This week we celebrate Catholic Schools Week which is linked closely to the Jubilee Year of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis. The theme is Catholic Schools: Challenged to Proclaim God's Mercy.
All of us are challenged to be the face of God's mercy in our school, in our community and in our world. We are asked to consider how we can be the face of God's mercy when we are kind and compassionate, when we think of others, when we try to live like Jesus. Above all we are asked to be the face of God’s mercy when we forgive and reconcile, especially with those we find difficult.
When we see the way that Jesus heals, the way he forgives, the way he loves, we see the mercy of God. We are called to be like Jesus so we, too, must try to be the face of God's mercy to those whom we meet.. . . ...Read More
An Invite to join in with the Parish Prayer Day for Marriage and Family Life on the 9th day of each month.Read More »
An Oasis of Mercy: Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Eamon Martin to the Archdiocese of Armagh for the Year of MercyRead More »
Our local Scouts are bringing the Peace Light from Bethlehem to Dungannon at a special Mass on Sunday 20 December at 12:30pm.Read More »