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EASTER WEEK:
Holy Week Ceremonies will be celebrated in Ballingarry Church as they can be viewed on the Webcam. Holy Thursday 7.30pm. Good Friday 3pm. Holy Saturday 9pm. Easter Sunday 10.30am.
Parish Envelopes can be dropped into the Office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Cheques can be made payable to Ballingarry/Granagh Parish or for Priest's Dues, make payable to Fr. Carroll.
The celebrations of Easter are all about spreading love and happiness and leaving behind the negatives.
May the celebrations of Easter fill your heart with new hope, new inspiration & positivity. Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter.

BABY NEWS:
Congratulations to Lisa & Danny Baker, Graigacurra on the arrival of their first baby. Killian Billy Baker arrived safely on 25th Mar, weighing in at 7lb 10ozs. Belated congratulations to Maureen & JJ Enright, Kilmore, on the arrival of their second little girl, Aishling, who is five months old now. These days we are lucky to hear any news at all.! Great to welcome new arrivals to the parish.

KEEP GRANAGH GREEN:
As there is no communal clean-up for TLC6 this year, it's up to everyone to do their bit. Parts of Kilmore, Doorluss Liskennett and Graigacurra are already done. Over the Easter break, try and get out, there's plenty rubbish out there. Involve the children too.

GET WELL:
Sending good wishes to Gerry Mulcahy, Kingsland and any parishioners who are in hospital or recovering at home. It is a difficult time for people as no visitors are allowed call.

GAA EASTER CAMP:
The Virtual Camp will run from Tuesday to Thursday each week and there will be two separate times each day one for the 6-8-year-olds(10am - 11am) and one for 9-12-year-olds (11am -12noon). Each session will include movement, hurling & football skills that can be practiced in the comfort of your own home. Hurley, sliotar, tennis ball & football will be required for each session.
A third slot each afternoon commencing at 2pm is for all age groups. The afternoon slot will provide some alternative activities to the morning skill sessions and will include, Meet & Greet players, GAA history facts, Arts & Crafts and some sample yoga and cooking demonstrations.
The sessions will be run through the Microsoft teams platform and the link to join will be emailed to the parents email each evening and will include the equipment required for the next days session.
To register your child please complete a registration form, which can only be completed by a parent or Guardian. See www.ncwgaa.com for more information.

CHOMHBHRÓN:
Our sympathies to Vicky Twomey, Granagh on the death of he mother, Kathleen O'Callaghan of Lower Gerald Griffin Street, who died peacefully Saturday 27th, in Milford Care Centre. Deeply regretted by her loving son Terence and loving daughters Vicky and Angela. Will be sadly missed by her grandchildren, sisters Eva and Nora, brothers Paddy and Christy, daughter in law Yvonne, son in law Joe.
Private cremation took place in Shannon Crematorium. May the light of Heaven shine on her.

DID YOU KNOW:
29th Mar,1795:- Beethoven at 24 had his debut performance in Vienna.
30th Mar,1981:- Ronald Reagan is shot and wounded.
31st, Mar,1943:- The musical "Oklahoma!" debuts on Broadway.
1st Apr,1999:- 11 countries in the EU adopted the Euro as a common currency.
2nd Apr, 2005:- Pope John Paul II Dies.
3rd Apr, 2010:- Apple Releases the Ipad.

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