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Mass Intentions weekend 18/19 September 2021

Saturday:

Patrick Murray, Bonn & Julia Murray - Anniversary.
Ollie & Imelda Farrell - 50th Wedding Anniversary.

Sunday 10.00am:

Ann McCabe - 1st Anniversary.
Albert Murray - Anniversary.

Sunday 11.30am:

Jack & Elizabeth McGrane - Anniversary.
Sean Faulkner - Anniversary.
Dorothy Murray - Anniversary.

Monday 8.45am:

Tuesday 10.00am:

Wednesday 8.45am:

Thursday 10.00am:

Jane Weir - Anniversary.

Friday 8.45am:

Mass Intentions commencing weekend  25/26 September 2021

Saturday 6.00pm:

Margaret Reynolds - Anniversary and Jean O'Brien  - 1st Anniversary.
Anniversary for Mary Ryan & her son John Ryan.

Sunday 10.00am:

Sunday 11.30am:

Jim Murray - Anniversary.
John Callan & Jim Stafford - Anniversary.

R.I.P.:  Please pray for John Carroll, Five Oaks  who died during the week.

Eucharistic Adoration
continues on Wednesdays from 9.15am until 10.15am.  
Why not come along and spend some time with the Lord.  
All are Welcome.
Please note Finish Time 10.15am

Confessions
on Request

 

Coming to Mass
Please remember to keep socially distanced and to wear a mask to protect the spread of the virus.  Also, please use the hand sanitizers on entering the church, and on leaving please remember to take your masks and bulletins home with you.

East Meath Hospice Association are delighted to let you know that Coffee Morning is back
on Thursday September 23rd 10 am to12noon
Our hosts in Reddans Bettystown, Limekiln Julianstown, and Whytes Stamullen  will ensure your comfort and safety.  
Looking forward to seeing you all again.
All funds raised locally are spent locally to provide services for people with a
diagnosis of cancer.  Please Support.

Easing of Restrictions

From Monday 6th September churches can operate to 50% of capacity for all ceremonies except in the case of marriages, the limit for which remains at 100 persons until 22 October.  
This is regardless of immunity status of attendees.

Coming to Mass,   Please remember to:-

  • Keep socially distanced and to wear a mask to protect the spread of the virus.  

  • Please use the hand sanitizers on entering the church.

  • Holy Communion must be received on the hand.

  • On leaving please take your masks and bulletins home with you.  


All signs that have been in place for the past 18 months, restricting access to every second pew will be removed, as you will be able to sit in any pew of your choosing.  The removal of barriers will allow parishioners to occupy each pew but we would suggest the at the capacity of each pew be reduced to half.
We are encouraged by the gradual lifting of the restrictions and welcome the prospect of returning to normal life in the Church.  We are still conscious of the danger from the virus which remains very real, knowing that the opening up of society is a complex and challenging task.  

Thanks to all our parishioners for their cooperation with arrangements.  Special thanks to our stewards and the parish staff for their work in keeping people and buildings safe.

Please remember that those who feel unwell or have Covid-like symptoms should not attend ceremonies.

Church Cleaning

Will take place on Friday 24th September from 9.30am-11am in preparation for First Communion.  All help will be very much appreciated.

Church Grounds Maintenance Team

Meet every Saturday morning at 9.30am - Socially distanced.  
More volunteers Welcome.  
If you can help in any way please come along on Saturday morning.  
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


 

FACE MASKS:  
People are asked to wear a face mask when visiting the Church.
Remember, also, to keep a 2 metre distance when leaving the Church and please do not congregate outside the doors of the Church.

Please ring 1800 677 777 (freephone) for assistance.
If you wish to make a financial contribution please ring 087-2542408.

Please do not let your dog loose in the Church grounds and more importantly PLEASE clean up after it.

THE COMMUNITY CALL
As part of the Government response to the COVID-19 crisis, Meath County Council has established a COVID-19 Community Call Forum which works with State agencies and community and voluntary groups to provide supports or services to any vulnerable person who needs them.  Contact:  1800808809, covidsupport@meathcoco.ie

St. Colmcilles GAA Club Assistance Facility
Volunteers from St. Colmcilles and the local area can help get your groceries, prescriptions and fuel during  this uncertain time.  
Contact Brian on 087-1141150 or Ciara 087-6560343.

COVID-19 Support Line for Older People
ALONE has launched a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am - 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.

 

Community Notices

East Meath Meals on Wheels  -  085-7570810
Hot Meals are delivered to your home  between 12.30pm and 1.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week throughout the year, excluding bank holidays in the areas of Laytown, Bettystown, Mornington, Donacarney and Colpe.  
The charge is €5 per person per meal.
If you would like to avail of this service or know of anyone who might benefit from this service, please contact us on the above number.

 
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