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Cemetery Appeal

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Cemetery Appeal

All who prayed in our parish cemeteries were impressed how tidy and well maintained they looked.Cemetary The council gives a grant for grass cutting but it falls well short of the real expense incurred. The Church cemetery is not part of the scheme. The Community council would appreciate your support in showing reverence for all our dead. A donation of €10 each year greatly helps. You may give your donation in an envelope at church or in any of the shops. Thank You.


Credit Union’s 30th A.G.M

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On December 5th Mullinahone credit union will hold its AGM. The AGM will take place in the Knocknagow Community Centre with 8pm start. This will be the 30th AGM of Mullinahone Credit union much water has flowed under the Five Eye Bridge and many changes have taken place in the local community since the first AGM of the credit union By far the biggest change has been is in the size of the credit union then and now and also of its recognition.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 November 2007 16:06

Juvenile GAA Calendar

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People involved with the juvenile club are in the process of calling to houses in the process of calling to houses to sell their very impressive calendar to raise funds for the club for the coming year.gaa


This is certainly a well put together calendar with our county under 14 winning team taking pride of place in the front. All of this years underage teams along with some action shots of our under 10’s taken by Neill Thompson are also included. Chairman Johnny Kennedy thanks sincerely the sponsors of the calendar who paid to have their adverts included.

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 May 2008 10:46

Three visiting priests

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Three priests from Australia visited Mullinahone last week and all three had Mullinahone connections. Their coming is a wonderful tribute to the faith of our people who went over seas.


Fr. Brendan Quirke has his roots firmly established in Poulacapple

Fr. Matthew Mullon worked with Fr. Tom Kennedy in the diocese of Maitland

Fr. Paul Ventiein was educated in the secondary school where Brother Joseph Crowley of Kilvemnon was teaching.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2007 09:35

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"And I wouldn't much care for Sierra Leone, If I hadn't seen Killenaule
And the man that was never in Mullinahone,
Shouldn't say he had travelled at all."


poet. C.J. Boland