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CR News 13.08.2023

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Sunday 13th Aug, 11 am, St. John’s – John & Kathleen Clarke, Corvally & Patrick Cooney.

James & Margaret McCaughey, Michael McCuskey & deceased member of the McCaughey & McCuskey families Corcreagh & Katie Lynch & deceased member of the Lynch family, Beagh.

Wednesday 16th Aug, 7.30pm, St. Michael’s – No Mass this evening.

Sunday 20th Aug, 11 am, St. Michael’s.

Healing Mass with Anointing of the Sick takes place in St. Joseph’s Carrickmacross on Sunday 3rd September at 4 pm

Webcam & Full Parish Bulletin Link https://www.carrickmacrossparish.ie/our-parish/web-cam/

 

Day Visit to Lough Derg – The Pauline’s Annual day visit to Lough Derg takes place on 9th September.  For booking call Pauline on 087 9499335.

 

Carrick Cancer Carlingford to Omeath Greenway walk will take place on Saturday August.  Contact Pat the Gael for information – 087 4130727.

 

National Heritage Week takes place from Saturday 12th – Sunday 20th August with events organised all over the country.  Corduff Raferagh Heritage Group are holding a local Ramble on Thursday evening, 17th, leaving from the Community Centre carpark at 7 pm sharp.  Please wear suitable footwear for crossing fields.

 

Mary’s Meals – Sincere thank you to everyone who contributed to the Church gate collections for Mary’s Meals which took place over the past two Sundays at Corduff and Raferagh. Members of the Mary’s Meals South Monaghan group took part in the annual Mary’s Meals Step by Step walk from Ballybay-Cootehill on Monday last.

 

Book Launch in Carrickmacross Library on Wednesday 16th August at 7pm.  “The Irish Coroner: Death, murder and politics in Co. Monaghan, 1846-78” by Michelle McGoff-McCann.  The book records inquests reported by “William Charles Waddell who served as coroner of north County Monaghan for over three decades. His detailed inquest reports, spanning over 31 years, not only chart the evolving role of the coroner in this crucial period in Irish history, they also highlight some of the social, economic and political contexts of the Famine crisis and the post-Famine decades in County Monaghan.”  Everyone welcome.

 

Trad Session in the Mountain Dew on Friday 18th August, all welcome.