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Community Carols Service as Advent begins!
Preparation for Christmas in our community each year includes a coming together to sing and pray. We join with our fellow Christians in a service of prayer, reflections and carols — hosted yearly on a rota. This year, the Catholic Parish of Enniskeane & Desertserges is hosting the service. Everyone is welcome. It will be held at the BEDA Hall, Ballineen, at 7.30pm on Sun Dec 16th.
It will be followed by light refreshments and everyone is invited to bring and share. Children are invited to bring a small parcel – either non-perishable food or a gift of a toy — which will be distributed to families in need by SVP. A collection will be taken up in which adults may wish to support the work of the SVP with West Cork families and Cancer Connect. ... See More / níos móSee Less
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Many thanks to all the people (individuals, youth and community organisations and local businesses) who have decorated the villages of Ballineen and Enniskeane for the Christmas time. May the Lord of Light be always with us. ... See More / níos móSee Less
6 days ago
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There was a last and first at the Station Mass for the townland of Knocks last evening. It is the last Station Mass in the parish for this year. Many thanks to all who have supported the Station Masses this year in our parish.
And there was great excitement because it was the First Station Mass hosted by Denise and John Crowley and their family and the first time Mass was celebrated in their home. Thanks to all the people of all ages who attended. ... See More / níos móSee Less
1 week ago
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The year 1858 was a milestone year for this faith community. It was the first year that the area now known as Enniskeane and Desertserges was joined as one parish with one parish priest. In that year, Fr Domhnal Ó … Continue reading
When Maynooth College opened its door to student priests in 1795, Maurice Roche and John Allen were the first Cork students to enrol in the Maynooth, Co. Kildare, college. They were ordained priests of Cork diocese in 1800. Maurice Roche’s … Continue reading