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Sunday 7th May, 11 am, St. John’s – Months Mind for Madge Lennon, Cornalaragh, and remembering her husband James.   Pat & Maureen McEneaney, Raferagh.  Frank, Margaret & Alphonsus McEntee & the McEntee & Lynch families.

Wednesday 10th May, 7 pm, St. Michael’s – Owen & Kathleen Marron, Ummerafree.

Saturday 13th May, 11 am, St. John’s – First Holy Communion for the children of Corcreagh National School.

Sunday 14th May, 11 am, St. Michael’s – Months Memory Mass for Lorraine Mullan, Mullaghcroghery.  Molly Keelan, Greagh.

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Rosary will be recited for the month of May at St. Michael’s grotto at 8 pm daily.   Praying for all families in the community, especially the sick and those struggling in any way.  Everyone welcome.


Blessing of the Graves will take place

In St. Joseph’s Carrickmacross on Sunday 2nd July, after 12 noon Mass.

At St. Michael’s Corduff on Sunday 9th July, after 11 am Mass.

And at St. John’s Raferagh on Sunday 16th July, after 11 am Mass.


First Holy Communion – Wishing the pupils of Corcreagh school and their families all the best for their special day on Saturday 13th as they celebrate the sacrament of First Holy Communion in St. John’s Raferagh.


Note New Parish Email address for St. Joseph’s Parish Office


Heritage Group Ramble – The first Ramble of 2023 takes place on Sunday 7th May at 3 pm.  Meeting in the vicinity of Sreenty school.  Most of the Ramble will take place on road surfaces, but we will use one lane way.  Please wear suitable footwear.  Everyone welcome.


The Flowers of May comes to Corduff Raferagh Community Centre this Friday 19th of May at 8.30pm.

Tickets are on sale from Corduff Raferagh Community Centre, the Mountain Dew or DM @twoandoneproductions.  This play has already taken place in the Garage Theatre, Monaghan and will travel to Dundalk in June.

The purpose of the play is to raise awareness and educate about the lives of parents with children with Autism.  The play has received great reviews so we are looking forward to hosting it in the Community Centre.  The Flowers of May was written by and starring Matthew McMahon and also starring our very own Eileen Gomez.  Directed by Emma Sunders.


Vote of Sympathy – At last week’s Corduff Raferagh Community Association meeting a vote of sympathy was passed to the local families who suffered a bereavement over the past number of months.  Remembering the families of Pat Shannon, Cormac McCaughey, Valerie Oliver, Kay Daly, Larraine Long, Benny Finn, Madge Lennon, Lorraine Mullan, James Keelan, Eileen McGuchan, Peter Geoghegan, Peter Connolly and Sheila Smith.  May they rest in eternal peace.