Notices


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Reminder: If you are aged between 16 and 17 you can now register for your vaccine. We would like to re-mind everyone aged 18 and over to register for their COVID-19 vaccine through the HSE’s online registration system or on the phone with HSELive. To register you will need your PPS number, your Eircode, email address or phone number. You

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St. Stephen’s Church Maghera

Works are continuing on the repairs to the church roof in Maghera. The cost of these works is €50,791.25. The Parish has a shortfall of €28,000 to meet this project. If you would like to donate towards this project, please place your contribution into an envelope with your name and weekly contribution number on the envelope. We would like to

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Tour of Holy Island

A bus departs the ring of Lough Derg Tourist Office on Tuesday and Thursday at 12.30pm, then by boat from Mountshannon. The tour of the Island is given by Ger Madden and then return to Flanagans on the Lake for a late lunch. Tour and Lunch for €40. Bookings need to be made in advance by contacting 085-1086497.

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Booking of Mass Intentions

Please give at least two weeks notice when booking a Mass intention. One intention will be taken for weekday Masses and for Sunday’s NO more than three family intentions will be taken for Clooney and Quin Churches and one intention for Maghera Church. Please ring the Parish Office during office hours 11am-5pm at (065) 6825612. If there is no answer

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On-line Donations to Parish

In these times of Government lockdown and restrictions on attendances at public masses, many people who are unable to attend church services are interested in contributing to the support of their parish or their priests. Sincere thanks to all our parishioners who have contributed during this time. It is now possible to make a contribution by credit or debit card

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Scripture Thoughts

We are brought to acknowledge that God is the bread of our lives. The call is to place all our trust in God to provide what is essential for our lives. When we do not do so, we are distracted and look for God to feed us in places and in a manner that is not in keeping with whom

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‘Moving from Primary to Secondary School’

A Healthy Ireland at your Library event. Tuesday, 10th August 2021: Online event 1pm – 2.30pm Join Dr. Mary O’Kane, lecturer in Psychology, Early Childhood Studies and Education, as she identifies the changes and challenges for children as they move from primary to secondary school. Dr. O’Kane will offer practical advice for parents on how to best support their children