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Parish Churches Opening:

Our Churches are opening for Masses next weekend July 4th & 5th. Definite rules and guidelines have to be in force to absolutely ensure the health and safety of everybody. In Ballingarry two masses on Saturday - 10.30am & 7.00pm and in Granagh two masses on Sunday - morning mass 10.30am and evening mass 7.00pm. Numbers are restricted to fifty in all churches, regardless of size, to ensure maximum safety for all. The following is the system that will be in use:- • Everyone will need a specially printed Card. • You will need to pick up that Card in your Church on Friday 3rd at 7.00pm. • Your Card has the Day, Date and Time of mass, you wish to attend. • The cards are colour cod

Entering Phase-2:

Liskennett Forest: SAFE TRAVELS: Wishing the best of luck to Robert Noonan, Knockfierna, who will be departing for Lebanon on his first tour of duty, which will last until November. The 115th Irish Battalion have been serving ther as part of the United Nations Interim Force for peacekeeping, since November, 2019. Restrictions on travel over the current COVID-19 situation placed considerable doubt about when the soldiers would be able to return to their families. This is to happen now towards the end of the month. The 116th Battalion will then deploy to UNIFIL to take over control of the Irish Area of Responsibility. Before departure, they will have to complete a fourteen day quarant

June brings tulips, lilies, roses, Fills the children's hand with posies.

Happy 95th Birthday Theresa Chawke. pictured here with Mick Houlihan. BIRTHDAY WISHES: Again, this year, it is great to be able to send congratulations to Theresa Chawke on reaching her 95th year. The official day was Tuesday 9th but she might as well extend it for the week. The local Chawke ladies - Theresa, Mairéad and Essie - have had wonderful longevity and healthy lives, whatever their secret is !!!! Wishing her continued good health and she can look forward to more celebrations when Covid has passed. St. V.dePAUL: The local Branch of St. Vincent dePaul - Reaching Out: In the present and evolving situation, there are likely to be a number of people who find themselves in serious

RIP. Mary Cagney (nee Fitzgibbon)

Mary pictured with her family, John, daughter-in-law Claire & grandchild Clodagh. CHOMHBHRÓN: Our sympathies to the Cagney family, Morenane House, on the sudden passing of Mary, on Sunday 31st. Predeceased by her brother Seán and sister Kay (Horgan). Deeply regretted by her husband John, sons William and Johnny, daughters Maura (Griffin) and Sharon, grandchildren, son-in-law Brendan, daughters-in-law Christelle and Claire, brother Tony, sisters Helen (Cullinane) and Norina (Sheehan), relatives and a wide circle of friends. Requiem Mass being celebrated on Wednesday 3rd, in St. Peter & Paul's Church Banogue, with burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Our sympathies also to the family

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