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Snooker Club Opening Night

Snooker Club Opening Night

ST PATRICK’S SNOOKER CLUB, OPENING NIGHT   The large crowd that descended upon St Patrick’s Snooker Club on Friday night were treated to an exhibition of the highest quality as the high breaks flowed. Patrick Wallace and Joe Swail left the audience mesmerised at stages as both professionals knocked in breaks of 140 during the

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Holy Hour

Holy Hour

HOLY HOUR FOR INNER HEALING The next hour of prayer and reflection in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament will tkae place on Thursday 31 March at 8.00 pm in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption.  The next after that will be on Thursday 14 April. Almost 200 people have attended each holy hour during the past year.

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Mgr Joe Kizito

Mgr Joe Kizito

MASABELANE CENTRE – CARING   SUPPORTING   SHARING   Registered Under The Nonprofit Organisation Act of 1997: 036-582-NPO The Masabelane Youth Project, in existence for six years as a charity based in Hershel Administrative area of the Eastern Cape. Masabelane means Sharing.   It is a rural area much marginalized and hard hit by poverty and other social

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Thomas McHugh, Seminarian

Thomas McHugh, Seminarian

Thomas McHugh Ordained Deacon   On Sunday 29 May Thomas McHugh was Ordained a Deacon by the Archbishop of Dublin in the College Chapel, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.   As a Deacon, with the help of the Holy Spirit, he will be able to read the Gospel at Mass, help the priest directly at the

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Official Opening

Official Opening

Over 550 parishioners attended the official opening of our new Parish Centre and what a wonderful night, enjoyed by all. Food of the highest standard was served downstairs in the café and after speeches and a blessing by Fr Gates & Mrs Una O’Kane the Hall upstairs was officially named the O’Byrne Hall and a

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Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults

Our parish values and encourages the participation of children and young people in all parish activities that will help their spiritual, physical, emotional and social development. The parish recognises the dignity and rights of all children and is committed to ensuring their safety and well being at all times. The parish recognises that all involved

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