CHOMHBHRON: Sympathy to the family of Christy Noonan, Ballyelan, Ballingarry, who died on March 12th, pre deceased by his brother Mick and sister Anne. Beloved husband of Mary Rose (née Hartigan) and dearest father to Brendan, Louise and Rosemary. Deeply mourned by his family, sons-in-law Stephen and Vincent, grandchildren Diarmuid, Eoghan, Óran and Niall, sisters Betty and Mary, brother Paddy, sister-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. He was reposed at his residence in Castletown on Sunday, March 15th. Funeral arriving at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Ballingarry on Monday, March 16th, for Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in Granagh Cemetery

St. Patrick's Day Wishes to All:

ONE COMMUNITY: G/B GAA, Ladies Football & Camogie Clubs along with Granagh & Ballingarry Dev. Associations, would like to offer their help in this time of Covid 19. If anybody in the community needs their medicines, groceries, fuel, collected from the Shop, Pharmacy or Creamery and delivered to their door, please contact one of the following co-ordinators. They will organise with one of the many volunteers to carry out the collection and delivery. Steven Stapleton; 086-1960301, Theresa Noonan; 085- 8875585, Anne O'Grady; 087-8561898, Andrew Holmes; 087- 9429228. SANITISER: If you would like to make up your own hand sanitiser, here is a recipe. Dettol antiseptic is safe to

Could You Live on €2 a Day...????

TRÓCAIRE: Story of the Trocaire Garden in Granagh Church. On this year's Trocaire box, you will see two mothers and their families. Angela is from Honduras, she is thirty nine and a mother of five. Her home is on ancestral tribal land which is held in communal title. In 2010 a logging company & mining company entered their lands illegally. Angela saw that they were exploiting their land and selling the trees and minerals so she decided to intervene and protest. Mining sites require many square miles of trees & topsoil to be removed, explosives are used to dig out the area and dangerous poisons are leaked into the soil and water. The rivers become polluted & cause serious health p

TROCAIRE - Remember Those Who are Disadvantaged, around the World.

TRÓCAIRE: Its aims are - To support and advocate for all peoples, of all religions, who are living in poverty. To educate Irish people about global poverty and justice issues. Trócaire believes that every man, woman & child is born equal. Poverty is much more than the absence of basic needs. It is the absence of Opportunity, the lack of Power, the lack of Voice & Control over one's life. This year's campaign tells the story of women around the world who are struggling to protect their families from intimidation, violence, hunger and drought. Mothers are going to extraordinary lengths to keep their families safe and Trócaire is asking people across Ireland to support them this Le

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