The long awaited day, Saturday 9th June arrived and over 500 children and parents from the parishes throughout the Derry and Raphoe Diocese descended on Limavady Leisure Centre. Prayers had been answered and thankfully the sun shone. As everyone queued for drinks and refreshments on arrival, there was a buzz of excitement and expectation in
Jesus Doesn’t See a Label he Sees Potential - This was the message of Helen Clarke, guest speaker at the Prayer Breakfast organised by Derry and Raphoe Diocese on 24th March 2018. Helen had travelled from her home in Lurgan on a bright sunny morning to join with eighty six members for a delicious, hearty breakfast,
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Some of the ladies from Derry and Raphoe settling down in anticipation of a great afternoon at the Big Sing. They were not disappointed, it was a wonderful, uplifting and inspiring event in a beautiful venue.
The proud ladies of Clondevaddock Mothers’ Union with their new banner, on its first outing at the Area service in Raphoe Cathedral, Donegal
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Mothers’ Union members in Leckpatrick and Dunnalong along with children and parents at the community Children’s Day, held as part of their project for their Dorcas Project for the Presidents’ Shield.
Clondehorkey Mothers’ Union on the 7th October 2017 celebrated the 70th Anniversary of their Branch at the home of Mrs Mary Good, Diocesan President in Leatbeg, Fanad. On arrival the members received a warm and wholesome welcome from Mrs Good. The Bishop and Mrs Good built their home on the site of the former Leatbeg National