Do This In Memory – Final Mass of the Year

The Do This In Memory Programme concludes this Sunday, Corpus Christi Sunday, (10.30 Mass Family Mass). Children who received their First Holy Communion this year, and their families, are especially invited to celebrate this Mass with us.
Reminder. All parents/guardians please note that children must be accompanied by an adult when using the toilet facilities in the Church.

Exams

Our special candle is lit at each Mass in Ballygall for all young people sitting their State Exams over the coming weeks. Names of students may also be placed in the petition basket on the table to be prayed for.

Just two weeks to register for Week of Guided prayer

Glasnevin Grouping of Parishes are organising a week of Guided Prayer, commencing, here in Ballygall, on June 11th. This is a retreat with a difference, sometimes called ‘Retreat in Daily Life’ or a ‘Busy Person’s Retreat’. There will be individual and group sessions and Prayer Guides will be available. The prayer guides are lay men and women, religious sisters, brothers and priests who are trained and qualified in spiritual guidance and experienced at helping people in their prayer life.
Next weekend a speaker from the office of Evangelisation will be at Masses in Ballygall to speak with us and to answer questions. Places will be limited so immediate registration is essential.

Baptised recently in Ballygall

Congratulations to the families of: Millie Caoimhe Cowan-Walsh; Ruby Emma Dunne; Daniel James Kenealy; Darcey Poppy Nolan and Evie Alice O’Regan who were baptised last Sunday.

May they bring many blessings to the lives of all in Ballygall and the surrounding parishes.

Fatima Apostolate

Next Saturday 3rd June is the First Saturday of the month. Rosary and Fatima prayers will be recited after 10 a.m. Mass.

A Fatima Vigil will be held in Sallynoggin church on Friday 2nd June at 7.30 p.m. and concluding with Mass at 9.30 p.m. 

First Friday – June 2nd

A day when we pray for our beloved dead. They will be remembered at 7.25 & 10 a.m. Masses on Friday, 2nd June.

This is a day when traditionally the priests visit the house bound and bring Holy Communion to those unable to get to Sunday Mass. If you know anyone who would like Holy Communion brought to them, please leave their names and address in to the sacristy during the week.

Margaret Aylward

“Retracing the steps of Margaret Aylward in Dublin” with Dr Jacinta Prunty chf, Saturday 27th May.
A walk starting from Gardiner St church at 10.30 and finishing at 2pm at the Holy Faith Sisters in the Coombe.
(Optional extra walk in the afternoon continues from the Coombe to Glasnevin to visit the grave of Margaret Aylward and enjoy the hospitality of the Margaret Aylward Centre for Faith and Dialogue.)
To book: ring the centre at 01 7979364 or for more details log on to www.margaretaylwardcentre.ie