Monthly Archives: November 2013

The death has occurred of Alan COLEMAN Killeens, Cork

  Coleman (Cork): On November 15, 2013, unexpectedly, ALAN, late of Killeens, dearly beloved son of Kieran and Joan (nee Corcoran), loving brother of Amy and much loved grandson of Con and Joan. Sadly missed by his loving father, mother, … Continue reading

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Christmas Carol Concert Sunday1st December 2013 at 4pm in aid of the Church Restoration Fund   Main Sponsor: Blackpool Credit Union Featuring: Linda Kenny, Paud O’ Donoghue, Blackpool Parish Choir, Frankfield Gospel Choir, The Butter Exchange Brass and Reed Band, … Continue reading

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Pope Remembers Victims of Flooding in Sardinia

  Leads Faithful in Prayer For Those Suffering on Italian Island VATICAN CITY, November 20, 2013 (Zenit.org) – The Holy Father remembered the victims of flooding in the Italian island of Sardinia today in a message to the President of … Continue reading

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The Church is Not the Master of Forgiveness, But Its Servant

: The Church is Not the Master of Forgiveness, But Its Servant Stresses The Ministry of Priests as Bringers of the Mercy of God VATICAN CITY, November 20, 2013 (Zenit.org) – The faithful do not have a duty but a … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence O’Toole

Feastday: November 141125 – 1180 St. Lawrence, it appears, was born about the year 1125. When only ten years old, his father delivered him up as a hostage to Dermod Mac Murehad, King of Leinster, who treated the child with … Continue reading

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Pope Francis: “Take the Grace of Baptism and Become a Light for All”

Calls on Faithful To Confess in Order to Renew Graces Received in Baptism   By Junno Arocho Esteves   VATICAN CITY, November 13, 2013 (Zenit.org) – Continuing his catechesis on the Creed, Pope Francis referred to the Sacrament of Confession … Continue reading

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St. Josaphat of Polotsk

1580 – 1623 Josaphat, an Eastern Rite bishop, is held up as a martyr to church unity because he died trying to bring part of the Orthodox Church into union with Rome. In 1054, a formal split called a schism … Continue reading

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