Christian Unity Week

The Christian unity service began at 7:30pm in St. Macartan’s Cathedral in Enniskillen. The service started with the clergymen from all the different denominations as well as the St Macartan’s choir entering in procession. The choir and congregation sang “Be Though My Vision”. After a brief introduction, we walked up to the altar carrying a stone (simulating a building block), making a plea for forgiveness for the transgression stated on the stone and then laying the stones to create a wall. There were 13 of us in total, 2 from St. Michael’s, 2 from St. Joseph’s, 2 from the Enniskillen Royal, 3 from St. Fanchea’s and 4 from Mount Lourdes. The readings and the Gospel (The Prodigal Son – read

Cross Country Roundup

After a few low key outings in December St Michael's athletes got 2017 off to a positive start with some solid, if unspectacular performances, at the Antrim International cross-country on Saturday. The cold, sleety conditions did not deter many of the best young athletes from across Ireland and several visitors from across the Irish Sea, from descending on the firm but challenging Greenmount Course The U13 boys were first into action with St Michael's taking team silver behind the a very strong Westport AC team, the Mayo boys being All-Ireland club champions at U12, U13, U14 and U16 level, their 'weaker' U15 and U17 team taking national bronze medals. With most, if not all, of the Westport a

The Big Spell

By Odhrán Harbinson 8O In summer 2016 I took part in a kid’s TV game show for Sky One entitled “The Big Spell.” My Primary seven teacher, Mrs Gallagher, gave me the opportunity to apply for it, although there were lots of stages to go through before I got as far as the T.V. studios! First I had to fill in an online application form about myself and my interests. A few weeks later I got a phone call from one of the producers asking me to do a telephone interview. At this stage she warned me that there were over two thousand applicants which would be gradually whittled down to twenty T.V. competitors so to be honest I wasn’t very hopeful of going through. An email arrived next asking for m

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