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CR News 16.06.2024

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Sunday 19th June, 11 am, St. John’s – Sunday Mass.

Wednesday 19th June, St. Michael’s – No Mass.

Sunday 23rd June, 11 am, St. Michael’s – Peter & Mary Ward, Lisnafeddaly


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Planned Giving Envelopes for 2024/2025 – The new year (2024/2025) planned giving Envelopes are now ready and can be collected from the back of both local churches. The new envelopes will commence the First Sunday of July. We are distributing an Enduring Certificate Form to enable a tax rebate for the parish, with your box of envelopes. You may wish to sign and return the form to the parish office, so that we may claim a rebate from Revenue. We thank you for your continued support to our Parish


Trad Session takes place on 21st June in the Mountain Dew.  All welcome.


Social Dancing to Glenn Flynn in Corduff Raferagh Community Centre on Saturday 29th June at 8.30 pm.


Piano Lessons – If you are interest in receiving Piano Lessons, call Holly on 087 4179711.


Corduff Raferagh Lourdes Committee will host a Coffee morning on Thursday 20th June in the Mountain Dew Lounge Corduff from 9am to 1pm.  Plenty of homemade goodies and a Raffle on the day.  Your support would be appreciated.


Big Breakfast – Corduff Raferagh Community Association will host a Big Breakfast in the Community Centre on Sunday 21st July from 9 am – 1 pm.  All welcome.


Wishing all fathers in our parish and beyond a very Happy Father’s day today Sunday.


Thistles & Weeds are taking over some plots in our local graveyards, if you have a few minutes to check your family plot and remove these eye sores as well as decayed pots it would make a great difference.  Also many plots no longer have family living in the area, maybe you could pull a weed or two of even one of those graves.  Make sure to take the debris home with you and dispose of it properly.


Tea/Coffee Morning in aid of Carrick Cancer Society on Sunday 30th June 2024 10am-1pm at Jacinta & PJ McCabe’s home, Fartagorman, Corduff, A81X043. Your support is greatly appreciated.


St Finbarr’s ‘Pop Up Shop’ fundraiser – Don’t miss a chance to gain a quality bargain at 22 Main Street (next to old Ulster Bank) on Wed 26th – Sat 29th June.


Aughnamullen Vintage Run takes place on Sunday 30th June 2024 from Aughnamullen Social Centre A75CY82. Registration from 11:30am. Run takes place at 1:30pm. €20 per vintage vehicle. Strictly vintage vehicles only – PRE 1999. Please support as all proceeds in aid of Ballybay First Responders and Cu Chulainn Blood Bikes. Refreshments served.


Car Parking at St. Joseph’s Church – As you may already be aware, we have recently carried outma major refurbishment of our main Church carpark, located adjacent to the Catholic Hall. Trees andnshrubs were pruned, debris was removed, and the entire carpark was power washed. Instead of being dark and dirty, this carpark is now clean and bright. We now respectfully ask that as many people as possible use this carpark when attending St. Joseph’s Church and leave the limited number of parking spaces available in the front courtyard of the Church for those who require wheelchairs or other assistance accessing the Church. We would greatly appreciate your support in this matter – Many thanks in advance.


Carrickmacross Walking Tours Return: The popular walking tours of Carrickmacross are back on again. These historical tours of the town are very entertaining and informative. They are free of charge and take up to 90 minutes. No booking is required, just meet at the front of the Shirley Arms Hotel every Saturday at 11am until the end of September. If you want to know more about your local history, come along. The walking tours are sponsored by Carrickmacross Chamber of Commerce.


A huge Thanks from Faith and Light to Deery’s Lounge for hosting a coffee morning on Thursday 6th June in aid of our Lourdes ’25 Fund. Thanks to all of you who came along and made donations, and to the local businesses who sponsored raffle prizes. The event raised €1040.


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