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Our Mass of Remembrance was held on the 25th of November to remember those we have lost. 

I  WILL JUST SAY THIS 

We bloomed in Spring. 

Our bodies are the leaves of God. 

The apparent seasons of life and death 

our eyes can suffer; 

but our souls, dear,  

I will just say this forthright: 

they are God Himself, 

we will never perish 

unless He does. 

St Teresa of Avila 

The Remembrance Mass, the first celebration of the Eucharist in the school Chapel, was dedicated to honour and celebrate the lives of those of the school community (Past Pupil, Staff, parents, family members of both students and staff who died in the past year. The Mass was celebrated by Mgr. Ciaran O’Carroll and families and friends of the deceased joining via Zoom.  

The beautiful music were from the piano pieces by Maggie (6th Year). Music Junior School Teacher Kevin Sullivan playing ‘Dios, te salve Maria’ (Hail Mary) with Caitríona and Seona on the violin. The Power of your Love is sung by Leeanna (1st Year) and Lindo (2nd  year). The choir is made up of Síofra (TY) and Sophie (6th Year). Hallelujah sung by 1st and 2nd Year Choir with digital piano by Aoife Donovan, Secondary School Music Teacher. 

Thank you for your presence and for celebrating the memory of your loves ones with the school community. 

 

-Matet Gayondato 

 

It was a really beautiful service, the music and readings and Fr. Ciarán’s address were all very moving talking about the Bridge of Tears in Donegal – a place I know very well with a lot of wonderful family associations for me, it’s on the road to my Aunt’s house and Grandad’s homeplace in the wilds of remote north Donegal, a very beautiful place if you ever have the opportunity to visit. 

 

-Robin Stewart 

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