Visit marks Fermanagh’s vital role in World War Two
Top sportsmen and presidential candidate among speakers at event
Fr Brian D’Arcy enjoyed life-long friendship with broadcast legend
ON Monday night last, well-known Passionist author, Fr Daniel O’Leary, the last of the guest speakers, brought the 26th annual Graan Novena of Hope to a close.
Here are five news stories from Fermanagh that you may have missed this week:
DESPITE the wintry night and the fact that this year’s Novena of Hope at the Graan was brought forward a month due to Easter falling early (6th April), the crowds are still turning out in their thousands.
The rector at the Graan in Enniskillen has been hosting his weekly show on BBC Radio 2 since January 1990, and on Monday, on The Chris Evans Show, said a few words before being presented with a cake.
ENNISKILLEN PRIEST Fr Brian D’Arcy has given his thoughts on mental health in a video shared online.
FERMANAGH cleric Fr Brian D’Arcy, CP, the rector of the Graan, was celebrant for the funeral Mass on Monday of former Taoiseach, Albert Reynolds, a long-standing friend of the Belnaleck man.
FR BRIAN D’ARCY has described being diagnosed with cancer as both a ‘gift’ and a ‘warning’ that has allowed him to live each day fully.