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A Prayer of St. Brigid

I’d like to give a lake of beer to God.

I’d love the heavenly

Host to be tippling there

For all eternity.

I’d love the men of Heaven to live with me,

To dance and sing.

If they wanted, I’d put at their disposal

Vats of suffering

I’d sit with the men, the women and God

There by the lake of beer.

We’d be drinking good health forever

And every drop would be a prayer.

 

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Is food a problem for you?

  Do you obsess about food and/or weight? Do you eat when you’re not hungry? „ Do you binge, purge or restrict? „Is your weight affecting your life? Contact Overeaters Anonymous: NO dues  •  NO fees  •  NO weigh-ins  •  NO diets. Meeting held in Ennis weekly on Sundays at 8pm, St Joseph’s Hall, Kincora Park. All welcome. For further information call Grainne on: 085 7418199.

 

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Free Transport Service

The Irish Cancer Society operates a free transport service for patients attending hospital for chemotherapy treatment. Volunteer Drivers pick the patient up at the door of their home, drop them at the hospital door, then when finished treatment, will pick them up and drop them home. Volunteer expenses are paid. Patients wishing to avail of this free service should contact their healthcare professional, visit the Society’s website at irishcancer.ie or contact the Irish Cancer Society for more information on 01

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World Day of Prayer for the sick

world-day-of-prayerMass of Healing and Anointing, Saturday February 10th, St. Joseph’s Church; 11am

World Day of the Sick, a celebration started by Pope John Paul II as a way for believers to offer prayers for those suffering from illnesses. The day coincides with the commemoration of Our Lady of Lourdes. People around the world take the time to pray for the sick and for those who work very hard to alleviate the sufferings of the sick on this day. Faith organizations

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‘Come and See’ weekend for men discerning a priestly vocation, and it is open to all dioceses in the Munster region.  The weekend will take place in the Pallotine College, Thurles on Friday 23rd February at 6pm and concludes on Saturday (24th) at 3pm.   Advance booking is required.  The event is free of charge.  For further details please contact Fr. Iggy McCormack 086 2777139 or Fr. Brendan Quinlivan 087 2736310