GOLDEN JUBILEE Jubilee Mass of Fr Nick Motherway, a native of Turner’s Cross. Fr Nick is a Priest of St Patrick’s Missionary Society (Kiltegans) and will be joined by his family and by priest colleagues and friends with whom he has worked over the years of his ministry. Since his ordination in Kiltegan on Easter Sunday, 1968, he has served the Lord as a missionary in Africa for almost forty years, as well as working on other Kiltegan assignments. We are delighted that he has chosen to celebrate his Jubilee Mass in our Parish Church of Christ the King, where he celebrated his first Mass some fifty years ago.
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES
Turner’s Cross Parish Coach
One fifty-three seat Coach has been booked for Turner’s Cross Parish for August 26th and tickets have been reserved for those travelling on the coach. The coach is almost full, a few seats are still available, and one or two cancellations may be anticipated. Anyone interested in joining the Parish Group on the coach should let us know immediately.
The coach will be registered by the Pastoral Development Office this week as an individual code will be allocated to each coach to provide access to the Phoenix Park drop-off point.
Tickets for the Papal Mass
We have been informed by the Pastoral Development Office this week that those travelling independently must book their tickets directly. This must be done on line at www.worldmeeting2018.ie <http://www.worldmeeting2018.ie> as soon as possible. Although there is no charge, a ticket is needed for each person attending the Mass in the Phoenix Park, including children.
Those travelling to the Papal Mass are invited to an information meeting in Turner’s Cross Church on Friday next 6th July at 7.30 p.m.
Death: We remember in our prayers John Bickerstaffe, Capwell Avenue, who died recently. We extend our sympathy to his family.
First Friday: Fr. Billy will visit the sick and housebound this week. If you would like a visit please contact us.
Anointing of the Sick on Saturday next 7th July at the 10.00 am Mass. Consider offering a lift to a housebound neighbour.