Monthly Archives: September 2014

Harvest Mass Saturday 18 October 2014

The 2014 Harvest Mass will be celebrated in St Mary’s Church, Cranny on Saturday 18 October at 8pm.IMG_2076 (2) - Copy

This is an opportunity for the parish community of Coolmeen-Cranny to celebrate and thank God for the blessings we have received during 2014.

We thank the Lord for the couples who celebrated the sacrament of marriage, the children who were baptised and those who received the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation.

We also thank the Lord for the fruits of the earth: fruit, vegetables, hay, silage, turf and so much else. We also celebrate our achievements in sport, our festival and so many other community events.

Tidy Towns Report 2014 – Cranny

untitled (6)Congratulations to the Cranny Tidy Towns Group and the members of our community on the very good result and positive report received from the judges of the 2014 Tidy Towns Competition. The overall mark received by Cranny was 267 – which represented an increase of 8 points on 2013.

The Judges began their report by noting ‘Ta Fáilte Romhat Crainnaigh – Welcome Cranny to the Super Valu 2014 National Tidy Towns competition. Although you have an extremely small population, you are enthusiastic and anxious to improve your lovely village’.

To ready the full report please click here 2014 Tidy Towns Report Cranny

A Pastoral Letter on The Permanent Diaconate from Bishop Kieran O’Reilly

Permanent Diaconate

Following consultation with many of the Pastoral leadership groups in the Diocese on the question of the introduction of the Permanent Diaconate, Bishop Kieran has issued a note to be read at all Masses in the Diocese this weekend. You will find the text here Note on the Permanent Diaconate 12 September 2014

 

Bishop Kieran O’Reilly had written a pastoral letter to the people of the diocese on the permanent diaconate. The read the text please click here Diocese of Killaloe Pastoral Letter