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Holy Week Ceremonies

The following are the times for the Ceremonies of Holy Week

Holy Thursday:

Kilmaley 8pm;

Good Friday:

Connolly 3pm

Inch 7.30pm;

Easter Saturday Night:

Easter Vigil — Kilmaley 9pm;

Easter Sunday:

Dawn Mass at Kilmaley Graveyard at 5.30am;

Connolly 10.30am

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Chrism Mass

This Diocesan Mass will take place on Spy Wednesday 17th April evening at 7.30pm in the Cathedral of SS. Peter & Paul Ennis.

All parishes are invited to celebrate this Mass with Bishop Fintan in which the Holy Oils used in sacraments will be blessed and priests and bishops will renew their priestly commitment.

All are welcome.

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Confirmation Day

Congratulations to all our young people who were confirmed on Friday last by Bishop Fintan.

We pray that the Spirit of God will guide them and help them in all their decisions -

CONNOLLY N.S.: Maria Burke, Charlotte Curran, James Doherty, Holly Dunphy, Jamie Healy, Lucy Mc Donnell

INCH N.S.: Joseph Casey, Evan Clancy, Naoise Conlon, Judith Egan,

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Oidreacht an Chláir-Canon Michael McLaughlin

The next video interview from our Community Memories project, funded by the Heritage Council, will be shown in The Malbay, Miltown Malbay on Monday, April 15th at 8.00pm.

Canon Michael McLaughlin (interviewed by Séamus Mac Mathúna) talks of his Donegal parents, his father a Garda stationed in Miltown from the early days of the State, and the family’s visits North

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Apostolic Work Society

If you are blessed with the tal-ents of knitting, sewing, baking etc. and are willing to help, the society would welcome your support for its Annual Display on Sunday, 5th May, 2019.

If anyone would like to donate a sa-cred vessel such as chalice or ciborium in memory of a loved one or in petition or thanksgiving for a favour

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Divine Mercy Sunday

Prayers, Confessions,Holy Mass and Eucharistic Benediction led by Bishop Fintan Monahan on Sunday April 28th starting at 2.30 p.m. in Sts. Peter & Paul Cathedral, Ennis.

The feast of Divine Mercy is a public feast day formally established by St John Paul 11.

The Divine Mercy Devotion is inspired by the experiences and writings of a Polish nun, Sister Faustina,who

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Connolly Community Survey

Just a reminder for people to complete the Connolly Community Survey.

A plan will be developed based on the results of the survey.

We need as many people as possible to complete the survey, from under 18′s to our older residents.

If your household requires printed copies, they are available at McGrath’s Shop, Connolly Church and National School.

Please encourage