22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - 1st September 2013 Do take the newsletter home for further reference.
Reflection: Sometimes when we read the Sunday’s readings we need no further
explanation, they speak for themselves. Today’s first reading from the book of
Ecclesiasticus says:”My son, be gentle in carrying out your business and you will
be better loved than a lavish giver” Most of us do not have the means of being a
lavish giver but all of us have the gifts of courtesy, respect and gentleness as we
deal with each other on a daily basis. In the Gospel reading Jesus tells the lavish
giver:When you have a party invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, that
they cannot pay you back means that you are fortunate because repayment will be
made to you when the virtuous will rise again. This week on the radio a single act of
kindness was highlighted and it had a ripple effect of kind acts being carried out on
a continuous basis. In our daily lives all of us interact with each other so let’s
become more aware of the effect our actions have on other people.
We welcome into our christian community those recently baptised:
Sarah Catherine May; Ella Angela Cecilia; Madison Ava; Molly May; Tadhg Mark; Alexander Peter Desmond; Lucy Elizabeth Church of St. Laurence O’Toole - Family Mass
The Family Mass will commence on Sunday, 15th September. The first practice will take
place on Friday 13th immediately after school. We look forward to having the girls & boys
from St. Laurence O’Toole school joining us.
For further information contact the parish office - 832 4313
Children back to school? What about you? Irish language classes for adults: Would
you like to learn a cúpla focal in a friendly relaxed atmosphere? Or would you like to
use the Irish you already have? MORNING classes for adults (3 levels) are starting
during the week of September 16th in the Coolock, Artane and Kilbarrack areas
(Coláiste Dhúlaigh, KLEAR, and Scoil Neasáin).
For further information, please contact Honor @ 8530437 is an online prayer site run by the Irish Jesuits for you. 10 minutes aday on your PC or smartphone will help you find time for peace and reflection.
New opening hours for Baldoyle Library:
Mon + Wed:
10.0am -1.0pm & 2.0pm - 5.0pm.
Tues + Thurs: 1.30pm - 8.0pm.
Fri + Sat:
10.0am -1.0pm & 1.45pm - 5.0pm.
To our Lotto Extra Draw €1000 Winner
Anne Lynch
A Special Thanks to ALL who supported our Weekly Lotto. We need your support to carry out necessary works to
Both Churches. Did you notice the major Paint Work, Tarmac Paving and New Lighting at St. Laurence O’Toole
This was paid for by your contributions to our Church Lotto Fund.
Well Done and Thank You for your Big Financial Support and to our Volunteers who run the Lotto each week.
The Finance Committee.
Following our sell out summer shows, we're back with a bang! Based in the Baldoyle Community hall and the Baldoyle Youth Club. Werun classes every Thursday 3-6.30pm and every Saturday 11.30-4.30pm. We offer Hip-Hop, Street-Jazz, Tap and singing workshops,and cater for ages 4-17. Classes are taught by professional dancer/choreographers Amy Allen and Gary Crowe as well as guestinstructors. Classes are fun, challenging, energetic and non competitive. Sign up now and be part of our great team!:FOR MORE INFO CALL AMY ON 086-8969407 WWW.MINDKRASHDANCECOMPANY.COM or WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/MINDKRASHDANCECOMPANY Creative Writers Workshop - Malahide Parish Centre
‘’Write-it’’ is a creative writing workshop and an affiliated member of Amherst Writers and Artists.
For further details contact telephone 087 9834407 or email [email protected] PLEASE REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR PRAYERS
Members of our community who died during the week :
Marie Martin, Br. Aidan (Eddie) Quinlan
Recently Deceased: Oliver Ryan, Eamonn Corcoran, Sheila O’Reilly, Sean Sloan, Deirdre Mitchell, Garry Foran, Julie Kelly,
Lar Fagan, Michael Flaherty, Bridget McMorrow
Paul Keyes, Tom Ryan (3rd), Annie & James Callaghan, Tommy Henry, Patrick Sheehan (5th), Patrick Corry, Aoife Hendrick (1st Anniversary - Age 5), Pat Kane, Aisling Aherne (4th),Phyllis & Jack Sheridan & Baby Jack,Michael, Margaret & Patrick Herbert, Michael & Bridget O’Looney, Rosaleen O’Brien (2nd) Mass Intentions for the coming week
8.30 Annie & James Callaghan (Anniversary), Tommy Henry (Anniversary)9.30 Parish Intentions 10.30 Michael, Margaret & Patrick Herbert (Anniversaries)11.30 Tom Ryan (3rd Anniversary), Phyllis & Jack Sheridan & Baby Jack NUMBERS DRAWN 25th Aug:
Pat Kane (Anniversary), Aisling Aherne (4th Anniversary) 12.30 Paul Keyes (Anniversary), Michael & Bridget O’Looney (Anniversaries) NO WINNER
3 x €20 : Mary Coghlan,
10.00 Sheila O’Reilly (Recently Deceased) TO PLAY LOTTO: €2.00
10.00 Rosaleen O’Brien (2nd Anniversary) €2,150
10.00 Bridget McMorrow (Recently Deceased) ** Special Draw €1000 **
Winner - Anne Lynch
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