Congratulations to Olivia Connor and Seamus Reilly who were married on Saturday March 10th. Olivia was Parish Representative for Child Protection. We thank her for her commitment to that role during the past six years. We wish Olivia and Seamus a long and happy life together.
Well done to everyone who took part in our recent Art and Modelling competition. The results are as follows -
Boys U8 1st Aidan Mulvihill, 2nd Oran Killian.
U10 1st Harry Murray, 2nd Jack Sweeney.
U12 1st Oisin Brogan, 2nd Daniel Farrell, 3rd David Sweeney.
Girls U8 1st Roisin Kenny, 2nd Lily Fox.
U10 1st Cathy Kelly, 2nd Alexandra Neilon, 3rd Ruth Farrell.
U12 1st Abaigh Smyth-
U14 1st Molly Fox, 2nd Aine Bannon.
Modelling U10 Tony Bermingham, U12 Luke Mulvihill and U14 Niall Casey.
Well done also to Alanna Flood and Jack Sweeney who won the Handwriting competition .
The winners of the Art and Modelling go forward to the county final in Carrickedmond on Fri March 23rd at 6pm. The Handwriting Competition will be held in Killoe on Wed 21st, 7.30-
Enrolment is now open for September 2012. We offer the ECCE Scheme (free pre-
CASHEL GAA LOTTO
The Cashel GAA Lotto now exceeds €8,600. To be in with a chance of winning, play your numbers now! There are weekly, monthly or yearly options available.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament continues on Wednesdays from 3.00pm to 9.00pm. Thanks to those who give their time to quiet prayer. Others are invited to join them.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
The Stations of the Cross is a devotion that may be performed at any time of year but is particularly suited to the Lenten Season. Instead of the Rosary, the Way of the Cross will be followed on the Fridays of Lent at 7.30pm. All are urged to make a special effort to participate in this traditional devotion.
During Lent, Mass will be celebrated at 7.00am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. This arrangement will give a greater number of people an opportunity to come to Mass during Lent.
TALKS ON THE EUCHARIST
Six presentations on different aspects of the Eucharist will be given in the Pastoral Centre, St Mel’s College, on the Wednesdays of Lent. The fourth presentation, entitled “Eucharist and Community” takes place on Wednesday March 21st at 8.00pm. The speaker is Moya Hegarty. All are welcome.
Congratulations to the twenty-
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY
First Holy Communion, Sunday May 13th, 12.00 noon.
The Irish language conversation group are meeting in the Hill at 8am on this and every Thurs night. All members please attend and new members are always welcome.
For all lovers of the language an interesting programme called Bernard Dunne Bród continues each week at 7.30pm on RTE 1. Bernard only started to learn Gaelic recently and is an inspiration to many. Hope you will have a look at it.
If you want any further details of our group give Liam Finnegan a call on 086 2585656.
PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL
The Parish Pastoral Council will meet in “The Hill” on Wednesday week, March 28th, at 8.30pm. All members are asked to attend please.
SPRING STATION MASSES
Fr Brady wishes to extend his appreciation and thanks, for their welcome, hospitality and generosity, to the thirteen households who hosted the Spring Station Masses recently. A feature on this occasion was the number of young couples who took the Station for the first time – a trend which augurs well for the future of the tradition.
NEWTOWNCASHEL TODDLER GROUP
Newtowncashel Toddler Group continues to meet every Tuesday morning in “The Hill” from 9.45am – 12.15pm. Please feel free to join us anytime! On Tuesday March 27th Joanna from Ardagh Music Room will join us for some Kindermusik.
Sincere apologies to all readers of the Local Notes in the Longford Leader for the non-