From the Archdioceses website:
Support the Evenings Prayer at the Carmelite Monastery (kilmacudcarmel.ie)
Thursday 25th: Rev Martin Kilmurray O.Carm, Prior, Gort Muire Carmelite Community
“It was the great desire of Jesus, the night before his Passion and Death, that all his disciples be united as one, and each year from 18-25th January, the Church prays in particular for this desire of Jesus. This year the theme and texts for the Week of Prayer has been prepared by an ecumenical group in the Caribbean. The theme is: “Your right hand, O Lord, glorious in power” Ex 15:6. Evening Prayer will be offered for this great desire of Jesus at 4.30pm each day at the Carmelite Monastery, Upper Kilmacud Road. More details can be found on the Church notice boards and on the Kilmacud Carmel website: kilmacudcarmel.ie. All are welcome to come and pray with us any or all of the days. We would be particularly grateful for support for our guest speakers.”
Fill Your Home With Joy
Tips on the art of decluttering “Let’s store our treasures in Heaven rather than on earth”
Our Speaker: Gwen Montgomery
Gwen is a professional declutterer who works with both business and domestic clients. See her website at sortedbygwen.com
Venue: The Event Room at Union Cafe, (Upstairs, no lift) Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion
Price: €6 (Coffee/Tea Scone)
Please ensure your booking has been confirmed (Organised by an Ecumenical Women’s Group)
The Laudate Festival is a festival gathering of primary school/parish faith community celebrating Families of Faith through song and reflection during Catholic Schools Week.
Location: Church of the Guardian Angels, Newtownpark Avenue on Wednesday 31 January at 7.00 pm.
This Laudate Festival 2018 brings children from schools of the Archdiocese along with parishioners and choirs together to celebrate the gift of one another, the gift of family and Catholic education and to sing an enjoyable, shared and engaging repertoire.
ALL are welcome (parents, families, friends and parishioners), with free entry, to the Laudate Festival nights.