Remember me ….

In the past few days people have received calls from Donald Trump, inviting them to Trump Towers and they went in the expectation of receiving an appointment to his administration.  He’s now in “power” and will gather around him people who seek power.  He’s no different to many others in…

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The Rosary is told …

The Isle of Inisfree has always been one of my favourite songs.  I especially love the beginning of the closing verse where the man recalls his home and “the folks I love” gathered around the fireplace where “on bended knee their Rosary is told”.  Not prayed, said, recited but “told”.…

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Knock Basilica Re-dedication

Earlier I looked at Cardinal O’Malley’s Blog and notice he has included piece on his recent visit to Ireland, especially to Knock and Ballintubber Abbey.  Was pleased to see, in his post, some photos I’d taken!  More importantly I was pleased to see a link to a YouTube video of…

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A few words shared

Today we had Mass in Kilmovee.  We remembered there Joe Smyth, a former teacher and Community Man who was an inspirational figure, leaving quite a legacy behind.  In recent years a Summer School, named in his memory, has taken place in the parish.  It begins this week and we had a…

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From the Sacred Heart Down …

In fairness, the title betrays my preference or prejudice, depending which way you look at it!  I’d like to think Faith, but you can decide …. On Friday I went to St Nathy’s College Hall to visit a Trade Exhibition of local businesses. Part of the #LetsConnect initiative, it was organised by…

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