Weekly Bulletn- 30th May 2021

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Sacred Heart of Jesus Novena

The Novena in honour of the Sacred Heart starts on Thursday 3rd June.

Masses at 11am and 7.30pm.

Please note that the Saturday evening Novena Mass will be celebrated at 6.00 pm.

During the Novena, tickets will be needed for all the 11.00 am Masses.

Get a ticket at the front office (accessed up the steps to the left of the Church) or via our website.

Tickets are obviously free.  But they are the only way that we can ensure compliance with the current lockdown regulations.

We don’t what to turn people away at the door.  So please get a ticket!

Gardiner Street Parish Book Club

Looking for a good book to read this summer? Interested in books on spirituality? Come and join us!

This Summer we will be reading and discussing “The Best Catholics in the World” by Derek Scally. Meetings will take via Zoom, on Wednesday 2nd, 16th and 23rd of June. 

If you are interested, please let us know by email (SFXgardinerstreet@otlook.com) or by phone 01 8363 411

Irish Volunteer Agency Creates Online Global Network

Viatores Christi, a faith-based development organisation has specialised in the recruitment, training and deployment of overseas volunteers since 1960. VC have just launched, along with our partner agencies in Volunteering for Humanity, a new Online Discussion Forum that is open to all! The Forum is an online community that is free for everyone to join and to start discussions about volunteering – how to become a volunteer; to share stories and to find volunteering opportunities such as the #EUAVI. To learn more about the forum go to our website www.vcvolunteers.ie

Families Walking Together in Hope

The ‘Walking Together in Hope’ initiative will be launched on 25 August 2021 at Saint Mary’s Pro-Cathedral. The Archdiocese of Dublin will provide some simple and achievable ideas for families and parishes starting in September 2021. We want to encourage families to take part in various initiatives to support faith lived in the home and celebrated together in our parishes. Our goal is to celebrate moments of hope and joy in family life, with resources suitable for learning, living and leading faith that are complementary to the way family is lived today.