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St Joseph’s Church, Fincairn

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St Mary’s Church, Altinure

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Sundays: Vigil 5.30pm. 10.30am
Weekdays: Tue & Thur 10.00am
First Friday : 7.30pm

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St Peter’s & St Paul’s Church, Ballymonie

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Sundays: Vigil 7.00pm. 10.30am
Weekdays: Wed & Fri 7.00pm

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  • Saint Maximilian Kolbe

    Jan 1, 1970 | 01:00 am

    Saint Maximilian Kolbe Saint Maximilian Kolbe Feast date: Aug 14 Saint Maximilian Kolbe, the Polish Franciscan priest, missionary and martyr, is celebrated throughout the Church today, August 14. The saint died in the concentration camp at Auschwitz, during World War II, and is remembered as a “martyr of charity” for dying in place of another prisoner who had a wife and children. He was canonized by Pope John Paul II on October 10, 1982.St. Maximilian is also celebrated for his missionary work, his evangelistic use of modern means of communication, and for his lifelong devotion to the Virgin Mary under her title of the[…]

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