View Mass broadcast from St Comgalls on 4th January, 1987.
Ireland, 1649. The Catholic faith is banned by English invaders; churches are desecrated, and then closed. A bounty of ten pounds – twice that of a wolf – is placed on each priest’s head. Those captured are hung until nearly dead, their stomachs cut open with cleaving knives, disembowelled while still alive and then beheaded. Finally, their bodies are chopped into four pieces. Anyone found harbouring a priest is hanged immediately.
The Annual All-Ireland Rally for Life will be held in Belfast on Saturday 7th July.
The Annual Apostolic Society Display will take place on 16th/17th June in St Joseph’s Hall and 23rd/24th June in St Comgall’s Hall after all Masses. There will be the usual stalls ie Tombola, Books, Brick a Brac, Plants etc. If anyone would like to donate items, or volunteer to help on the day that would … Read moreApostolic Society – Annual Display
Lord Jesus, the needs of your people open your heart in love to each of us. You care for us when we are lost, sympathise with us in loneliness and comfort us in mourning; you are closest to us when we are weakest. You love us most when we love ourselves least; you forgive us … Read moreNovena Prayer to The Sacred Heart
You can watch Interviews of guests at the 50th International Eucharistic Congress on the internet.