Dear Friends and Parishioners What a mixed bag of weather we have had this summer, more like autumn sometimes! Our climate never leaves us short of conversation material. It also makes us aware of t...Read More
Dear Friends and Parishioners The excitement, noise and bustle of the TT races is behind us. Despite the downturn in the weather bringing more rain and mist than sunshine and dry spells, the bikers ...Read More
Dear Friends and Parishioners Well the excitement of the TT races will have been and gone by the end of the first week of this glorious month of June. We pray that there will have been fine weather,...Read More
I hope you had a very Happy Easter. We are looking forward to continuing the celebrations of Easter throughout the coming weeks. Unlike Christmas that is over in a week or two at most, this season las...Read More
Dear Friends and Parishioners I am sure you have noticed the number of sets of traffic lights that have appeared around the island over the past months. The ones at the Glen Darragh Crossroads in Gl...Read More
Dear Friends Spring is almost upon us and as the earth comes to life once again, so we look to our spiritual renewal as we approach Lent. A ‘buzz word’ in Church circles these days is ‘discipl...Read More
Dear Friends and Parishioners, It seems rather early to issue the greeting of ‘Merry Christmas and Happy New Year’. As I write this letter we are still in the final days of November and are waitin...Read More
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