Notices


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Remembrance Tree

During the weeks of Advent, the tree located in the sanctuary of each of our three churches has a special purpose. It is a Remembrance tree. You are invited to take a card from the basket beside the tree and write on it the name of someone you wish to pray for during the Advent and Christmas season; perhaps someone who has died recently in your family at home or abroad, someone who is sick, someone away from home and

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Mission Sunday

This weekend, every Parish in the World will come together in prayer and generosity in support of the Missions. This year, World Mission Sunday is being celebrated this Sunday. In Ireland, World Mission Sunday is managed by World Missions Ireland. World Missions Ireland is the Church’s official charity for overseas mission. It is part of a worldwide network of 120 offices, under the co-ordination of the Pontifical Mission Societies in Rome. Together, they are responsible for the global coordination of

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Fr. Pat Murnane R.I.P.

The death has occurred in South Florida of Fr. Pat Murnane a native of Stonehall. Born in 1934, Fr Pat was ordained in 1960 and became one of dozens of Irish priests who went to Florida in the middle of the last century. He served at St. Juliana in West Palm Beach (1960-63), St. Coleman in Pompano Beach (1963-66), and St. Anthony in Fort Lauderdale (1966-68) before being appointed administrator of St. Helen in Fort Lauderdale (1968-78) and then pastor

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Day for Life:

The 2019 day for life is being celebrated this Sunday. The theme this year is domestic abuse. Copies of the bishops’ message are available at entrances to the Church. One in 4 women and one in 6 men experience domestic abuse in their lifetime. Almost 9 out of 10 women murdered in Ireland are killed by a man known to them. It is time to start talking and taking action. Find out more on www.dayforlife.org