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Sam Maguire

Sam Maguire paid a visit to the school today.

Thanks to Barry our G.A.A. coach and Ciaran Kilkenny for bringing it in.

Below are some photos

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Laudate Festival

 

Our Senior Choir are performing at a Laudate Festival.

This is a festival celebration of Primary School/parish faith community through song  and reflection during Catholic Schools Week. 

WHERE :

Our Lady of Victories Church in Ballymun on Tuesday 31st January at 7.00

This pilot project of the Dublin Archdiocese brings children from twenty one primary schools of the Archdiocese along with parishioners and choirs together to celebrate the gift of one another, to celebrate the gift of Catholic education and to sing an enjoyable, shared and engaging repertoire.

All are welcome (parents, families, friends and parishioners), with free entry to the Laudate festval night.

Catholic Schools week  is on from Sunday 29th January to Saturday February 4th.

Click on this link for primary schools resources in Catholic Schools Week

http://www.catholicschools.ie

 

Active School Week

St Molaga’s has registered to be an Active School

What is an Active School?

The Active School Flag (ASF) is awarded to schools that strive to achieve a physically educated and physically active school community. The process aims to get more schools, more active, more often.

Schools wishing to achieve the ASF begin the process by self-evaluating their current provision across 3 areas: Physical Education, Physical Activity and Partnerships. Schools must also organise an Active School Week programme and commit to having it as part of their annual school calendar. Schools that can say ‘yes’ to all of the ASF success criteria will be awarded with the active flag. The flag remains valid for a period of 3 years after which time schools will be invited to re-apply.

ASF is a Department of Education and Skills initiative supported by Healthy Ireland.

Craig Williams

The school has experienced the sudden death of Craig Williams, a pupil in sixth class due to an accident while on holiday. We are deeply saddened by the death of Craig. Our thoughts are with his family at this time. Craig was a popular member of our school, of Ms McMahon’s Sixth class and a good friend. He enjoyed sports and loved to play football and basketball with his class at lunch. Craig was also a talented member of our school choir. He had a great sense of fun and always had a great big smile on his face. Craig will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all pupils and staff in St. Molaga’s.

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Confirmation Notice

Parish of Balbriggan

I have the pleasure in appointing Fr. Chris Derwin as Chaplain to St. Molaga’s this year. Niamh Morris, our Parish Pastoral  Worker, again takes on the role of overall co-ordination of Sacramental Preparation in the Parish.

I would appreciate if you could publish the following notice on your website:

In the next few weeks, parents/guardians who wish to present their child to prepare for the  Sacrament of Confirmation will be asked for their child’s Catholic Baptismal certificate. Now is a good time to obtain that certificate from the Catholic Church where your child was baptised if you haven’t already got a copy. Only those who have been baptised in the Roman Catholic Church may be presented for these Sacraments”

Again, welcome back and I wish every blessing on the School Cornmunity.

Yours sincerely,

Fr. Eugene Taffe P.P.