Mar 2

Jim Enright 087-0526

Reporter:

Jim Enright 087-0526

CEMETERY COLLECTION: All families with graves in Craughaun Cemetery are requested to contribute to the upkeep of the cemetery by returning their annual donation at the Masses this coming weekend.

CEMETERY COLLECTION: All families with graves in Craughaun Cemetery are requested to contribute to the upkeep of the cemetery by returning their annual donation at the Masses this coming weekend.

PLAYING SEASON STARTS: Cratloe played two challenge matches in preparation for the coming season on Sunday. The senior team minus the county panellist played Monaleen while the U-21 team played Doon. The U-21 team are due to meet Clarecastle in the championship shortly.

CONFIRMATION CLASS: Cannon Donal McNamara administered the sacrament of Confirmation to thirty two children in St. John’s Church, Cratloe on Thursday where he informed them that he was very impressed with the overall presentation of the children.

CAMOGIE CLUB CAKE SALE: Cratloe camogie club held a very successful cake and book sale in the community hall on Sunday and it was very well supported.

DONIE RETURNS: Currently holidaying in his native Moyhill is Donie Minogue who was a member of the Cratloe All Ireland U-14 Feile na Gael team in 1986. Donie has been in New York since 1994.

RELIC OF ST. JOHN BOSCO: The relic of St. John Bosco will visit Limerick on the following dates: Our Lady Help of Christian Church, Milford on Wednesday, February 27.

Holy Family Church, Southill on Thursday, February 28.

Salesian College Pallaskenry on Friday, March 1.

Fernbank School, Holy Rosary Parish on Thursday March 7. For more information see www.salesiansireland.ie.