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Mass on Sunday 30th, 11.30 am, St. Michael’s – Tommy, Bernard & Roseanne McNally, Greagh & the Duncan families.

Wednesday 3rd May – No evening Mass in Raferagh, due to St. Joseph’s Triduum in Carrickmacross.

Sunday 7th, 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.

To access the full Parish Bulletin and the Webcam facilities please click on this link  https://www.carrickmacrossparish.ie/our-parish/web-cam/

NOTE New Parish Email addresscarrickmacross@clogherparishes.ie

 

St. Joseph’s Triduum will take place on Monday 1st May (St. Joseph’s Feast day), Tuesday 2nd May and Wednesday 3rd May.  Masses each morning at 10am. Evening Mass Mon/Wednesday 1st, 3rd May 7.30pm. Eucharistic Service of Healing Tuesday evening 2nd May at 7.30pm.  Triduum Candles €2.50 each, on sale at Mass times. They may be left in the church for decorating and burning for your intentions during our three day Novena.
The Triduum will be conducted by Fr Mark Byrne, S.O.L.T. he is a native of Dublin, he is involved in Retreats and Lectures.

 

Corduff Pipe Band would like to extend sincere sympathy to James Finnegan and his family on the death of James’ sister Eileen McGuchan in England recently and also to the Mee family on the death of Mary Mee’s sister Sheila Smith. May they rest in peace.

 

CCÉ notes – No set dancing in Corduff on Monday 1st May due to the bank holiday.  Féile Oriel is taking place in Monaghan this weekend, best wishes to local musicians Sinéad and James Finnegan, Martin McCormack, Patrick McGrane and Gráinne Smith who are all performing at the festival.  The county Monaghan Fleadh is taking place in Scotstown on the June bank holiday weekend with competitions taking place on Saturday 3rd June.

 

The Flowers of May comes to Corduff Raferagh Community Centre on Friday 19th of May.  Tickets are on sale from Wednesday 26th of April, available 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.