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Christmas is not always a happy time for people and often burdens we carry can
feel worse at a time when there is so much stress and expectation of happiness.
This simple and welcoming service offers and opportunity to come together and
place our worries and concerns in the empty manager and invite Jesus to come into
our lives with His healing presence. Petitions for prayers may be written and left in
our petition box placed on the Sanctuary. All these intentions will be prayed for
during our healing service. It is our hope that all will leave feeling blessed, supported and
stronger for the Christmas Season
If you would like to greet your family members who are living overseas, during our Christmas Masses and WebCam Broadcast, please leave their Names/Town/Country in the Parish Office. 018369291.
They will be welcomed through our internet broadcasts on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day before our Masses begin.
Please leave details no later than Saturday Dec. 16th to guarantee inclusion.
During two weeks of November (Tue 14 – Fri 24), there will be a number of reduction in weekday Masses. In Glasnevin church there will be no mass on the Thursdays and in Ballymun Rd. no mass on the Fridays. Here in Ballygall there will be no 10 a.m. Mass on Monday 20th. Our Mass that day will be in OLV.
(Meeting of the priests & chairpersons and reps of the PPC’s will go ahead on Tues. 14th despite a number of the clergy being away.)
The priests and Pastoral Council of Glasnevin parish wish to invite you to a Special Mass and Blessing of the Sick at our Lady of Dolours Church on Sunday 10th September at 3.00pm. All parishioners and visitors are welcome. Refreshments will be served in the church immediately after the Mass.
Meeting for members Wednesday 6th September 2.00pm to 4.00pm Guest Speakers will attend. New members welcome.
Keep fit class for members Thursday 7th September Time 3.15pm to 4.15pm
Fr. Maloney Centre, Drapier Road, Dublin 11.
On Saturday August 12th, the Congregation of Ballygall and Glasnevin Grouping got together to bid Au Revoir to our dear Friend and Colleague Sr. Irene, as she heads to her new Role in Bonnybrook Parish. At 6.30 Mass, Fathers Joe and Harry were joined by Fr. Richard and Fr. Damien as they concelebrated a special Mass to honour Sr. Irene’s long and fruitful ministry in Ballygall.
Breda O Doherty, Chairperson of Ballygall PPC, paid tribute to Sr. Irene’s great contribution and dedication to Ballygall Parish.
Gifts were presented by Breda, Kay, Sadie and Fr. Richard. The children of the parish were represented by Morgan, James and Lee McCluskey who presented a specially commissioned card, made by Patrick from the Website team. A celebration cake was cut and everyone got together for a cuppa and a chat with our guest of honour.
We wish Sr. Irene good luck and good health in her new role. We will miss you.