300517 trinity oct 201
HOLY TRINITY PARISH NEWSLETTER
Edition No. 11
FROM THE PASTOR'S DESK
You might like to say the following prayer as you light yourcandle for your intention;
May this candle be a light for You to enlighten me in my
difficulties and decisions. May it be a fire for You to burn out of
me all pride, selfishness and impurity. May it be a flame for You
to bring warmth into my heart, towards my family, my
neighbours, and all those who meet me. Through the prayers of
Mary, virgin and mother, I place into Your care those I came to
remember especially .(name).
I cannot stay long here with You. In leaving this candle, I wish
to give You something of myself. Help me to continue my
prayer into everything I do this day.
Monday Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction
As we begin October we resume our Adoration
of the Blessed Sacrament each Monday from
after the 10.00am Mass till 7.00pm. There is a
rota of people signed up but there is always
room for more so take a look at the rota at the back of the church.
Welcome everyone to the October edition of Trinity News. I am
This year, in preparation for the International Eucharistic Congress
writing this piece for the newsletter the day after Dublin's
which takes place in Dublin next June, we are concluding the
fantastic win over Kerry in the All Ireland Football Final. If
period of Adoration each Monday with Benediction of the
anything, the euphoria of the win is only beginning. As I said at
Blessed Sacrament beginning at 7.00pm. Do take a few minutes
morning Mass this morning, it was great to wake up and realise
from your day, ideally 30 minutes, to spend some time in the
it wasn't a dream that Dublin won. The spirits of the people in
presence of the Lord. It is wonderful to see so many people
the City and county have been lifted by this win. We thank Pat
making their way to or from the shopping centre, stopping into
Gilroy and the Dublin squad for giving us these happy memories.
the church for some time of quite prayer.
The new votive candles
Feast of All Saints November 1st
The new votive candles at the shrines to the
I know it is a bit ahead of schedule but our next Trinity News
Sacred Heart and Our Lady are proving very
will at the beginning of November so it will be too late to
popular indeed. Many people have said that
mention it then. The Feast of All Saints is a Holy Day of
they prefer to light a real candle when praying
Obligation and falls on the Tuesday 1st of November. The Mass
for someone or for an intention. These candles
times for the Feast day will be as follows:
are a new design by an Irish company, St Killian
Monday 31st Oct: Vigil Mass 7.30pm
Church Candles (as seen on Nationwide) and
Tuesday 1st Nov: Mass at 10.00am and 12.30pm only.
are self-cleaning. As each candle burns down, itfalls through the bottom to a reservoir of
The annual Mass for those who died
water which extinguishes the candle wick and leaves the candle
The annual Mass for those who have died during
wax floating on the water so that it can be recycled. Of course,
the past year will be celebrated on Friday 4th
this only works if the candles are placed individually in the
November beginning at 7.30pm. The next of kin of
holders. Once or twice I have found that someone has placed a
those who died will be receiving their invitation to
second candle on top of a candle already in place. All this does
the Mass during the month of October.
is extinguish the first candle and block the wax from reaching
Have a great month,
the reservoir below. So please, only one candle per holder andthe system will work perfectly.
Seán Mehlhorn R.I.P. Maura Mehlhorn and family would like to thank; the Parish Team - Fr. Eoin, Fr. Gary, Sr. Margaret & St. Mary,
the members of the Funeral Ministry Team and all the people in the local community for their kind thoughts on the sad passing
of Seán Mehlhorn in April of this year. Mass will be offered for all your intentions.
TRINITY YOUTH SERVICE
Trinity Youth Service has reopened after the summer holidays. Some of our clubs have vacancies
for young people aged between 10 and 18. For further information on the clubs please contact
either Paul on 0868221235 or Liz on 0864008363. Alternatively you can contact us on the Office
DOMINICAN NUNS - MONASTIC
The Friends of St Doulagh's
Invite you to A Harvest Home. An Evening of Music &
Song To Celebrate Harvest. In St Doulagh's Church,
Malahide Road, Balgriffin. On Wednesday 12th
October 2011, At 7.30pm for 8.00pm. Admission *€10*
(Including refreshments) Proceeds for the upkeep of
this Ancient church. Limited numbers of tickets
available. Payable in advance, first come, first served.
Phone 087-6711547 without delay to book your ticket or
email to Stdoulaghs@yahoo.ie
Vocation Discernment Weekends
14th – 16th October 2011
11th – 13th November 2011
(Friday evening to Sunday after lunch)
Meet 2nd,3rd & 4th Monday of the month in DonaghmedeHouse from 8.00 – 10.00pm.
and at other times by arrangement
Young women, interested in learning about our
contemplative way of life, are invited to a
LADIES NIGHT OUT
weekend of prayer and reflection - with sung
Pieta House Ladies Night out is on again this year in
liturgy, Eucharistic Adoration, conferences and
the Lucan Spa Hotel. Date: Friday 21st October, 2011.
opportunity to meet with sisters.
Time: 7.30pm start. 3 course evening meal with lots of
Spot Prizes! Polish up the dancing shoes Ladies and get
Contact: Sr Mairéad OP, Monastery of St
ready to dance to the fabulous Wise Guys.
Catherine of Siena, The Twenties, Drogheda,
Tickets €50.00 each - available from Pieta House
Co. Louth. Tel: 041 9838524; e-mail
Ph; 601 0000. www.pieta.ie
"Our Place, Real and
Imaginary" with artist
Elizabeth Archbold. Over 6 weeks children will develop the
world of Our Place using their imaginations to create a
Wintertime is fast approaching
fantasy place of colour, sparkle and spectacle. ART
CLASSES for 7-10 year olds. Saturdays 10.30am - 12pm
Don't forget to put your clock back by 1 hour on
(8th October – 19th November) in Donaghmede Library.
Saturday 29th October or strictly speaking at
Places limited so booking essential. Ph: 848 2833 or email
2a.m. on Sunday 30th October.
POSTURE DURING THE MASSAs we, as a Parish Community journey towards the new English edition of the Roman Missal, which is to be introduced inAdvent 2011 and the International Eucharistic Congress in 2012, I think it appropriate that we examine the importance ofposture in Mass. The appropriate times during which we stand, sit or kneel during Mass were set 41 years ago in the 1970General Instruction on the Roman Missal. But across Ireland, and even from parish to parish in Dublin, we tend to fall backinto postures as used before 1970 and what we saw other people do as we were growing up.
We show our unity as an assembled people not only by our sung and said responses during Mass, but also externally. Weworship the Lord with our whole being; with our hands, feet and bodies as well as with our eyes, ears and mouth. Because oftheir unspoken power, gestures and posture in the liturgy deserve as much care as the words we use.
God calls us together as members of Christ's body, as members of an organic whole and not as disparate individuals.
Therefore, a Christian assembly that believes ‘with one heart and soul' (Acts 4:32) adopts common postures as signs of itsunity in worship. These postures both express and foster the spiritual attitude of those taking part.
There are many actions and gestures that we do together during Mass: we make the Sign of the Cross, we stand to pray, sit tolisten, bow to show reverence, we move forward to present gifts and to receive, we exchange the sign of peace.
When Mass begins we stand. We stand up to greet people, to honour someone important, to express our readiness for action,and (especially at sporting events) when gripped by excitement! For example, we stand when the national anthem is played.
In terms of the Eucharist we stand before God as a Resurrection People, lifted up to greet our Risen Lord, called to stand in
God's presence and serve through the celebration of the Eucharist – a Priestly People fully engaged in the liturgical action. In
this way, standing reflects the assembly at work actively given to participation.
There are appropriate times during the Liturgy when standing reflects this reality. So when does the General Instruction onthe Roman Missal recommend we stand during Mass?
To begin with we stand for the entire ‘Introductory Rite' - that is from the beginning until we respond ‘Amen' to the
Opening Prayer or Collect. (We can sit together if the Gloria is sung and then we stand again)
Then we sit to listen to God's word.
The next time we stand is at the Gospel acclamation to greet the Lord's words in the Gospel. After it is proclaimed we sit.
We stand together for the Profession of Faith and the Prayer of the Faithful. Then we sit as the gifts of bread and wine are
We stand at the Prayer over the Gifts and for the preface of the Eucharistic Prayer (the reason why we are giving thanks and
praise) until the end of the ‘Sanctus' – the Holy, Holy. Then we KNEEL for the remainder of the Eucharistic Prayer.
We stand to pray the ‘Our Father' together, and right through until after the Lamb of God. Then we KNEEL as we are shown
the Body and Blood of the Lord and respond: ‘Lord I am not worthy…'
After receiving Holy Communion, we may sit or kneel in silent thanksgiving.
Finally we stand for the ‘Prayer after Communion', the Final Blessing and Hymn.
Another important element during Mass is sacred Silence. Silence allows us to truly listen to the Lord, to hear what's going onin our hearts and minds and to gather on a deeper level. This should especially happen after the priest says ‘Let us Pray'before the Opening Prayer/Collect and before the ‘Prayer after Communion'. This silence only takes a few seconds but cangreatly help our prayer. Just as in any piece of music, we need silence in which to hear the separate notes.
I hope this newsletter highlights and helps you to appreciate the importance of Posture and silence. We will put it intopractice at all Masses.
Fr Damian McNeice PC and Master of Ceremonies to the Archbishop
46th Dublin Venture Unit – NEW MEMBERS
The 46th Dublin (Trinity) Venture Unit meet on a Thursday evening in the Scout Centre in Donaghmede from 8 – 9.30pm.
We are currently recruiting new members between the ages of 15-18. If you were previously a scout or would like to
discover the new challenges and experiences that scouting has to offer please contact Pat Paisley on 086/664 3240 for
Diocesan Summer Appointments 2011
FROM Parish / Chaplaincy
TO Parish / Chaplaincy
BEHAN, Larry CC, Booterstown
BRAY HR / BRAY QP / BALLYWALTRIM as Moderator
BELTON, Liam PP VF, Kilquade
GREYSTONES and KILQUADE as PP
BRACKEN, John CC, Foxrock
KILMACUD AND MT. MERRION as CC
CAHILL, Eamonn, From Sabbatical
FINGLAS WEST as Administrator
CLAFFEY, Patrick SVD PC,
Haddington Road HADDINGTON ROAD as CC
COLCLOUGH, Robert CC, Sandyford
BRAY HR / BRAY QP / BALLYWALTRIM as Co-PP
COLLINS, Michael CC, Blackrock
HADDINGTON ROAD as CC
CONNOLLY, Joe PP, Finglas West
DONABATE as PP (effective 1 Dec 2011)
CONWAY, Edward PP, Blackrock
BLACKROCK as PC (Retired as PP)
COYLE, Paul CC, Maynooth
DARGAN, Neil, From Killaloe Diocese
CABRA/C. WEST/PHIBSBORO as Co-PP
DEASY, John Co-PP, Crumlin Team
CRUMLIN/CLOGHER RD/MOURNE RD as Team Assistant(Retired as Co-PP)
DEIGHAN, Gerard, Adm Pro Tem, Harrington Street
HARRINGTON STREET as Chaplain to Latin Mass and CC
DELANY, John PP, VF, Ballymun Road
BLACKROCK as Administrator
DOLAN, Martin CC, Francis Street
FRANCIS STREET as Administrator Pro Tem
DORAN, Joseph CC, Kilmacud
KILBRIDE AND BARNDARRIG as CC
DOYLE, Derek, From Sabbatical
SPRINGFIELD/BROOKFIELD/JOBSTOWN as Co-PP
DOYLE, Gerard CC, Springfield
SPRINGFIELD/BROOKFIELD/JOBSTOWN as Co-PP
ENNIS, John CC, Jobstown
DONNYCARNEY as CC
FERRIS, John CC, Swords
DUNDRUM/BALLINTEER/MEADOWBROOK as Co-PP
FERRY, Manus msc
KILLINARDEN as PP (effective 12/9/2011)
GAYNOR, Harry CC, Navan Road
GLEESON, Padraig, Chaplain - DIT, Bolton Street
HALPIN, David CC, Kilnamanagh-Castleview
HEALY, Peter CC, From Sabbatical
ARTANE PARISH as CC
HERRON, Frank PP, Springfield
FOXROCK PARISH as Administrator
HILLIARD, Alan From Mary Immaculate, Limerick
DIT, BOLTON STREET as Chaplain and BLANCHARDSTOWN, PC
HOGAN, Martin Team Assist, Clontarf Parishes
CLONTARF PARISHES as Co-PP
HUGHES, Martin PC, Brookfield
SPRINGFIELD/BROOKFIELD/JOBSTOWN as Team Assistant
KAVANAGH, Hugh PP, Brookfield
SPRINGFIELD/BROOKFIELD/JOBSTOWN as Co-PP
KENNY, Colm CC, Finglas
BALLYMUN ROAD as Administrator
KENNY, Paul PP,Greystones
HARRINGTON STREET as Administrator
KOMBANATHOTTATHIL, Binoy Mathew SVD
ARKLOW/CASTLETOWN as CC
(From Order for one year) LARKIN, Jimmy CLONSKEAGH
LLOYD, Enda PP EV, Bray HR
BRAY HR / BRAY QP / BALLYWALTRIM as Co-PP
LYNCH, Owen, From Sabbatical
McCARTHY, Thomas Co-PP, Clontarf Parishes
CLONTARF PARISHES as Team Assistant
McGLYNN, Fergus Team Assistant, Ballyfermot
SANDYFORD as Co-PP, Effective date pending
McILRAITH, Cormac Moderator, Clontarf Parishes
BOOTERSTOWN as CC Effective 1/12/2011
McKINLEY, Pat CC, Donnycarney
SPRINGFIELD/BROOKFIELD/JOBSTOWN as Moderator
McKITTRICK, Brian CC, Ballymun
McMANUS, Patrick Co-PP, Clontarf Parishes
CLONTARF PARISHES as Moderator
McNAMARA, John PP, Brackenstown
LEIXLIP as Administrator
MOORE, Gerry CC, Balbriggan
SANDYFORD as Co-PP
MURPHY, Barry PP, Sandyford
BRACKENSTOWN as PP
O'BRIEN, John PP, Ballywaltrim
NAVAN ROAD as Administrator
O'BYRNE, Paddy PP, Donabate
KILMACUD AND MT. MERRION as CC
O'KELLY, Michael Moderator, Ballyfermot
KILQUADE as CC, Effective date pending
O'SULLIVAN, Andrew CC, Mount Merrion
SANDYFORD as Moderator
O'DONNELL, Hugh OFM, PC, Ballywaltrim
BRAY HR / BRAY QP / BALLYWALTRIM as Team Assistant
POWER, Tony CC, Ballygall
EDENMORE-GRANGE PARK as CC
REILLY, Patrick O.Praem, CC, Donabate
DONABATE Adm until 1 Dec 2011
ROTHERY, Colin CC, Bray Holy Redeemer
KILNAMANAGH/CASTLEVIEW as CC
SHEERAN, James CC, Artane
SHIELS, Michael Adm, Francis Street
SWEENEY, Paddy PC, Ballyfermot
BALLYMUN ROAD as PC
TYRRELL, Paul CC, Haddington Road
CRUMLIN/CLOGHER RD/MOURNE RD as Co-PP
WHELAN, Joseph Co-PP, Dundrum/Ballinteer/Meadowbrook
BRAY HR / BRAY QP / BALLYWALTRIM as Co-PP
WHITE, Larry PP, Bray
CLONTARF PARISHES as Co-PP
RETIRED:- CASSIDY, Seamus P.P. (Retired), HOLAHAN, Ciaran P.P. (Retired), MARTIN, Val P.P. (Retired), MORAN, John P.C. (Retired),O'DRISCOLL, Philip C.C. (Retired) ,RETIRED AS PARISH PRIEST : - CONWAY, Edward P.P. (Retired to Parish Chaplain), DEASY, John Co-PP (Retired to Team Assistant) SABBATICAL:- HURLEY, Michael, NEYLON, Finbarr Team Assist.
Fire Safety at Halloween
Each year, Accident and Emergency departments are filled with children who receive horrific and painful
injuries as a result of the misuse of fireworks and bonfires. Find out about Dublin City Council Halloween
Tips for a Safe Halloween:
Download our Bonfire Safety Leaflet
✹ If you see material such as pallets, tyres and old furniture being hoarded in advance of Halloween
please contact the phone line 1800251500 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
✹ Do not leave material lying around that may be taken for a bonfire; many garage or garden shed
items such as petrol, white spirits, diesel, aerosols, batteries, tins of paint, bottles and tyres areextremely dangerous if set on fire
✹ Do not facilitate illegal bonfires or firework displays on or near your home or property
✹ Contact the Local Authority if you see a bonfire being built or lit close to buildings, trees, overhead cables, underground
services or car parking areas
✹ Explain the dangers of illegal fireworks and bonfires to children and teenagers
✹ Stay a safe distance from bonfires and fireworks – wind can carry sparks long distances and can cause permanent injuries
✹ Stay with your children and escort them on "trick or treat" visits, parties and events
✹ Keep dangerous substances such as oil, petrol and diesel away from fires or fireworks
✹ Parents, businesses and householders – Do not provide any materials for bonfires
✹ Do not buy, use or supply fireworks
✹ Respect the work of the Emergency Services, Council Staff and the Garda
✹ Keep pets indoors on Halloween night
✹ Above All – Be Safe and Stay Safe
For more information: Dublin Fire Brigade Headquarters, 165-169 Townsend Street, Dublin 2. Tel: (01) 673 4000Fax: (01) 673 4085 or Email: email@example.com
PRIDE OF PLACE ALL IRELAND COMPETITION
August 17th, 2011 was an historic day for Donaghmede Estate residence. After months of planning and preparation the judges ofthe All Ireland Price of Place competition arrived on that beautiful morning to assess the Donaghmede Estate entry, chosen byDublin City Council in April 2011. All aspects of a communities activities are taken into account in the judging and the Estatelooked immaculate for the occasion, thanks to all the work of our dedicated DERA Team, residence, volunteers, DonaghmedeShopping Centre and business community, who toiled so hard to achieve the best results in the days and weeks beforehand. Notforgetting the advice and participation of the staff of various sections of Dublin City Council. Competition results are expected inNovember. Just some of the photos taken during the judging are shown here.
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Grange Community College – not just for teenagers!
Parish Mission Statement
This year Grange Community College is running two
We, as members of Holy Trinity Parish,
initiatives with their Transition Year Students (TYS) that
strive to be a community,
you may be interested in:
United in our Catholic Faith,and strengthened
(1) The Log on and Learn initiative is where TYS will teach
by prayer, worship and service.
adults aged 55+ computers on a weekly basis. The adults
We accept our call to live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
progress at their own pace, starting with the basics and
Working to serve all with justice, peace and love,
with the help of their TYS they then move on to learn how
In the name of one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
to send an email, browse the internet etc. This is great wayof learning a new skill in a fun environment and a greatopportunity for you to connect with a younger generation.
(2) Grange Community College are also doing a bit of work
with Friends of the Elderly this year too and some of our
V. Rev. Eoin McCrystal, P.P.
Rev. Gary Darby O.S. Cam., C.C.
TYS hope to reach out to elderly people who live alone in
12 Grangemore Grove
41, Grangemore Grove
the parish. They also plan to do some research and do a
short biography of local people who live in the
Donaghmede-Clongriffin-Balgriffin parish. Would you beinterested in coming in to talk to us and work with a small
Sr. Margaret Davis, F.M.M.
group of TYS? Or do you live alone and would you like
Sr. Mary Dunne, F.M.M.
Mon to Fri 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
some help from our Transition Year Students? If you are
36 Grange Abbey Drive
Secretary Clare Browne
interested in any of the above please contact the school
Secretary Tamine Byrne
chaplain Catherine Clarke on 847 1422 Extension 111. We
look forward to hearing from you.
Parish Child Protection
Martin O'Reilly & Declan Murphy,
Tracey Ginty & Donald Cullen, Jessica
O'Toole & Joseph Moran, Nicola Ryan &
Luke Warren, Joanne McCarthy & Gareth Lee,
Diane Lehany & Michael Broderick.
6.30 p.m. (Vigil Mass) (Choir)
Home visit with members of the
Baptism Preparation Team. 2 months
notice required for Baptism Bookings.
during the months of
9.30 a.m.11.00 a.m. (Music Group)12.30 p.m. (Family Mass)
Celebration of Baptism
August & September:
1st and 3rd Saturday of each month
Jack Kenneth Newman Lennox & Alfie Ray Newman
Lennox, Nathaniel Desmond Ziolkowski, Madison
All Baptisms are booked by phoning
Megan O'Brien, Dara Cian Ó Branagáin & Ronan Cillian
By arrangement with Local Clergy
or calling to the Parish Office
Ó Branagáin , Henry Anthony O'Dowd, Millie Rae Ryan,
Lara Connor, Kayleigh Philomena Yeates Gallagher,
Cian Joseph Cunningham, Dylan David Whelehan &
Saturday after the 10.00 a.m.
Minimum 24hr notice required.
Ava Maria Ward.
and 6.30 p.m. Masses
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament takes place
1st Eucharistic Dates:
each Monday after the 10am morning mass
until 7pm and will conclude with Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament.
St. Kevin's School
We offer our sympathy to the families
St Francis of Assisi
of those recently deceased in our parish
We are awaiting instruction from Archbishop's House regarding a
Tony Loakman: Ardara Avenue.
Celebrant for the Sacrament of Confirmation. We will be informingparents of this date as soon as we receive it.
Closing date for articles & photos for
November issue is 15th October.
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