Page 3 of Parish Newsletter, 24/08/08

Diary & Noticeboard
Your prayers are requested for John Keogh, brother of Tess Lang, Union, who has died in France. May he rest in peace.
The railings in front of Collooney church have been painted. They were last painted in 2004. The inevitable rusting looks unsightly and demands regular repainting.
Ballinacarrow Development Association will have a general tidy up around the village on Wednesday evening, August 27th. Anybody interested in taking part should meet at the Community Centre at 7 p.m. Litter pickers and bags provided.
"When the world loses touch with religious beliefs the prospects are bleak - relationships break down, marriages are weak, families become fragile, communications atrophy, and the result is that people are vulnerable and alone." (Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi in Britain)
One of the Medjugorje visionaries is coming to Ireland in September. He will give a talk in St. Michael's Church, Enniskillen, on Thursday 18th September. See our notice-board for details of his visit to Enniskillen. For further information telephone 028 66346778.
An education programme is being organised to help people understand and learn more about diabetes.
The next course, which is FREE, will start in The Sligo Folk Park, Riverstown, and will run for 4 consecutive weeks from September 10th, 17th, 24th and 1st Oct 08 from 2.30 - 4.30pm. It is essential to attend ALL four sessions.
More details: Phone 071-46001 9.30 -1.30pm Monday to Friday

Ragworth - a familiar sight at the moment.
St. Augustine (354 430)
Feastday on Thursday next.

Philosopher and theologian, a Father and Doctor of the Church, Augustine is one of the most important figures in the development of Western Christianity. He was brought up a Christian but the Faith meant little to him and he lived a worldly and pleasure seeking life until his conversion to wholehearted Christianity in 386 AD. On the opposite page we give his own description of that famous 'conversion'.

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