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  • knockanuare notes- January 16th 2022

    WELCOME to Johanna Flynn as Sacristan in Moyvane. CANDLES: Beeswax Altar candles now available at the Parish Office, €2.00 each St. Vincent De Paul would like to thank most sincerely all who contributed to the annual collection, your donations are greatly appreciated. ST PIO Prayer meeting at Castleisland in the 18th of Jan. at 7.30pm, […]
  • parish newsletter 16th January 2022

    Newsletter 16th January’22
  • Moyvane Notes 10/01/2022

    IT’S A NEW YEAR, a year that can only get better. What have we learned from the past two years? Hopefully we have learned a lot. Did you ever think that you, me and everyone would be going around wearing masks? I go into the supermarket and see someone and I ask myself “Do I […]
  • Knockanuare Notes- January 9th 2022

    COLLECTION for the Needs of the Holy Land will take place at all Masses on 15th & 16th Jan.’22 RADIO Transmission was damaged during Storm Beara. The Engineer has promised to fix it in the near future. HORIZONS; conversation with Billy Ryle- MASS Months Mind for Fr. Kevin will be held in the following Churches: […]

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Recent Comments is an expression of the Global Village in its truest sense. By means of the internet, the old country village has been reborn online. The old village corner has become the the modern website where others from many different cultures can visit to observe the transformation of old ways into new. These strangers may never get to physically experience the passage of life in the village but by means of this site, they may taste the sense of rural life there.