Advance notice of our planned pilgrimage to Knock in June 2018.
Provisionally booked for Sunday 24th June overnight. Staying in St. Mary’s newly refurbished centre.
Price to be confirmed (approx €100, full board and minibus donation) but this trip has been a very relaxed gathering in the peaceful surrounding of Knock Shrine. The basilica has been completely refurbished and as we go to print the Apparition chapel and parish church are being revamped. Making it a place of dignity and a centre of prayer.
Glasnevin Grouping of Parishes invites you to a series of conversations based on themes from Pope Francis’s “The Joy of Love” in preparation for the World Meeting of Families this August.
The conversations take place in THE MARGARET AYLWARD CENTRE, Glasnevin Hill on Wednesday 25th April, Wednesday 2nd & 9th May, from 7.30 – 9pm. Each week there is a different focus which means that people can dip in and out as they wish without being under pressure to attend all sessions.
This evening is planned as part of our celebrations of the World Meeting of Families 2018 that is due to take place in August this year. The evening will be led by Sr. Marie Dunne with past pupils from the Holy Faith schools and members of St John of God choir as well as some of our own pupils from Mother of Divine Grace school and Sacred Heart school.
This reflection is for Lent Year B. Actually was made in 2015. We may upload the 2018 version when available. The same message calls us to respond to the needs of all. To be merciful calls for a strong heart.
This initiative from the World Meeting of Families 2018 is inspired by The Joy of Love, a letter from Pope Francis to the world, where he emphasises the fundamental importance of time together and personal communication as foundations for a love that lasts.