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St. John Bosco GFC raise £1000 for St Mary's

Bosco-donationMany thanks to everyone at St. John Bosco GFC for raising £1000 for St Mary's Church. Photograph: Chairman, Joe Ryan & Tom Tumilty Snr with Canon Brown. Read more...

Ballyholland Primary School raises £1000 for St Mary's Church

BallyhollandMany thanks to everyone at Ballyholland Primary School for raising £1000 towards the renovation of St Mary's Church. The money was raised during a Christmas Raffle. Photographed L-R: Mrs Curran (Vice Principal), Mr McAteer (Principal), Canon Francis Brown, Mrs Quinn (Religious Co-ordinator) with Head Boy, Head Girl and Deputies.

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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2015

schoolsweekbannerWe celebrate Catholic Schools Week from January 25th – February 1st

Every year the Church in Ireland (and in many other countries around the world) takes one week in the year to celebrate the great gift of Catholic Schools. It is an opportunity for us to focus on the Catholic Schools in our parish and the tremendous work being done here.

The theme of Catholic Schools Week this year is: Catholic Schools – Called to Serve. It is a reminder that a school is not just a place where lessons are taught, but that it is a place of faith, where the school community builds up and becomes the body of Christ.

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