Weekly Bulletin 13/09/2020

Weekly Bulletin 13/09/2020

First Holy Communion
Congratulations to the boys and girls from St Seachnall’s N.S. who received their First Holy Communion. May the Lord Jesus remain with them and their families.

Prayer Service for beginning of new School Year
Streamed live from Dunshaughlin Church on Friday 18th Sept at 12 noon.
All Schools Primary and Secondary invited to join us on our webcam.

Congratulations
To all Students who received their leaving Cert results this week .We wish them well in the future.

Masses in Dunshaughlin and Culmullen
As Covid 19 restrictions continue, and more people are coming to Mass the following changes to our Sat/Sun Masses in Dunshaughlin are proposed. Starting on Sunday 27th September Masses as follows: Dunshaughlin Church. Sat Vigil 7.00 pm. Sundays Masses 9 am, 11 am and 12 noon

Please note the addition of 11 am Mass.

Culmullen Church Sat Vigil 6pm and 10.30am on Sunday. Dunshaughlin Church is restricted to two pods of 50 people 100 in all. Culmullen Church restricted to 50 in total.
With immediate effect only one intention for each Mass.

Covid Committee
Meeting of the Committee in the Church on Monday at 8 pm. Collection; please use baskets at Church doors after Mass. Missalettes; please take home with you

Essential Cleaning/Sanitizing –
Thanks to our Stewards who oversee the seating. Deep cleaning will take place this Wed 16th Sept at 2pm. All Volunteers welcome.

Holy Land Collection
The Collection for the Holy Land normally takes place on Good Friday, it was postponed this year. Pope Francis has asked that this collection take place this Sunday. As we cannot have a normal collection we invite people to put something extra in the baskets or maybe send in a donation in an envelope marked Holy Land Collection – thank you.

Click here to view a downloadable PDF of our Weekly Bulletin for September 13th

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