Events in the Parish this week
Listed are some of the events in the parish this week
Mass intentions in our parish for this week God of all consolation, help us to comfort one another in our grief, finding light in time of darkness, and faith in time of doubt. To book a Mass please contact Aine in the parish office – 01 494 7303 Saturday 7.00pm Rebecca...
Readers for Weekend 25th/26th March Saturday 7.00pm Gerry Moore, Geraldine Perkins Sunday 10.00am Eileen Goodwin, Brenda Warren, Anne Walsh Sunday 12.00pm Maeve Duffy, Frank Brown, Pauline Ryan Readers for Weekend 18th/19th March Saturday 7.00pm Hilary Kenny, John Whelan Sunday 10.00am Anne Keane, Pauline Ryan, Joan McCarthy Sunday 12.00pm...
Meals on Wheels – Volunteers needed
VOLUNTEER – Drivers needed for the hours of 12.00 – 1.00pm Kitchen Voulnteers needed for the hours of 9.00am – 12.00pm Ballyroan Community and Youth Centre require Volunteer Drivers and Kitchen Volunteers for our meals on wheels which operates every week,Tuesday through to Friday. This service operates throughout the year excluding the 2 week Christmas holiday period....
Free online course
“Making Good Decisions” Irish Jesuit Communications have just launched a free online course, called “Making Good Decisions”, based on the process of discernment, the Ignatian way of reflecting on daily decisions. The eight-step video guide is delivered to your email inbox over 30 days. Access this, and many other rich online spiritual resources, via www.NewPilgrimPath.ie
Housebound Home Delivery Service
Ballyroan Library offer a housebound home delivery service with books delivered to your door. This is a free and confidential service for ill or incapacitated members of the community. For further information please contact Ballyroan Library – Phone: 01-4941900 Email: email@example.com
B.E. Support Group
B.E. is a support group for those coping with the pain of loss of their life partner, through Death, Separation or Divorce. Few people are able to cope alone with the pain of loss. Do you find that you need more support than family and friends can provide? Seeking help is a sign of strength...