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Light up a Memory Mass

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Monday, November 13th, 2017

November is the month that we remember all our loved ones who have passed and gone to heaven. In Killinarden, we especially remember all those who have died in the last year with our ‘Light up a Memory Mass’. It is always a very poignant and beautiful mass. We would like to thank all our Parish Volunteers for helping organise



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John Paul II Award

Posted on
Thursday, April 27th, 2017

In November 2016 we had 8 members of our Youth Group receive the John Paul II Award, 6 Gold and 2 Papal. This was a huge achievement and no other parish had as many receiving an award. The students had put a lot of effort into the programme; committing themselves to volunteering in the parish as well as their community.





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Being A parish Youth Worker

Posted on
Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Being a Parish Youth Worker

‘Preach the Gospel at all times. If necessary use words’ I first came across this quote by St. Francis of Assisi while I was in college and to this day it still strikes the core of my being. We are called to be examples of Christ’s love, of God’s love in everything that we do,



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John Paul II Awards

Posted on
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

The Pope John Paul II Award offers young people the chance to learn the way of service and to develop the skills of Christian leadership. Christian service gives them the opportunity to think beyond themselves and their own needs and to reach out to others. The way of leadership based on knowing the person and the teachings of Jesus gives



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