Great to see Fr. Peter back, he will be back on a gradual basis. We wish him every blessing with his health.
Opening Hours are Tue/Wed/Thur 9a.m. – 1p.m. Shop closed Mon and Fri. Any Mass Intentions left in please also include phone number. Any keyholders of the church please leave your name into the office. Thank you. Any Intentions for weekend Masses need to be left into the office or post-box by 12pm on Thursday to be included in Altar list. Thank you.
Planned Giving Envelope Collection 5th June
The Envelope collection last Sunday amounted to €1,165. Thank you for your generosity.
We extend our deepest sympathy to the families of Des McGauran and Monica McGee who passed away this week. May they rest in peace.
Blessing of Expectant Mothers
There will be a Blessing of Expectant Mothers on Wednesday June 15th at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome.
Invitation from Jesus
Come adore the Lord in silent prayer all day Thursday from 7am – 10pm. Would you like to commit to a set hour or be on a substitute list or just come along any time during the day to pray in silent adoration. Leave name, address and phone number in post box.
Rush Senior Citizens
The Rush Senior Citizens’ daytrip to Knock will take place on Saturday 18th June. Contact Kathleen O’Brien 087 6251019 for further information.
Confession times are at 6:30p.m. before Saturday evening Mass and on request.
This is a two year one night a week course for adults who wish to explore their faith. It runs from mid-September to May each year. There are no exams and no written work. The only requirement is an openness to listening to others and to participate. You can just come along and enjoy. The cost is €400 for the coming academic year. Booking is now open. The programme begins this year in Clonliffe College on Thursday 22 nd September 2016 (7pm – 9.30pm). More info: email@example.com or 8379253 ext 294.
Upcoming Events for June
- 26th Blessing of the Graves – Whitestown @ 3pm
- 26th Blessing of the Graves – Kenure @ 6pm
(People are requested to bring a bottle of Holy Water to the graveyard. Holy Water will be available in the Church)
Study Liturgy at the National Centre for Liturgy
St Patrick’s College, Manoah, Co. Kildare. Courses begin 19 September 2016. The courses, Diploma, Higher Diploma and Masters provide training for those who wish to prepare for parish
ministry, and who may be called upon to undertake roles of leadership and training in various pastoral contexts. Visit: www.liturgy-ireland.ie
Our website is www.rushparish.ie for any information you may need in relation to baptisms, marriages, Mass times, etc. Thanks to Regina Behan from Coppertops Digital Marketing for maintaining this.
Rinceoil Fingal are having their Annual Scoil Samhraidh Chris Langan on June 24 th to 26 th . Opening Ceremony and Gala Concert Friday in Millbank Theatre. Workshops in accordion, bodhran, banjo, concertina, fiddle, guitar, and whistle on Saturday. Also Sessionmhór in Rush Sailing Club Saturday night. For more information, Call Marie on 0868606801.
World Youth Day (WYD)
Next month six members of the Youth Choir and three students from St. Joseph’s will travel to Krakow, Poland, to represent St Maur’s parish and join in celebrations for World Youth Day with His Holiness, Pope Francis. WYD has been a tremendous experience for those who have taken part in the past and offers fun, reflection, music and prayer as well as the opportunity to celebrate their faith with young people from all over the world.
The group held another fundraising event on Friday June 10 th in the Strand Bar. They had a Music Night with two local bands and would like to thank Jackdaw and Pat Sheridan for giving up their time and providing a great night of music. They would also like to Thank Joe Sherman and staff of the Strand for providing the venue; to those who donated sport prizes and of course those who supported the event. The night raised a total of €470. To date they have had tremendous support from the Parish from the various events (Church Bake Sales, Pub Quiz, Music nights in the Theatre and Strand Bar), and from personal donations from parishioners. They would also like to thank Tesco Rush for their support.