We offer our sympathies to the families of Mary Treacy, Newtown Rise and David Hayes UK & Tramore, who died recently.
We remember the months mind for Alice (Ally) Naughton Nee Power, Late of Islandtarsney, Fenor, Lynn Brennan, Crobally Heights & Eddie McGrath, Kennedy Park, and we pray for Noel Kiely (1st Anniversary), Sean Cuffe, Tony Walsh, John & Joan Farrell, Nora Curran, Bobby Taylor, Michael Howard, Annie Brophy (Roncalli), Michael Power (1st Anniversary), Thomas & Biddy Power, Jenny Farrell, Hugh & Máire O’Brien Moran whose anniversaries occur about this time.
May they rest in peace.
Trinity Sunday is observed on June 07, 2020. Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost in the Western Christian liturgical calendar, and the Sunday of Pentecost in Eastern Christianity.
Trinity Sunday celebrates the Christian dogma of the Trinity, the three Persons of God: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
St. Catherine of Siena’s famous prayer from her Dialogue on Divine Providence:
“Eternal God, eternal Trinity, you have made the blood of Christ so precious through his sharing in your divine nature. You are a mystery as deep as the sea; the more I search, the more I find, and the more I find the more I search for you. But I can never be satisfied; what I receive will ever leave me desiring more. When you fill my soul I have an ever-greater hunger, and I grow more famished for your light. I desire above all to see you, the true light, as you really are.”
Love can never outgrow its fascination with the puzzling aspects of the one loved. This is our approach to the Trinitarian mystery. We must love God more. On this feast, let us pray that we be caught up in the unifying and reconciling work of the Holy Spirit of God. The increasing glory of God is this progressive revelation of the Trinity.
Feast of the Sacred Heart June 19th
The Novena to the Sacred Heart
The Novena to the Sacred Heart will commence in the church on Thursday 11th June at the 10 am Mass and will continue until the feast day 19th June
The ALL IRELAND ROSARY RALLY CONFERENCE
The All Ireland Rosary Rally Conference will be exclusively live on Radio Maria Ireland from 5.30pm Irish Time on Saturday.
The Conference will feature internationally renowned speakers such as Fr Donald Calloway, and Dr Mary Healy.
Also featuring are Fr Patrick Cahill, Kathy Sinnott, Fr Marius O’Reilly, and Carmel Horan.
Please do spread the word. Let’s get Ireland back praying the Rosary!
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