Gortletteragh

Bell Tour: The Eucharistic Congress Bell arrived at St Mary’s Church, Gortletteragh on Thursday last as its tour of the diocese continued. It was received at the church by Rev. Willie Courtney and a good gathering of parishioners. It was a lovely ceremony with full participation by the congregation. The visit was excellently coordinated on the day by Lorna Heslin.

Bell Tour: The Eucharistic Congress Bell arrived at St Mary’s Church, Gortletteragh on Thursday last as its tour of the diocese continued. It was received at the church by Rev. Willie Courtney and a good gathering of parishioners. It was a lovely ceremony with full participation by the congregation. The visit was excellently coordinated on the day by Lorna Heslin.

Wedding Bells: The marriage took place on Friday last in St. Mary’s Church, Cloone of Laura Reynolds and Cathal Quinn. The celebrants for the occasion were Fr. Sam Holmes and Fr. John Quinn. The bride was attended by her cousin Niamh Masterson and friends Samantha Harte and Caroline Quinn. The groomsmen were Pauric Higgins, Kevin McGrath and Francis Reynolds. The beautiful flower girl was Rachel Reynolds and Jack Reynolds was the handsome page boy. Church music was by Sarah Laine. Following the ceremony the guests joined with the happy couple at the Cavan Crystal Hotel for a celebratory meal and afterwards danced the night away to the music of Night Fever. We wish Laura and Cathal a life of health and happiness.

Death: We offer our sympathies to James and Jacinta Flynn and family, Celbridge on the death of their eighteen year old daughter, Lorraine after a long illness. W will remember the family in our prayers in their time of great grief.

May she rest in peace.

Football Fare: The Gortletteragh Intermediate team starts their quest for a championship success on Sunday next at 3.30 in Carrick when they engage Melvin Gaels.We wish the lads success on the day.

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