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Young Pioneers

The students who made confirmation in the parish national schools this year are invited to make a promise: to abstain from alcoholic drink until they are eighteen and to abstain from illicit drugs for life on May Saturday 19th   6: 30pm mass in the Cathedral. They will receive a pioneer pin and their parents will promise to support and encourage them.  We would appreciate all who wish to participate to come to the front seats of the church around

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Clare Prolife Groups

Clare prolife groups have a “Lifts for Life” scheme throughout Co. Clare, which is created to help prolife voters, who have no means of transport to get to polling stations on May 25th. If you need a lift to the polling station, we will do our best to send a driver your way. We also need drivers to help take people in their locality, to the polling station. If you are looking for a lift or willing to help out

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Choose Life: Prayer for the Child in the Womb

love-bothLord Jesus, you are the source and lover of life.
Reawaken in us respect for every human life.

Help us to see in each child the marvellous
work of our Creator.
Open our hearts to welcome every child as a
unique and wonderful gift.

Guide the work of doctors, nurses and
May the life of a mother and her baby in the
womb be equally cherished and respected.

Help those who make our laws to uphold the
uniqueness and

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Walks for Active Agers

Clare Walks Ltd. Guided Walks for Active Agers (Over 50’s) on Thursday 3rd May @ 11amThe next Guided Walk will start in Kilmaley from the old GAA Club. This is a 7.5km looped walk along part of the Mid Clare Way and will follow quiet roads with a slight detour to the nearby cascades, which is well worth the detour. Returning to the loop, we will again follow quiet roads through unspoiled landscape with some great views. There are