12th June 2016

11th Sunday of the Year

Parish Team

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Clergy Fr. Enda Cunningham PP St Mary’s Parochial House Saggart. Tel: 4589209 Mob: 087-1380695 Fr. Aidan Kieran CC 1 The Glebe Peamount Road Newcastle. Tel: 4589230 Mob: 087-6397744 Fr. Aloysius Zuribo C.C. 2 Carrigmore Place Saggart, Co. Dublin Tel. 01-4589209 Fr. Michael Shortall PC 87 Beechwood Lawns Rathcoole Tel: 4587187 Mob: 087 -2861765 Fr. Michael McGowan PC 7 St. Patrick’s Crescent, Rathcoole Tel: 4589210

Newcastle Cemetery Mass Sunday

12th

June, 2.00pm, Newcastle Cemetery

The Newcastle Cemetery Mass will be celebrated in Newcastle Cemetery, Ballynakelly at 2.00pm on Sunday 12th June. Please co-operate with the stewards Please contribute to the collection. (The collection will be fully accounted for, and will be used to facilitate the annual Cemetery Mass in the future.) Out of respect for the deceased, and for the benefit of the families around you, please enter into the spirit of prayer during the Mass. Legion of Mary Discussion Group Meeting Rathcoole Church Mon 13th June 7.30pm Legion of Mary Discussion Group (The Patricians) will meet in the Meeting Room, Holy Family Church, Rathcoole, Monday 13th June at 7.30pm. Subject for Discussion: "How Lives of the Saints Shaped my Faith" All are welcome Newman College Ireland (www.newmancollege.ie)

Newman College Ireland is a four year educational experience designed to give students an unmatched foundation in the Ms. Breda Carroll liberal arts; one that will give due precedence to the Catholic c/o 01-4589209 faith and introduce students to the life of the mind. Through the study of theology, philosophy and the classics of Western civilisation a student will be superbly prepared for the vocation Parish Secretary or career he or she might choose. Most importantly they will Martina Hopkins learn the Catholic faith from faculty who believe it and practice The Parish Office St. Mary’s Parochial House it! Opening Hours: 9.30-1.30 By September 2016, Newman College Ireland hopes to be Monday to Thursday located at a permanent campus in Ireland. Parish Pastoral Worker

Tel: 4589209

Young people who wish to apply for a place in Newman College Ireland in September 2016, please visit the website. [email protected] Financial aid may be available. Pray the Memorare for Newman College Items for Newsletter Items for Junction 4 should be sent to the Parish Office or emailed to the addresses given below. Many thanks.

Newman College Ireland are asking people to pray the Memorare on a daily basis for the success of the college. Please visit the website to pledge your ‘Memorare’s)

The Encounter Dublin City Join other young adults on Friday, June 17th at 8.00pm in St Paul’s Church, Arran Quay. Join (20’s & 30’s) for a free night [email protected] of live acoustic music, reflective prayer in adoration and guest or speaker on life, faith & purpose. Followed by social, pizza & [email protected] refreshments. www.facebook.com/theencounterdublincity

Mass Schedule Saggart: Sunday: 9 am & 11.30 am Weekday: 9.30 am Rathcoole: Saturday Vigil: 6.30 p.m. Sunday: 10 am & 12.00 pm Weekday: 9.30 am Saturday: 10.00 am Brittas: Sunday: 10.30 am Newcastle: Saturday Vigil: 7.00 p.m. Sunday: 10.30 am Weekday: 10.00am Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri. Confession Saggart: Friday after 9.30am Mass Rathcoole: Saturday after 10.00am Mass Newcastle: Saturday after 7.00pm Mass Baptism Saggart 2.00pm Sunday Rathcoole 4.00 pm Saturday Newcastle 2nd Saturday 4pm Last Sunday 2pm Please contact the Parish Office Marriage Please contact the Parish Office

Homily Extract of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin Ordination of Permanent Deacons One of the significant achievements of the Vatican Council’s reflection on the Church was the restoration in the Latin Church of the ministry of deacons. Vatican II reminded us of what the office of deacon is. The deaconate is a specific calling to a ministry of service conferred by the imposition of hands. Lumen Gentium says: “Strengthened by sacramental grace, in communion with the bishop and his group of priests, [deacons] are called to serve in the Diakonia of the liturgy, of the word, and of charity to the people of God”. The deaconate is therefore a permanent ministry with its own characteristics. When we say that the mission of the deacon is a ministry of service, we are affirming that the deacon in the Church is in a special way a sign and a witness to the Christ who came “not to be served but to serve”. All service in the Church must be marked by humility. Jesus showed us his true identity and that of the Father through humbling himself and emptying him and he “did not consider his equality with God a thing to be exploited”. We can only witness to the power and the truth of Christ when our witness is truly marked with the mercy and compassion of Christ. Jesus himself, then, is the true model for those who would aspire to the deaconate. The reward of the deacon’s office is not any personal glory or social recognition, but rather the grace that comes from living a life of service to the glory of God. You, dear friends, who today are called to the ministry of deacons, have to learn to disentangle your life from everything which hinders the radical newness of the Gospel from breaking through into the realities of our time. The Gospel reading reminded us that when we set our on missionary journey we set out only with the most meagre self-comforts. If you disentangle yourself in this way you will allow Jesus to appear and appeal to the life of each person you encounter. Newcastle Parish Pioneer Pilgrimage to Knock Sunday 17th July. Adults €20 Children/Students €10 Contacts:

Rita Doolan 01-4589481, Maureen Kenny 01-4589977 Cemetery Masses

St. Finian’s Church Cemetery Newcastle Church, Sunday 19th June, 10.30am Saggart Cemetery Saggart Church, Sunday 26th June, 11.30am Colmanstown Cemetery Newcastle Church, Tuesday 28th June, 7.30pm

Homily Extract Archbishop Eamon Martin All Ireland Rosary Rally In the Ireland of 2016 it takes real strength of character to hold to the fundamental right to life of both a mother and her unborn baby, and especially so in the face of pressure from those who wish to radically redefine Ireland’s social agenda in the name of ‘progression’ and ‘personal choice’ above all else. But at what cost? How could anyone in the name of compassion or choice remove the right to life of an innocent unborn child? When I think about the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I am drawn to some of my favourite Gospel passages – like the one where Luke describes Mary reflecting on the life of the child Jesus. Luke says (Luke 2:19): “Mary kept all these things, pondering them in her heart”. As for Jesus, His heart was like a magnet which attracted the poor, the sick, the troubled, the lonely and the forgotten. They came in response to His words (Matthew 11:28-30): “Come to me all you who labour and are overburdened and I will give you rest. Shoulder my yoke and learn from me for I am gentle and lowly in heart”. They came because as John writes (John 7:38): “From His Heart will flow rivers of living water.” On the reverse side of a miraculous medal you can see the Heart symbols of Jesus and Mary alongside one another. Their Feasts occur on consecutive days in the liturgical calendar. Clearly the Church wants us to meditate on the closeness of these Hearts. Pope Saint John Paul II spoke about an “admirable Alliance” of the two Hearts which are linked so intimately in the mystery of our Redemption. At Fatima in 1982, St John Paul pointed to a moment when the Hearts of Jesus and Mary were united in love for the world – when Mary stood at the foot of His cross. As the side of Jesus was pierced with a lance, it was as if Mary too was being ‘spiritually crucified’ and the prophecy of old Simeon was being fulfilled. The children of Fatima reported that Our Lady wanted her Heart and the Heart of Jesus to be honoured together. One way to do this, as the centenary of the Fatima apparitions approaches next year, is to dedicate the First Friday of each month to the Sacred Heart, and the First Saturday of each month to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. In the coming months I shall be inviting people to join me in rekindling the First Friday and First Saturday devotions for the intentions of Peace, Family and Life. Each month: to go to Confession, to receive Holy Communion and to make a personal act of sacrifice or reparation – this provides a sound foundation for personal spiritual renewal. To Jesus, through Mary!

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