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Parish Draw Winners

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2018/19

Muckno Parish DrawWinners  November 2018

1st Prize €1,000 Pat Rice Tullyvin, Castleblayney

2nd Prize €500 Yvonne McManus Roslea, Co. Fermanagh

3rd Prize €200 Mary & Leo Mc Ardle , Dundalk Road Castleblayney

4th Prize €200 Mindszendy Finnegan, Lakeview, Castleblayney

5th Prize €100 Ronan Cunningham, Formil Oram, Castleblayney

6th Prize €100 Donal & Maura Leavy, Annadrummond, Castleblayney

Promoters Prize €100 Helen Mc Eneaney

 

Muckno Parish Draw Winners December 2018

1st Prize €1,000 Noeleen McHugh, Tullynacrunnatt, Castleblayney

2nd Prize €500 Laura Reynolds, Rosvale, Castleblayney

3rd Prize €200 Pete McMahon, Monaghan Rd, Castleblayney

4th Prize €200 Nuala Markey, Senior, Drumgarra

5th Prize €100 Fintan & Mary McCreesh, Dromore, Castleblayney

6th Prize Eugene Creelman, Co Down

Promoters Prize €100 Margaret Toal

 
Mickey says Thank You
         

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I want to say a sincere thanks to you all for the huge number of very kind messages of congratulations on my recent award of the Benemerenti medal from Pope Francis. I see this award as being for not only me but my late father too. Thanks to the priest and others who put my name forward. Thanks too the priests who concelebrated the Mass on the 1st December, to the choir and all who attended the event in Castleblayney College afterwards. I will always think of you for all your kindness to me.                                                                                                              Best Wishes and a Happy Christmas to all!!                                           Mickey Murphy

 
 
Great News for Clogher!!!!!
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     News of Great Joy !

The priests and people of the parish of Muckno welcome the news delivered by the Papal Nuncio Archbishop Jude Okolo, that Pope Francis has chosen Mgr Larry Duffy Parish Priest of Carrickmacross to be the new Bishop of Clogher.

In this time of Advent we are conscious of the theme of a period of waiting leading to the joy-filled news of the birth of Jesus Christ. Our period of waiting for a Bishop following the early retirement of our beloved Bishop Liam Mac Daid, has now been ended with the wonderful news that Fr Larry has been chosen as our new Shepherd.

Fr Larry ministered in our parish from 1978 to 1995 and his gentleness and sensitivity to the pastoral care of the people has left an indelible mark on our community.

As a faith community who have seen his ministry at first hand, we join with the people of the parishes of Enniskillen, Monaghan, Ederney, Clones and Carrickmacross, and with the people of the Diocese of Kitui, in asking God’s blessing on Fr Larry, and we pray he may be given health and contentment as he leads our Diocese in the coming years.

           
 
 
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