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Trocaire Lenten Veil

Trócaire Lenten Cloth A reflection on the Eucharist, Justice and Solidarity This year is a year dedicated to the Eucharist by the Holy Father. We are invited to commit ourselves to follow the road of solidarity for ‘the Eucharist is not simply an expression of community in church life: it is also a project of(…)

Music Ideas for Lent & Easter Year B

MUSIC IDEAS FOR LENT 2008   Gathering /Entrance Song The Opening Song should be accessible to all the people by virtue of familiarity, simplicity of  melody or its responsorial character. This song helps introduce the general themes of the season or the particular scripture of the day. The following alternative suggestions are offered:   1st(…)

Lenten Midday Prayers

LENTEN MIDDAY PRAYER 1 Hymn: Bless the Lord, my soul and bless God’s holy name. Bless the Lord my soul, who leads me into life. We say the Antiphon together: O my Strength, it is to you whom I turn, for you, O God, are my stronghold, the God who shows me love From Psalm(…)

Something different for Lent 2011

SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR LENT 2011  The Invitation  Would you like to join us in a 5 week ‘retreat’ with a difference?  You don’t have to travel anywhere and it won’t cost you anything except your time. You follow your daily routine but do things in a more thoughtful and reflective way. This ‘retreat’ has at(…)

Celebrating Family Mass with Families in Lent and Passiontide

CELEBRATING MASS, WITH FAMILIES IN LENT AND PASSIONTIDE Guidelines for parish teams – and all involved in liturgy Produced by the Liturgy Commission for the Archdiocese of Dublin LENT The Journey of the Christian Community I. Lent is a season of conversion and reconciliation II.Lent is a season of communal conversion III. The goal of(…)

Keep the Music Going

Keep the Music Going It is important to have music at the usual celebrations even when the music people are on summer holidays. A good cantor can keep the music going. You might find some new talent home in the parish for the summer. Keep your ear to the ground.

Rite of Election 2022

 Rite of Election 2022 The Rite of Election (for Catechumens) and the Call to Continuing Conversion (for Candidates already baptised in another Christian tradition who wish to be received into the full communion of the Catholic Church) takes place as usual on the First Sunday of Lent, 6 March – at 3.30 p.m. in St(…)

World Day for Consecrated Life

Programme for Tonight’s Service World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life 2021 Introduction St. John Paul II established the World Day for Consecrated Life in 1997 to be celebrated in conjunction with the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, also known as Candlemas Day, which celebrates Jesus as the light of the world through(…)

How do we Reconcile in Covid Time?

Lent is the time of Reconciliation in our liturgical year, we will look at models for celebrating online Reconciliation Services with an eye on engaging participants and promoting active involvement including art, music and movement. Presented by Damian McNeice, Pat O’Donoghue and Audrey Darby Email Lisia Cashen at the Office of Administration – to(…)

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