MOVING TOWARDS DECEMBER:
St. Vincent de PAUL: Friday 2nd Dec, O'Gradys & Sunday 4th Granagh 10.00am, the annual collection will be held. Unfortunately, today in our community, the increased cost of living along with rising energy & food bills are putting a lot of pressure on the people that the local St. Joseph's Conference, help. Far too many of them are being forced to make the impossible choice between paying for food or paying for heating. By supporting the annual appeal, you can help a fami
CHRISTMAS MARKET TIME:
CHRISTMAS MARKET: Sunday 27th Nov, 11am - 2pm, straight after Mass. Have a browse through the stands and check-out the wonderful homemade products by local crafters. Unique gifts you will not get elsewhere.! Stands include - Decoupage Cards, Jewellery, Soap, Candles, Melts, Christmas Cakes & Puddings, Jams, Wooden Handcrafts, Christmas Arrangements, Wreaths & Decor. Sewing & Crochet. Decorative Ceramic Tiles. Hot Chocolate, Tarts, Buns & Pastrie
There is a bridge of memory, from earth to heaven above. It keeps you always near us, It's called the bridge of Love. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, For part of us went with you, The day God called you home. Many thanks to Marian O'Connor for her beautiful calligraphy. MONTH's MIND: The month' mind Mass for the late Patie Mulqueen will be held on Sunday 20th in Granagh at 10.30am. CLOTHES COLLECTION: Granagh NS, Parents' Assoc are organising their
November - the month of the Holy Souls.
Don't think of them as gone away - their journey's just begun, life holds so many facets - this earth is only one. CHURCH NEWS: We celebrated our annual bereavement mass last Sunday. It was a beautiful and thoughtful service organised by the Bereavement group. Remembering those who passed away in the last year - Helen Foynes, Johnny Murphy, John O'Brien, Stephen Collins, Jim Kelly and Patie Mulqueen. Two candles were lit to remember the babies laid to rest in Cillíns and
Dull November brings the blast, Then the leaves are whirling fast.
Harvest Mass, 2022. Give to the World the best you have, and the best will come back to you. CHURCH NEWS: A beautiful Harvest Mass was celebrated on Sunday. A large crowd was in attendance, it was also Jim Kelly's month's mind with a baptism following Mass. Thanks to the organisers for decorating the Church beautifully and to all who participated. Many thanks for a large quantity of food donations. Masses for All Saints - Tue 1st at 7pm & All Souls - Wed 2nd at 7pm.