Thought from Fr. Colm -19th June

We are seeing some light on the horizon regarding church openings. Thanks to strenuous efforts in the part of our parish Buildings and Health and Safety Committee, we are putting in place the required laws regarding your protection. Some churches are open in the Diocese and soon we’ll have more churches opening, but this will be gradual. These will open for prayer only. But at least we are getting there.

Keep an eye to the request in the bulletin for volunteers in the event of us being able to open churches.

Let us continue to support and pray for our schools in this ever-changing landscape of Government directives. We thank them for being there.

We remember over the next week those great saints Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More, and last but not least St. John the Baptist .

Again, can I ask that you let me know if someone you know would like a chat .

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