Births & Marriages

Births & Marriages
BAPTISED INTO THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY – 2016

IN ST. MARY’S CLOGHEEN – 2016
MARCH: Ruan Andrew Moloney
MARCH: Ané Mary Healy
APRIL : Conall Patrick Ryan
APRIL: Jack Patrick Kent
MAY : Shea Paul Mullins
MAY: Ruth Margaret Fleming
MAY: Grace Josepine Fleming
MAY: Eve Francis Fleming
Savannah Fennessy

IN ASSUMPTION CHURCH BURNCOURT – 2016
Sinead Mulcahy
Laura Mulcahy
Lauren Creed

USEFUL INFORMATION

www.gettingmarried.ie
www.accord.ie
www.ehow.com
www.catholic-saints.info/
www.roman-catholic-catechism.com/catholic-baptism.html
EARLY APPOINTMENT TO BE MADE WITH THE PARISH PRIEST TO RESERVE YOUR WEDDING DATE AND MAKE RESERVATION FEE. THE MINIMUM NOTICE REQUIRED FOR BOTH CHURCH AND STATE IS 3 MONTHS.
AT THIS TIME , ADVICES WILL BE GIVEN REGARDING APPROPRIATE CHURCH MUSIC AND HYMNS.
When decorating the church for wedding, please be aware that no flowers are to be placed on the altar.
Church Music/ Hymns are to be used in the sacred ceremony.
A list of appropriate church hymns are to be found within the Accord booklet that you would have received during your Accord pre-marriage course. Do consult with your Priest for guidance with your church music / hymns.
The musician and or singer/s for your wedding must consult with the priest in advance of the wedding day.

Married 2016

MARCH 2016 : BARRY HAYES / LINNSEY TICKNER IN BURNCOURT CHURCH
MARCH 2016, MARK ENGLISH / ROSIE LONERGAN IN BALLYBACON CHURCH
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BAPTISM :

Please request baptism one month in advance to facilitate a visit to your home by the parish baptisimal team and to plan the day of Christening. Please include either the original or a copy of the State Cert n of Birth of your child for registration purposes.

Confer with the Priest before the choice of Godparents are made.

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CATHOLIC WEDDING Questions and Answers:

Can we get married in a civil ceremony and then have a Catholic wedding ?

The Church does not recognize a civil wedding ceremony as valid when one or both people are Catholic.

If a couple are married in a civil ceremony, the Catholic person(s) are asked to refrain from receiving Eucharist

until the marriage is recognised as valid by the Church.  The reason for this, in a nutshell, is that the Church recognizes

marriage as a spiritual reality, not just a piece of paper or a legal formality.

If you’ve already been married in a civil ceremony, how can you have your marriage recognized as valid by the Church ?

Talk to your priest, who will probably recommend a process called ‘convalidation’ ; it usually involves an expedited marriage preparation process ( to determine that there is no impediment to the marriage ) and a simple celebration of the sacrament of marriage so that the consent of the couple to be married can be witnessed by the Church.

 

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