Congratulations to Patrick and Judy Handrick( nee Butler) of Moulerstown on the safe arrival of their fourth child, Emma who a sister for Clara, James and Leah. Luddy of the
Last Saturday morning saw the final coming together of the recently held mission which was run by Fr.Derek Ryan and Fr.Denis Luddy of the Redemptorist Order and was a wonderfully insightful mission with large attendances at all of the events. A word of thanks to Fr. O’Connor and the parish pastoral council of Eddie Synnott, Kate Phelan, Eileen Irish, Dave Morrissey, Mary Dunne and Mary O’ Donoghue for all their preparation work. To the church sacristan, Mary Dunne a word of thanks for having the church in full readiness for all the masses and liturgies which took place each morning at 7am and 10am and also at 7.30pm.
With the final date for receipt of submissions drawing near, landowners, residents and concerned persons are asked to note that November 26th is the cut off date to tender their submission. Submissions sheets and contact details are available at Noeleen’s and thanks to her for assisting with this concern. With much of the lower side of Glenmore being the area open for consideration as an access avenue to Great Island in Co. Wexford and as a possible area for the route going north to Dunstown, Co. Kildare along with an identified corridor on the top half of Glenmore parish it is important that all interested in this proposal make their concerns known.
The local St.Vincent de Paul group are currently selling Christmas cards in Noeleen’s at a cost of 3 for a pack of ten card and your support would be much appreciated.
On Tuesday 10th December the visiting chiropodist will be in Glenmore hall at 1pm. If you wish to attend please phone Mary at 087 9780258 to make arrangements.
Taking place in Ferrybnak library on Thursday is a FREE demonstration on Christams flower crafts and Christmas wreaths and table arrangements. All of this is taking place in the community room from 12noon to 1.30pm and all are welcome to attend. The library also has a book club with the next meeting taking place on Novemeber 27th and new members are welcome to come along.
As part of the Bicentenary celebrations for the church of St. James, Glenmore and as a follow on to the recently held mission, the Papal Nuncio, Dr. Charles Brown will be visiting Glenmore next weekend. Dr. Brown will be celebrating the Sunday 11am mass and all are welcome to attend for this special mass. Following the mass there will be a cup of tea and some light refreshments served in Glenmore hall and again all are welcome to join in in this parish event.
Welcomed into the christian church recently was Danny Byrne, son of John and Karen of Carrigcloney who was baptised in the church of St. James.