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Funeral Notice of Bernard (Barney) Hanlon

Peacefully while surrounded by his loving family in the tender care of the doctors and nurses in St. James’ Hospital. Predeceased by his loving wife Nora, sadly missed by his children John, Paul, Gerard, Bernadette and Anna-Maria, son-in-law Niall, daughter-in-law Kerry, grandchildren Liam, Jack and Gabriel, his sister Ellie, brother Jim and sister-in-law Ellie. Dedicated husband, father, brother, uncle and friend to many. He loved life and will be missed by all.
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Funeral Notice of Dr. David P. McINERNEY

McInerney, Dr. David P. (Rathfarnham, Dublin) peacefully on the 5th August 2019, beloved husband of Máire (née MacNeill) and loving father of John, Stephen and Colm, brother of Brendan and Joan (Kavanagh); he will be sadly, missed by his loving family, grandsons Joseph, Michael and Matthew, daughters-in-law, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law. nieces, nephew, grandnephew, relatives, neighbours and many friends.
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Funeral Notice of Patrick (Pat) COX

Cox Patrick (Pat) (Rathfarnham, Dublin) 2nd August 2019 (peacefully) at Tallaght University Hospital. Beloved husband of the late Mary. He will be sadly missed by his children Dermot, Paul, Gemma, daughter-in-law Mary, grandchildren Alysia, Stephen, Dermot and Simon, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Predeceased by grandchildren Liam and Christopher, brothers Larry and Dermot.
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Vatican confirms Medjugorje approval by joining youth festival Senior Vatican representatives joined the first officially approved church festival at Medjugorje, three months after Catholic pilgrimages to the site in Bosnia-Herzegovina were authorized by the pope. The pope's apostolic visitor to Medjugorje, Archbishop Henryk Hoser, who presided over the festival Aug. 3, said the hilltop shrine had become "a place of meeting and knowing," adding that "the secret of Medjugorje" was "an invisible reality, but intense and very present." A ban on pilgrimages organized by Catholic dioceses and parishes was lifted under a papal decree May 12, making possible the five-day festival…
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Best You Can Be: Ballyroan

Best You Can Be Parishioners from Ballyroan, Churchtown and Rathfarnham parishes are invited to take part in a reflective day entitled Best You Can Be on Saturday 21st September 2019 in The Ruah Pastoral Centre, Ballyroan. Best You Can Be is an introduction to developing adult faith. It aims to explore the nature of adult faith in keeping with Pope Francis’ vision that Christians would
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Heritage Walk

Join local historian Tony Duffy as he takes you on a walk and talk to local places of interest in Rathfarnham. You will learn about the 1798 Rebellion and the many famous people who have visited the area. The Walk takes place this Tuesday August 20th, meeting at the Anne Devlin statue, Main St. Rathfarnham at 7pm. All are very welcome. More information is available
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Ballyboden St. Enda’s GAA 50th Anniversary

The 50th anniversary commemorations of the founding of Ballyboden St Enda’s GAA Club continue on Saturday August 31st with a special anniversary mass in memory of all deceased club members. The mass will take place at 7.00PM in the Ballyboden St Enda’s GAA Clubhouse on the Firhouse Road and will be concelebrated by Clergy from all the local parishes. Everyone is welcome.
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Best You Can Be: Ballyroan

Best You Can Be Parishioners from Ballyroan, Churchtown and Rathfarnham parishes are invited to take part in a reflective day entitled Best You Can Be on Saturday 21st September 2019 in The Ruah Pastoral Centre, Ballyroan. Best You Can Be is an introduction to developing adult faith. It aims to explore the nature of adult faith in keeping with Pope Francis’ vision that Christians would
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Heritage Walk

Join local historian Tony Duffy as he takes you on a walk and talk to local places of interest in Rathfarnham. You will learn about the 1798 Rebellion and the many famous people who have visited the area. The Walk takes place on Tuesday August 20th, meeting at the Anne Devlin statue, Main St. Rathfarnham at 7pm. All are very welcome. More information is available
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