“He stood out for his achievements and hard work and his vision and kindness.”
THIS Sunday many churches across the county will open their doors for public Mass and services for the first time for since mid March. Enniskillen churches are among those welcoming people back to the pews. While public services may have returned, some clerics have encouraged people to consider following live services via webcam if possible. […]
Masses will be streamed online and people are asked to “stay away”
Enniskillen parish priest Peter O’Reilly is approaching a milestone as he prepares to celebrate 40 years of priesthood. He’s happy to be back in his native county for the special anniversary, but reveals that often his work can be very demanding. Mgr O’Reilly is the parish priest at St Michael’s Parish, and he will mark […]
THOSE driving or walking along the Queen Elizabeth Road in Enniskillen may have noticed a distinguished Edwardian era building which has for years been hidden away behind overgrown bushes and trees. The Enniskillen Parish Community Centre, which had deteriorated over the years was practically invisible behind the ageing, evergreen trees and burgeoning shrubbery on the […]
We asked two local figures, who know well throught their work how hard Christmas can be for many, for their advice for keeping well.
Fr Brendan McManus speaks out on his brother’s death ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day.