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 Jesus Christ is the ultimate Teacher of morality. He indeed ratified the generic viagra wikipedia Ten Commandments, and he also pointed out that every commandment in the Law and generic propecia viagra the Prophets is rooted in the two fundamental precepts of love of God and love of neighbour. Through the Old Testament also taught love of God and neighbour, the Lord's precepts were new because he taught us the right measure of love, which inculdes the love of enemies. We are to love one another 'as I have loved you', that is, with a measure of love never seen before on earth. He taught by words and by his life that love essentially involves self-giving and self-sacrifice. We are never deliberately to do evil to anyone to achieve any objective whatsoever. Now more than ever we need to continue to pray for peace. Make  a prayer for peace part of your daily prayer rountine. 

Lord, make me an insrument of your peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love; where there is injury, pardon; where there is doubt, faith, where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; and where there is sadness, joy. Grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console, to be understood as to understand, to be loved as to love; for it is in giving that we receive, it is in pardoning that we are pardoned, and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life. - St. Francis of Assissi


 The Assumption of the blessed Virgin Mary August 15th

On November 1, 1950, Pope Pius XII issued the viagra pharmacy sales london Apostolic Constitution Munificentissimus Deus, in which he proclaimed the dogma of the Assumption: "Mary, the immaculate perpetually Virgin Mother of God, after the completion of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into the glory of heaven."

This was truly a wonderful event, a moment in which the faithful around the world received with certainty a ruling from the Chair of Peter, one which formally proclaimed what was already held and guarded in the deposit of faith the zesta womens viagra Catholic Church received from Christ through the apostles under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. In reflecting on the sublime wonders of the Assumption and the life of the Mother of God, rays of discerning light flood the intellect, illuminating many aspects of our earthly lives. 
We live in an age in which there exists immense forces within our culture which labor to draw us into conformity with what is often described as dark and over the counter drugs like viagra evil. There can be no doubt that the diabolical nature of these struggles with temptation and bad example are often orchestrated, to some degree, by the Father of Lies: that powerful fallen angel whose pride swelled to perhaps the search results buy cialis greatest depths of corruption. While these temptations we face are not entirely new, they are magnified by modern culture in powerfully new ways. One such detrimental, negative element of contemporary culture, heavily engrained in the West, is impurity.

St. Paul reminds us that "All of us once lived . . . in the desires of our flesh, following the wishes of the flesh and the impulses, and we were by nature children of wrath, like the rest" (Eph 2:3). It's probably safe to say that every adult is, to some degree, wounded by impurity, whether giving in significantly to the many temptations toward impurity, or in being confronted by the various malignant influences impurity promotes in the world.

Those who have, by His Majesty's wondrous grace, arrived at a point of heartfelt repentance and conversion often anguish over their past life, recounting with misery the many self-inflicted wounds of impurity, bringing to themselves no small suffering. This is so by virtue of a greater closeness to God which always illumines our own sinfulness. As our Father draws us to himself by his loving providence, he nourishes an awareness of our limitations and failures, that we may fly all the more securely into his arms, where we may quietly rest in his protective love.
Some feel they are forever damaged, as if they can no longer be counted as among the pure. This is not so, however, for Christ our Lord holds the over the counter viagra substitutes crown of purity before us all, desiring to place it on our heads, if only we should trust, if only we should try our best, if only we should love him more than what our eyes might cast themselves upon each day. What has happened in the past is gone, borne away by the healing graces of the sacrament of Reconciliation. Now our Lord's hands softly reach toward us, the gleam of purity reflected in his eyes, an imperishable crown of immeasurable worth rests in his fingers; a gift he waits to give; a gift of which only our Lord himself can make us worthy to receive.
St. Paul reminds us of the new life we are given, a free and merciful gift from God: "But God, who is rich in mercy, because of the great love he had for us, even when we were dead in our transgressions, brought us to life with Christ (by grace you have been saved), raised us up with him, and seated us with him in the heavens in Christ Jesus, that in the ages to come he might show the immeasurable riches of his grace in his kindness to us in Christ Jesus" (Eph 2:3-7).


 

Check out our Suicide Prevention help and support numbers listed in the latest news section or click the following link http://holyredeemerparish.ie/homepage-mainmenu-25/70-suicideprevention If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal please talk to someone and generic cialis pills com seek help. People with thoughts of suicide usually want to talk to others about their problem but find it difficult to identify people willing to listen to them. Talking is very important and very helpful.Here in Holy Redeemer Parish, Your Parish Priest is always available to listen and help you. You can contact him at the parochial house, just pop in or call 042-9334259. Also, there is peace to be found in the Church, particularly during the quiet times when the Eucharist is exposed. God always listens and can comfort in ways beyond our understanding. 


Eucharistic Adoration takes place in Holy Redeemer Church each Tuesday from 10.30am-11.30am. However we would like to extend Eucharistic Adoration until 4.00pm. This requires people to sign up and commit just 1 hour of there day to Eucharistic Adoration. If you would like to join the Rota for Adoration on a Tuesday please contact Sharon in the parish office on 042-9334259. 

 


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 Safeguarding Children Policies Holy Redeemer Parish is implementing all of the guidelines in relation to Safeguarding Children, and these can be found by clicking hereThe website for the generic viagra fake Catholic Bishops has resource material for all those who might be affected by these events.  Please click this address, www.catholicbishops.ie, for a link to those.

Parish of the Holy Redeemer, Dundalk.

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16th May 2010.

Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord.

Priests of the Parish: Fr. Padriag Keenan & Fr. Patrick Rushe.

PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to create a vibrant parish for the enrichment of all. Learning and

communicating with each other and, energised by the Spirit of Pentecost, we will work to build a spiritual community and chargeless buy cheap viagra online montgomery witness to Jesus Christ.

 

PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL

The Parish Pastoral Council serves the needs of the Parish. We are indebted to all members who have faithfully served on our Parish

Pastoral Council from 2006—2010. The

election of a new Parish Pastoral Council must now take place.

A letter has been forwarded to each home within our Parish, inviting you to nominate, from your area, two parishioners, who will serve on the Parish Pastoral Council

commencing on 1st September 2010.

N.B. All outgoing members are eligible for

re-election with the exception of Tom Sheedy,

(Ardee Road) John Coggans (Carrick Road)

Eilish McNally (Beechmount Drive) Gerry Faulkner

(Oakland Park)  & May Grant (Cedarwood Park).

Nomination Forms to be returned to the

Parochial House or Sacristan of our Church by  Sunday 23rd May 2010.

 

 

 

Deirdre Kerr Chairperson.

 

Nomination forms available in Sacristy.

 

 

Mass: Mon - Sat: 10.00am.

Mass  in Honour of Our Lady of the

Miraculous Medal on Mon at 7.30pm.

CONFESSIONS: Sat: 6.45pm.- 7.15pm

MASS TIMES: Sat: (vigil) 7.30pm.

Sun: 10.00am. 11.30am. 12.30pm & 6.00pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament each Tues. in the Church after 10.00am Mass until 11.30am

 

Pentecost Sunday 23rd May  

A Healing Mass  in association with Family of God Community will be celebrated in the Church of the Holy Redeemer at 6.00pm. The sacrament of the Anointing will be administrated after Mass.

 

St. Pio Triduum takes place in the Church of the Holy Redeemer on:

Mon. 24th May: Mass 7.30pm.

Tues. 25th May: Mass and Anointing of the Sick 7.30pm.

Wed. 26th May: Mass & Benediction 7.30pm

Rosary at 7.10pm & Blessing with relic after Mass each evening.

All are welcome.

St. Pio pray for us.

 

St. Brigid’s School.

40th Anniversary: 1970—2010.

A Mass of thanksgiving  will be celebrated on Friday 28th May at 11.00 am in the Church of the Holy Redeemer.

Celebrant:

Most Rev. Gerard Clifford DD.

All parishioners & friends of the Parish of the Holy Redeemer & St. Brigid’s School are invited to the Mass.

 

Anniversary & Remembrance  Masses in the Church of the Holy Redeemer 

 Sat  15th May  (vigil)                              7.30am.Av.              Frances McCrave.

Sunday 16th May                 10.00am. Av.            Kevin & Ciaran McKeever.

                                                                11.30am. Av.            Briege McHugh.

                                                                12.30pm. Av.            Daniel Dawe & Mary Ellen Woolsey.

                                                                  6.00pm. Av.           

Monday 17th May.                 10.00am.Av.            Seán McCartney.

Novena.                                     7.30pm. Av.            Dec. mem. Corcoran family.

Tuesday 18th May.                 10.00am. Av.     Edward Galvin.

Wednesday19th May.                            10.00am.Av.     Brigette Maguire.

Thursday 20th May.                                10.00am. Av.            Thomas Mulligan.

Friday 21st May                      10.00am. Av.            Mary Williams.

Saturday 22nd May.                                10.00am. Av.            

Saturday 22nd May (vigil)        7.30pm. Av.            Patrick & Annie Malone & Dermot Murphy.

Sunday 23rd May.                  10.00am. Av.            McKevitt family.

                                                                11.30am. MM.          Paddy McCoy.

                                                                12.30pm. Av.            Dec. mem McKeown family.

                                                                  6.00pm. Av.            Mary & Frank Donnelly & dec. family mem.

                                                                                   MM.       John Richie Short.  

                                                                                                               

                                                               

 

Viatores Christi

Members of Viatores Christi will speak at all Masses next weekend on 22-23 May.

What is Viatores Christi?

Viatores Christi, Catholic lay missionary development workers, was founded in 1960 and recruits, prepares and facilitates the placement of lay people who wish to serve in areas of need in Africa, Asia and South America.

 

We welcome into our community those

recently baptised.

Lucas Francis Conway-Hubble.

 

We remember those who have died:

Karen Clarke, Willow Grove.

Frank Thompson, Castletown Cottages.

Seamus Mackin, Hillview.

Brendan O’Shea, St. Nicholas Ave.

Gretta McEnteggart, Fr. Murray Park.

Catherine McKeown, Riverside Cr/Park Street.

James Durnin, Cluan Enda.

Brigid Ferrick, Ballinrobe.

Essie McClernon, Hackballscross.

May they rest in peace.

 

Armagh Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock on Sunday 30th May.

 

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Parish Collections: 8th/9th May 2010

Envelopes: €1,230:00 Church: €1,568:00

Total: €2,798:00.

 

Family ResourceCentre Lotto. 10th May ‘10

Nos: 05101921. One Jackpot Winner.

Lotto Jackpot: €5,000:00

Parish Bingo on Monday at 8.30pm:

Flyer:€2,820:00.

 

Little Flower Prayer Group: Wed at 11.00am

 

Catholic Newspapers on sale in the main porch of the Church.

 

‘Young People’  - ‘Walk by Faith’.

Catholic Youth

Knock Summer Festival of Prayer, Music,

Reflection, Talks, Workshops & more from 25th—27th June. (strictly 18—35’s)

Contact: 0949375035

www.knock-shrine.ie/youthfestival

 

St. Therese’s Special Olympic Club are

having a ‘Fun Day’ on Saturday 22nd May from 2.00pm—5.00pm in the

Redeemer Family Resource Centre to raise funds for five members of their club who are taking part in the Special Olympics Ireland, in Limerick in June.

 

All notices for  inclusion in the Parish Bulletin should be typed or written and submitted to the Holy Redeemer Parochial Hse by 6.00pm of  Tuesday each week.