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Stained Glass in St Michael’s, Upper Glanmire

September 1, 2009

Two stained glass windows were commissioned for St Michael’s Church, Upper Glanmire and were installed in December 2009. It is the first stained glass in the 200 year old church. This great enrichment of an already beautiful church is the gift of the late Mary Buckley, Ballinvriskig: the windows are in memory of her and her late husband Paddy. […]

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Five First Communion Cermonies in Glanmire Parish

August 16, 2009

The month of May is the month of Mary but it is also the time when the children of the local schools receive their First Communion. This year there were five ceremonies. The children from New Inn school had their communion on 9th May, followed by St Joseph’s, Riverstown who had two separate ceremonies on […]

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Safeguarding Children Policy of Glanmire Parish

May 30, 2009

Safeguarding Children Policy Glanmire Parish We, in the Parish of Glanmire, value and encourage the participation of children and young people in Parish liturgies and activities that enhance their spiritual, physical, emotional and social development. We recognise the dignity and rights of children and are committed to their protection and support. All relevant procedures are […]

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Bicentenary of St Michael’s Church

Bicentenary of St Michael’s Church

October 17, 2008

Ballinvriskig, Upper Glanmire A special Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated on Saturday, 11th October 2008, with Bishop John Buckley as Principal Celebrant. A packed church heard Share post  Follow us     

The Catholic Church in France – by Fr Noel O’Sullivan

October 5, 2008

Sunday, 05 October 2008 20:42 by Noel O’Sullivan[1] My memory of visiting churches in Paris in the early eighties is one of bidding adieu to a Christian past: with seats covered in dust, these beautiful buildings had become home to skeleton congregations and classical concerts. In their grey suits and collars and ties, the clergy […]

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Mass broadcast on RTE Radio from Upper Glanmire Church

September 22, 2008

Mass was broadcast on RTE radio on Sunday morning, 21st September, from St Michael’s Church, Upper Glanmire – See Homily. This was part of the bicentenary celebrations that are taking place this year. The celebrant was Fr Noel O’Sullivan P.P. whose homily is available on this site (See News and Updates). Mass was also broadcast […]

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Homily of Mass broadcast on RTE Radio from St Michael’s Church

Homily of Mass broadcast on RTE Radio from St Michael’s Church

September 21, 2008

Mass broadcast on RTE Radio from St Michael’s Church, 21 Sept 2008 Homily of Fr Noel O’Sullivan The reason that we are opening up our Mass this morning to you who are listening to your radio in all parts of the country is that we are celebrating a special birthday. This year marks two hundred […]

Mass at Coolgreen on the Feast of the Assumption

August 15, 2008

An unexpectedly large number of people came to Coolgreen on the evening of 15th August for Mass on an ancient Christian site, situated on the farm of Tim and Catherine O’Mahony. Nobody seemed to notice the rain, such was the beauty of the place and the rich heritage that was evoked in this natural sanctuary. […]

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Henri de Lubac’s Surnaturel: An Emerging Christology

January 1, 2007

Full text of the Henri de Lubac article by Fr Noel O’Sullivan Published in the Irish Theological Quarterly 72/1 (2007) http://articleworks.cadmus.com/doc/778818 Share post  Follow us     

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