News archive 2005

Meath Parishes issue Funeral details for the five young girls who died in yesterday’s accident in Co. Meath

PRESS RELEASE

24 MAY 2005

MEATH PARISHES ISSUE FUNERAL DETAILS FOR

THE FIVE YOUNG GIRLS WHO DIED IN YESTERDAY’S ACCIDENT IN CO MEATH

 
The following funeral arrangements have been issued by the parishes of
Beauparc-Kentstown and Donore- Rosnaree on behalf of the bereaved families
in their communities:
 
DEIRDRE SCANLON:
Thursday 26th May 2005:
10.30am Removal from home to Church of the Assumption, Beauparc
11.00am Requiem Mass
Burial will follow in adjoining Cemetery.
 
SINEAD LEDWIDGE:
Thursday 26th May 2005:
1.30pm Removal from home to Church of the Assumption, Beauparc
2.00pm Requiem Mass
Burial will follow in adjoining Cemetery
 
AIMEE MCCABE
Friday 27th May 2005:
10.30am Removal from hone to Church of the Assumption, Beauparc
11.00am Requiem Mass
Burial will follow in adjoining Cemetery
 
CLARE MCCLUSKEY
Wednesday 25th May 2005:
6.30pm Removal from home to Church of the Nativity, Rosnaree
Thursday 26th May 2005:
11.00am Requiem Mass in Church of the Nativity
Burial will follow in Knockcommon Cemetery (distance 2 miles)
 
LISA CALLAN
Thursday 26th May 2005:
1.30pm Removal from home to Church of the Nativity, Rosnaree
2.00pm Requiem Mass
Burial will follow in Ballapousta Cemetery (Ardee)
 
Churches in both parishes will remain open for individuals and community
groups or school friends who wish to spend time in quiet remembrance and
prayer.  A book of condolences has been opened for both parishes on the
diocesan website: www.dioceseofmeath.ie

A Day of Prayer for the surrounding parishes will take place on Thursday
26th May 2005 and will be focused in the Church of St Cianan, Duleek, Co
Meath from 10.00am – 9.00pm. Parishioners in the area and school friends
are invited to sign books of condolences in the Church.

Camera crews, photographers and reporters are asked to respect the needs
of the bereaved for privacy and space to mourn their loved ones during
these days, particularly during the funerals and burial ceremonies.

Ends
24 May 2005
 
Further information:
Brenda Drumm  Communications Officer 087 233 7797
Fr Paul Crosbie, Diocesan Communications Officer 087 929 9388
Fr Robert Mc Cabe 087 224 7480
 

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