Much Appreciation to Our Frontline Responders

Published on April 3, 2020

We have been told repeatedly over the past few weeks that what is vital is to try to slow

down the spread of the virus, and the best way to do that is by creating a distance with others outside the home.

The corona virus is no respecter of money or status, of rich or poor, we are all equal regardless of our religion. This disease treats us all equally we are all at risk .Our task now is to mind ourselves and mind each other. It calls for great patience and caring. Wasn’t it wonderful to see 80 young Irish doctors returning from Australia to “look after” their own people? The spontaneity of the clapping to show appreciation to our Health workers on Thursday night week last was reassuring. Couple those happenings with over 25,000 retired and ex health workers volunteering to help deal with the present emergency truly shows what is at  the heart of our nation. Each and every one has to do their bit. The social distancing and self-isolation don’t come naturally or easy but if that’s the remedy, we get on with it. Maybe in doing that we might discover a new and better way of living the life we have been given.

  1. A Big Thanks for your continued support, prayers and good wishes. We have had to postpone all Baptisms and Weddings until further notice and Funerals will be private, strictly very close family only, all in the interests of the health of us all. If there is anyone that needs to be contacted or helped in any way, please let us know and we will be delighted to do the needful.

Gods Blessings on all of you and keep safe.