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Are these objects MALE or FEMALE ? by Paddy Finnegan from Melbourne, Australia.
05. March 2010
100%/100 Fr.Powell for the laughs in ' MALE OR FEMALE ' especially the car park one! It's been a while since I've had a good laugh on this web-site. Bonza, mate. You're a star. Also, Happy St.Pat's. Day to the folk I left behind and all ex-pats world wide.
Thanks Patrick
Roses from the heart by Katherine Gribben from Belfast
04. March 2010
Checking out the title above
If you log on to "Roses from the Heart", you can find out more about this project, Katherine.
Summary of Life by Joan from Lurgan
03. March 2010
What a great description of summary of life from Ruth Mc Burney and so true. Very funny.
Thanks Joan. Ruth is a regular contributor and great friend to tullish.com and the T.L.C.group
neighbour by tommy nicholl from banbridge
28. February 2010
grand website enjoy seeing at least once per week thank you
Thanks Tommy
Helloo by P7 from Laurencetown
26. February 2010
this website is amazingg
Mr by Declan McCourt from Kernan
17. February 2010
Just checking Ash Wed evening Mass times
St. Johns Primary School, Gilford by Joan Owens (nee Mc Conville) from .
30. January 2010
Hi, have just recently found this website. Think it is brilliant, bring backs memories of some people who I knew from school. Was wondering is there anybody who went to St. Johns from 1970 to 1977 (when Paddy Mc Flynn was principal) have any photos they can share (just for a laugh) Keep up the good work.
Thanks Joan - hopefully someone will send in some photos.
Winter Photos by Paula Burke from Perth, WA
25. January 2010
Hi Catherine Just been looking through the photos of the snow in and around Laurencetown they truly are just beautiful, makes me feel homesick... The website is great I love to have a good old look through it when I get time. Keep up the good work. Paula Burke
Thanks Paula. It's been a while since we've had any photos from yourself - how about it? Catherine
Mrs by Lynn Mc Key from Craigavon
03. January 2010
I've just read the article The Shammrock Mandolin. John Joe Molloy was my grandfather and I am proud to say he was a gentleman with many many talents.
Thank you Lynn for sending in your message. That article has brought back many happy memories for a lot of poeple who knew John Joe Molloy. Happy New Year,
Mrs by Margaret Connolly from Whitecross Area, Parish of Loughgilly Co. Armagh
02. January 2010
An excellent Parish Website - one of the best I have seen
Thank you,Margaret and a very Happy New year to you from www.tullylish.com
A very Happy New Year by Nan Thomsen from Denmark
01. January 2010
Wishing you a very Happy New Year and all the very best for 2010,it is hard to believe that another year has slipped by. Keep up the good work I love the site and all the photos,I have to have a peep every day just in case I miss something.
Thanks Nan and a very Happy New year to you also. Maybe you will drop in again in 2010.
mrs by dinah buchanan (farnon) from new zealand
27. December 2009
Our Rhona by Colum McGarry from Laurencetown
21. December 2009
It is wonderful to see Rhona's Bene Merenti being displayed on the Organ loft in Laurencetown in the most beautiful case made by the Master Craftsman, Joe Jordan. You know, Catherine, looking at the photos that you had taken of us on the gallery the day before her presentation just brought me back as if it was yesterday. (I must say if you remember, the curiosity got the better of Rhona as she turned up to see how the preparations were going the day before, hence the photos of me in an old T-shirt plus the 13 stone it tried to cover) Apart from her family, Rhona had so many good friends that were close to her, and I'm sure they will share with me on how missed she is. A true inspiration to many within musical circles and out, it was because of her and only her that I am doing what I am doing now. I could go on & on, but I won't. May she rest in peace.
Amen to that, Colum. I hope and pray she is looking down on us all. May she rest in peace.
Shamrock Mandolin by Paddy Finnegan from Melbourne, Australia.
12. December 2009
I really love this web-site. Top marks for the reindeers 'cos they are so funny! Congratulations, Joe & Esther, on the birth of your g/child! Love the pictures,too. Joe, I remember John Joe Molloy, in the seventies, playing "Four Green Fields" on the s/mandolin and I would sing along. He was so proud of this unique instrument he made 'from scratch' I'd love to hear it again. Haven't got any contact details to reach you, Joe. Maybe sometime you could e-mail me. Thanks, Catherine, for the picture of Joe strumming the Shamrock M. Regards, Paddy Finnegan, Melbourne.
Always great to hear from you, Paddy and Happy Christmas to you and your family.
Sr Bernadette by Nora Jordan from Laurencetown
05. December 2009
Loved the photo of Dolores and Sr Bernadette. Well done to all who raised the money.
Thanks Nora.
School Pictures by P.6 and 7 from St. Colman's Bann
24. November 2009
A BIG HELLO! ...from all the P.6/7 pupils in Laurencetown. Thank you for putting our school pictures on the parish website. We all really love looking at them. THANKS!!!
Thank you P6 and 7! See you at your Christmas Concert.
Clare audition by Colum McGarry from Lawrencetown
22. November 2009
Throughout the years it has been a well known fact that being an organist in the Clare is a high, prestigious position, 2nd from St. Peter's, Rome, Catherine, you have told me this. I have practiced day and night, I've went for endless auditions, its would of course, been easier to go for the X factor. Being accompanist tonight for the Parish concert in Banbridge, I wonder if Catherine, you would reconsider and make allowances for me, as the honorary organist position in the Clare has been vacant for a while now, I wonder if I have a hope in fulfilling my career that I so ardently desire? As you are the 'Queen' of (the silver dollar) music, I would ask you to be understanding. Thank you!
Sorry I hadn't read this before the concert, Colum. I must say, there is an improvement - slight, but an improvement! C.
Remember me? by Malachy Kearns from eircom.net
31. October 2009
anyone remember me from schooldays' bann school and laurencetown happy days bannschool1957`/8
Hi Malachy Were you from Laurencetown or surrounding district?
Brendan Kennedy by Marsha O'Loughlin from Denton, Texas
23. October 2009
Catherine, I read Brendan's Obit and was real sorry to hear that he passed. I have very nice memories of Brendan (and Tommy Johnston) I remember he was always standing out by his door when I would pass on the way home from Craigavon Primary on Castle Hill, he would be standing there with Tommy Johnston (SENIOR). Please tell his family I remember him very well as I do some of the other people I see on your web site Marsha
Hi Marsha, Good to hear from you. Brendan's family will be pleased to see your message. Catherine
Harvest Thanksgiving by Bonnie Brennan from Athboy, Co. Meath
17. October 2009
I have just viewed the pictures of the decorated church at Laurencetown, for Mission Sunday 2009, with the theme of Harvest Thanksgiving. The scenes are so professional that they would make great postcards to send to distant parishioners (who may not have access to your website). The pictures would also make a valuable contribution to the 'Intercom' publication next year to give people some new ideas for honouring our bountiful God at this time of year. Keep up the good work - most impressive!
Thanks Bonnie for your supportive comments. This year's Harvest Display has been very popular.
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