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Muckno Parish Draw Winners January & February


Muckno Parish Draw 2018/19

January 2019 Winners

1st Prize €1,000 James & Olive Duffy, Tullycara, Castleblayney

2nd Prize €500 Mack Casey, Corrintra, Castleblayney

3rd Prize €200 Gaberielle Farrell, Lackagh, Castleblayney

4th Prize €200 Marie Rafter, Ardbree, Bree, Castleblayney

5th Prize €100 Patricia Irwin, Bree, Castleblayney

6th Prize €100 Kathleen McCahey, Killycard, Castleblayney

Promoters Prize: €100 Rose Morgan

February 2019 Winners

1st Prize €1,000 Raymond Lynch, Drumillard, Castleblayney

2nd Prize €500 Pat Bolger, Park Road, Drumillard, Castleblayney

3rd Prize €200 Fr. John McKenna, Trillock, Co. Tyrone

4th Prize €200 Mickey Duffy, Black Island View, Drumillard, Castleblayney

5th Prize €100 Kathleen Lambe, Annadrummond, Castleblayney

6th Prize €100 Yvonne Duffy, Longfield, Castleblayney

Promoters Prize: €50 Each Terry Burns & Anna Keenan

Afternoon Tea


Joint Christmas 2018

   Joint Christmas Message




For without Him nothing was made that has been made...” John 1:3

Looking around, both close to home and in many places around the world, there seems to be little agreement or unity about very much. Of course, it is the nature of human beings to be argumentative.  Otherwise they would hardly deserve to be called by that name.  Human nature seems to consist of a straining after truth (a good thing) and a desire to be proved right all the time (not such a good thing).  At its best that very argumentativeness has evolved into a foil against allowing differences to become bottled up and so entrenched that rather than arguments we end up with daggers drawn.

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