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September 2017

20September
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TRIDUUM TO OUR LADY OF FATIMA

There will be a Novena to Our Lady of Fatima in St Dominic’s Church on October 11,12,13th of October at 7;30pm. . The preacher will be the famous Roasry priest. Fr Gabriel Harty OP , All are welcome and invited to attend

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October 2017

11October
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Triduum to Our Lady of Fatima

NOVENA-POSTER_NOVENA POSTER_ The Saintly Siblings of Fatima. Before the world began God chose three little mystics to teach us a special way of walking with God. They were Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta. The latter two, brother and sister are now canonised saints. From the photograph of these mountainy children, some have rashly concluded, from their garb, expression and stance that they were primitives, devoid of sensibility. Truth is, beneath that exterior crust they were the finest, noblest souls for they were taught by God. Nature was their open book where God showed himself. ‘The heavens proclaim the glory of God.’ These children looked to the heavens and saw the sun as Our Lord’s lantern, the pale moon as Our Lady’s lantern and the stars as that of the angels. They loved the beauty of the mountain which in springtime shines forth with wild flowers. Everything mirrored the hidden face of God. Their call in life was revealed by the Angel. ‘Pray this’ he said, ‘My God, I believe, I adore, I hope and I love thee, I beg pardon for those who do not believe, who do not adore, who do hope, who do not love thee.’ A little later, Our Lady, on the 13th May, 1917 asked them, ‘Are you willing to offer yourselves to God?’ And then the exhortation, ‘Pray the Rosary every day to obtain peace and an end to the war.’ They took to themselves prayer and suffering offered for others. They were mocked, bullied and imprisoned because they held to the truth of their experience. They invented heroic means of sacrifice; spent days without water, gave their lunch to the sheep or to poor children. The disbelief of their parents must have been their greatest sorrow. Heaven could not wait for the return of these…

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24October
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OCTOBER BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND

Reminder: Clocks go back this weekend 29th October. BANK HOLIDAY THIS MONDAY 30TH OCTOBER IS A BANK HOLIDAY PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED MASS WILL BE AT 11AM

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November 2017

30November
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CHRISTMAS IN ST DOMINIC’S 2017

BELOW IS OUR CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE DECEMBER 17TH AT 7:30PM EVERYONE IS WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND PENITENTIAL SERVICE DECEMBER 20TH AT 7:30PM SATURDAY 23RD DECEMBER – VIGIL MASS 6.30PM SUNDAY DECEMBER 24TH CHRISTMAS EVE ONE MORNING MASS 11AM CHRISTMAS EVE – “MIDNIGHT MASS” 8PM CHRISTMAS DAY – MASSES 9AM-10.30AM AND 11.45AM THE PARISH TEAM WISHES YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A VERY HAPPY AND BLESSED CHRISTMAS

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December 2017

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IMPORTANT CHANGES TO CHRISTMAS MASS SCHEDULE

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO CHRISTMAS MASS TIMES SATURDAY 23rd December Mass 11am Penitential service 12 noon Vigil for 4th Sunday of Advent at 6:30pm Sunday 24th December -Christmas Eve Mass for 4th Sunday of Advent ,one mass only at 11am Vigil mass for Christmas Day “midnight mass” only one this year at 8pm. Monday December 25th Christmas Day Masses 9am, 10:30am and 11:45 am No evening mass Tuesday 26th December St Stephens Day Mass at 11am Wednesday 27th- Friday 30th mass at 11am Saturday 30th December Mass at 11am Vigil for Sunday 31st at 6:30pm Sunday December 31st Masses 9am, 10:30am, 11:45am Monday January 1st 2018 public holiday Mass at 11am Tuesday 2nd January -Friday 5th January Mass at 10 am No vigil mass on January 5th Saturday January 6th Feast of the epiphany Masses at 11am and 6:30pm

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January 2018

03January
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Feast of the Epiphany

Saturday January 6th is the Feast of the Epiphany. There will be one mass at 11am. There will be no Vigil on Friday evening. The vigil on Saturday night will be the vigil for the Epiphany NOT for Sunday.

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28January
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Catholic schools week 2018

Catholic Schools: Families of Faith. Background to the CSW 2018 Programme Dublin, Ireland, has been chosen by Pope Francis to host the World Meeting of Families 2018. From 21-26 August 2018, families and others from all over the world will gather in Dublin to celebrate their lives together, to share their experiences from different parts of the world, to reflect on the different challenges they face and to grow together in faith. This event presents a special opportunity for school families to not only celebrate the fact that parents are the primary educators of their children, but also the vital role that Catholic schools play in assisting parents in their duty to raise their children. In partnership with World Meeting of Families 2018, the Catholic Schools Week Steering Committee has developed a one-year catechetical programme for Catholic primary and post-primary schools. The theme for this programme is Catholic Schools: Called to be a Family of Families. The programme invites Catholic schools to reflect on and to celebrate the relationship that exists between home, school and parish through participation in four sub themed catechetical moments. Catholic Schools Week 2018 will run in the same format as previous years but there is one important distinction. In 2018, Catholic Schools Week will be the high point of the primary and post-primary school Catechetical Programme. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2018 is Catholic Schools: Families of Faith. Lots of events will be happening in both our schools to celebrate Catholic Schools week. Including Classroom Visits Schools masses Grandparents day and much more Visits from Dominican Students to pupils

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February 2018

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November 2018

Bereavement Mass

November 2 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

On Friday November 2nd 2018 at 7.30pm the annual bereavement mass takes place. This is a time to remember all those we love who have died. Everyone is welcome to attend but er extend a special welcome to anyone who has lost a loved one in the past year.

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22November
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First Communion Preparation Mass

The Next First Communion Mass will take place this Saturday evening at 6.30pm. Please bring your childs candle

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