Parish Pastoral Council
Fr. Fergal MacDonagh P.P.
Tel; 087 244 1128
Tel; 453 5301
Tel: 453 1597
Tel; Tel; 086 313 1881
The Parish Pastoral Council is made up of parishioners who have an interest in the life and development of the parish.
The Parish Pastoral Council enables priests and people to work together to build up a dynamic Christian community that is characterised by faith, mission, worship and service. The Parish Pastoral Council is not a group of experts in catechesis, liturgy, pastoral care or education but ordinary members of the parish working in an advisory capacity. The council assists the priests in providing leadership for Parish Ministries, Programs, and Activities.
The Parish Council researches, and sets goals for the development and growth of our parish community.
Members of the current council
Fr. Gerry Fleming SCA CC, Mary Revile, Margaret Bolger,
Matt Cooley, Mary Galligan, Bobby Charlton. Helena Kennedy, Breda Galligan,
Parish Council Mission Statement
We, the members of the Parish Pastoral Council
Of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fatima,
Believe and pledge us to work in a collaborative
ministry, the priests, religious and people striving together in the Mission
of the Church. Having nourished ourselves with Word and Eucharist,
and having encountered Jesus in the Sacraments, we are ready
to actively take part in the evangelisation of our neighbourhood,
and of our society.
We believe that the proclamation of God's word and the witness
of a Christian life are vital, especially to young people.
We believe that we are mandated by Jesus to reach out and welcome
people of different cultures and traditions.
We believe that it is our task to integrate new members into our
faith community, especially through the Sacraments of Initiation.
We believe that we are at the service of the faith community,
That we must listen in order to discern their needs, in order to
respond in an effective way.
We believe that we must constantly strive to renew ourselves
in the reading of scripture, personal prayer and in our common worship,
that we equip ourselves to serve the faith community by educating
ourselves in the most effective ways of active
listening and working together as a group.