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Keash Church Roof Restoration Fund Meeting, White Hall Keash next Tuesday at 8pm. All welcome.
Bereavement Support Group – Life after a family bereavement can feel empty and lonely. Sometimes spending time, talking praying and sharing with others who know the experience can be helpful. A Bereavement Support Group meets at the Family Centre, Knock each Wednesday at 11am. Anyone is welcome to drop in any week. Further information is […]
Papal Mass, Rome 26th January 2020 The new Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Knock which was commissioned for the 140th Anniversary of the Apparition in 2019 and which was blessed by Pope Francis has been requested for a special Mass in St Peter’s Basilica, Rome, on Sunday 26th January next to mark the day […]
Peace cannot and should not be taken for granted – Bishop Noel Treanor In his homily for this year’s World Day of Peace on 1 January 2020, Bishop Noel Treanor, Bishop of Down and Connor has said that peace cannot and should not be taken for granted and is a precious value that requires cultivation […]
Lough Derg Prior Father La Flynn named Monsignor by Pope Francis Pope Francis has conferred the honour of Chaplain to His Holiness on Reverend Laurence (La) Flynn, a priest of the Diocese of Clogher and Prior of Lough Derg, an honour which carries with it the title of Monsignor. The title Monsignor means that the […]
We can build a more just and peaceful world for ourselves and others if we live our faith authentically – Archbishop Eamon Martin In his homily for World Day of Peace on Wednesday 1 January, Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, reflected on the hope that a new year brings, […]
Money collected to date (Keash Church Roof) 1st December 2019 – €12,800 8th December 2019 – €18,770 15th December 2019 – €22,400 22nd December 2019 – €26,500 29th December 2019 – €28,600 5th January 2020 – €29,200