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CR News 28.04.2024

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Sunday 28th Apr, 11 am, St. Michael’s –Bridgie, Molly & John Reilly, Carrigartha & deceased members of the Reilly family.

Bernard & Rose-Ann McNally their son Tommy & deceased members of the McNally & Duncan families, Greaghlatacapple.

Peter McKeown, Coraghy & his parents Patrick & Maureen, his sister Anna Manning & deceased members of the McKeown & Connolly families.

 

Wednesday 1st May, St. John’s – Adoration from 5 pm – 7 pm.

 

Sunday 5th May, 11 am, St. John’s – Deceased members of the McEntee family, Greaghwillian.

 

Machaire Rois Parish Notice (For full details, see this week’s Parish Bulletin)  Changes to Mass the Schedules & receiving of Holy Communion – Following on from a meeting of the Parish Liturgy Committee the following changes have been agreed:

The weekday evening Masses in the parish will be discontinued for the time being, except for the First Friday Mass in St Joseph’s Church which will remain at 7.30pm.

When a Funeral Mass occurs on a weekday, then the 10am Mass in St. Joseph’s will be put on with the Funeral Mass at the later time, usually 11am.

In the interests of health and hygiene we strongly discourage the reception of Holy Communion on the tongue. We would ask that out of concern for the well-being of the priests and Eucharistic

Ministers, along with concern for other members of the congregation who wish to receive Holy Communion, that all in the congregation should receive the Eucharist on their hands.

 

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

 

Congratulations to the children from Corcreagh NS – Darragh Culleton, Shane McElroy, Cody Gernon, Cillian Larkin and their families who celebrated their First Holy Communion in St. John’s Raferagh.  We hope you had a wonderful special day.  See https://corduffraferagh.ie/corcreagh-ns_first-holy-communion_27-04-2024/

 

St. Michael’s Graveyard – Watering cans are available at the taps in the old and new graveyards for the summer, please refrain from leaving bottles around the graves as it looks untidy, and remember to return the watering can to the tap when you are finished with it.

 

St Joseph’s Triduum 2024 – Novena to St Joseph the Worker (Feast Day 1st May), will take place Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th April & Wednesday 1st May.  Mass each morning at 10am. Monday & Wednesday evening at 7.30pm.  Tuesday evening 7.30pm Healing Service and Confessions during the Healing Service. Candles on sale €2.50 each prior to all Mases. Candles may be brought home or left in the church to be lit during the Triduum Masses. The Triduum will be conducted by Fr. Owen Gorman, Petitions to be placed in the Petition Box at the Altar, your intentions will be remembered at all the Masses.  All are welcome. “Come to Joseph”.

 

Corduff Raferagh Community Centre Class & Group activities – Monday – Computer Class.  Set dancing at 8 pm.  Line dancing at 7 pm.  Tuesday – Active Retirement Group meets at 10 am every second Tuesday.  Ceili Dancing Class 8.15 pm – 9.30 pm.  Wednesday – Bowls at 8 pm.  Thursday – Corduff Pipers at 8.30 – 10 pm.  Saturday – Social Dancing.

 

Corduff Raferagh Community Association Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 23rd May 2024 at 9 pm, in Corduff Raferagh Community Centre.

Nomination Forms may be obtained by emailing info@corduffraferagh.ie, or by contacting any member of the present committee.

Please return Nomination Forms before Thursday 16th May 2024.

Should you wish to receive a copy of the Financial Accounts before the AGM, please inform us and we will furnish a copy to you.

Looking forward to seeing representatives from groups and clubs who use the facilities as well as individuals, everyone is welcome, this is your Community Centre.  See https://corduffraferagh.ie/corduff-raferagh-community-association-annual-general-meeting-2024/

 

Steadfast Day Care Services – The proceeds of a recent Poker Classic held in the Mountain Dew was presented to Paddy Reilly on behalf of Steadfast Day Care Services by Felix Brennan and John Fox, organisers of the event.  Well done to all involved.  See https://corduffraferagh.ie/paddy-reilly-presentation/

 

Table Quiz in aid of Parkinson’s 2024 – A Presentation of €1,200 was made by the Hanratty family to the Cavan Parkinsons Branch during the week. The money was raised at a Table Quiz in aid of Parkinson’s held recently in Corduff Raferagh Community Centre. Thank you everyone that contributed in any way.   See https://corduffraferagh.ie/table-quiz-in-aid-of-parkinsons-2024/

 

National Spring Clean – Tomorrow morning, Monday 29th, the skip which is available at Corduff Raferagh Community Centre for your official bags of roadside litter, it is the last opportunity to take part in the National Spring Clean initiative in the Corduff Raferagh area.  Sincere Thank you to everyone who participated this year,  to enhance our local environment for everyone.

 

Darkness into light walk – Please join in on the May 11th walk at 4-15 am at Emmet Park, Ballybay Rd, for the Darkness into Light Walk and afterwards at EUROSPAR for Hot food and Refreshments.

 

POP UP SHOP in Jackson Hall, Farney Street, Carrickmacross on Tuesday 30th April to Saturday 4th May 2024, inclusive. Open from 10.00am each day. Good quality Clothes – Handbags – Shoes – Jewellery – Bric-a Brac – Household items, etc Bargains Galore. In Aid of Crossduff Church, Shantonagh Restoration Fund.

 

Where There’s a Will … There’s a … Relative – For a full report on this very successful show, click on this link https://corduffraferagh.ie/where-theres-a-will-theres-a-relative-success/

 

New Email Address – Corduff Raferagh Community Centre Email address has changed to info@corduffraferagh.ie   Emails sent to the old address will be forwarded to this new address, but we ask that all new communication comes through the email address above.  Also please use the new address above for all community newspapers, webpage or Facebook notices, announcements or events etc.