Easter in Bandon Parish 2014
On Monday April 21st 2014 Bandon Parish Assembly started its new term in office. Twenty members from the previous assembly will go forward along with 10 new members. Let us acknowledge the wonderful work completed by the previous assembly and wish God’s blessings on those who have retired for now. We welcome our new members and new assembly officers and wish them every success for the next three years in the work they do in God’s name.
Chairperson: Esther Sinnott
Secretary: Maura McCarthy
Vice Chairperson: Theresa McCarthy
Bandon Parish Assembly held a daffodil coffee morning on Tuesday March 25th 2014 in the parish centre after morning mass. We wish thank all who were involved in the fundraising event. Thank you to all who donated gifts for the raffle, our bakers and volunteer tea/coffee makers. A special Thank you to all contributed to the funds. Together we raised €765.21 and some money is still coming in to this very worthy charity. Well done to all involved. Check out our Facebook page and also daffodil day Bandon Facebook page to see photos of all Daffodil fundraising events that took place this year.
“Little children, let us not love with word and speech, but with actions and in truth”. (1 John 3:18)
Céad Míle Failte
Welcome to a Parish where the Parish assembly facilitates the involvement of the community in the life of the parish.
Welcome to our website – we hope it gives you an insight into the life of the parish.
If you are coming to live in our parish- please make yourself known and we will make you welcome.
Fr John Fr Anthony
In confession… we open our lives to healing, reconciling, restoring, uplifting grace of Him who loves us in spite of what we are.
First Confession dates for children preparing for First Holy Communion are as follows:
Wednesday February 26th 2014.
Scoil Phadraig Naofa, Presentation Primary School, Bandon Bridge. 7.00pm St Patrick’s Church.
Baptism is the foundation of Christian Life… it is upon baptism that we build our lives as followers of Christ. Baptism is the sacrament in which we are freed from original sin, become children of God, and members of the Church. We are unable to receive any other sacraments until we first have been baptized. It is because of our baptism that we have hope of eternal life!
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