Weekly Bulletin 08/07/2018
We would like to remind all parishioners that no dogs are allowed in the cemetery grounds. There is a zero tolerance policy on dog fouling and dogs off their leash. It is an offence not to clean up after your dog.
We appreciate your co-operation in this regard.
Peters Pence Collection: This weekend’s basket collection will go towards providing the Holy Father with the financial means to respond with emergency assistance to those who are suffering as a result of war, oppression, natural disaster and disease.
Pioneer Pilgrimage to Knock, Sunday July 15th 2018: A bus will leave Dunshaughlin Church at 8am and Dunboyne Church at 8:15am. To book a seat, please contact May Tuite 087 – 133 4872 or Peggy Thornton 087 – 784 6455 as soon as possible.
Mass for World Meeting of Families: In the Phoenix Park on Sunday 26th August. A bus including tickets will leave Ratoath Church at 10:40am and Dunshaughlin church at 11am. Walking involved. May be 4km to 7km. Portable seating is allowed. To book a seat on the bus, contact May Tuite 087 133 4872 or 01 – 825 0139 as soon as possible.
Cemetery Devotions: Thank you to the many people who donated so generously to the upkeep of the Parish Cemeteries at our recent Cemetery Devotion Days in Dunshaughlin (€1150) and Culmullen (€902). Thanks as well to all who keep the Cemeteries in the Parish looking so well, especially those families who maintain the grounds at Knockmark and Old Culmullen. Thanks also to the 7th Meath Dunshaughlin Scout Troop who painted the cemetery wall and fence in Dunshaughlin graveyard, also planted flowers, and to the Tidy Towns group for their on-going work in the Parish.
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