Tidy Graves Service
Are you are finding it hard to keep your loved ones graves looking well? We offer a service to clean & tidy graves and maintain them all year round.
Contact Andrew on 02890 292140 or
Or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate’s Project Trust
Reaching out to the poor and vulnerable in the slums of Pattaya Thailand, this education-centred charity has been helping children with schooling and providing essential foods for ten years now.
REGISTERED WITH THE CHARITY COMMISSION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND NIC 103353
PARISH SECRETARY: jacqueline madden
MON-FRI 9.30 - 1.30 pm
Telephone: 02890 774 833
St Gerard's Parish, 722 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey,
County Antrim, BT36 7PG
ST GERARD'S COMMUNITY
FR KEVIN BROWNE C.Ss.R P.P/RECTOR
FR. DENIS LUDDY CSsR
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Fill our Hearts with compassion for the most vulnerable in our society. May parents, teachers and youth workers remain attentive to the needs of children and young people.
Lord in your mercy hear our prayer
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DAILY MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9.30AM
PLUS THURS NOVENA MASS 7.30PM
WEEKENDS SATURDAY 9.30AM &
6.30PM VIGIL (SAT)
SUNDAY 9.30AM & 11.30AM : 7PM
Prayer by St Alphonsus Liguori …
You are fire; enkindle in me your love.
You are light; enlighten my mind with the knowledge of eternal things.
You are Dove; give me innocence of life.
You are the gentle Breeze; disperse the storms of my passions.
You are Tongue; teach me how to bless you always.
You are Cloud; shelter me under the shadow of your protection.
And lastly, are the Giver all heavenly gifts; animate me,
I beseech you, with your grace; sanctify me
with your charity; enlighten me
with your wisdom; adopt me by your goodness as your child,
and save me in your infinite mercy;
so that I may ever bless,praise, and love;
first during this life on earth,
and then in heaven for all eternity.
4 Corners Festival Starts This Month..
The 4 Corners Festival 2022 is a 10th
Anniversary celebration that begins in St Anne's Cathedral
and ends in St Peter's.
This year the week long series of thought-provoking
events will be around the theme Common Ground,
Common Good and includes participants as diverse as
boxer Carl Frampton, the Archbishop of Canterbury,
and Dr Austen Ivereigh, the Pope's biographer.
There's sure to be something to evoke your
interest at this unique Christian Festival
Come and join us between
January 30th and February 6th,
somewhere across Belfast's four corners