26th February 2017

I like the story about the clock that had a nervous breakdown! The clock was a wedding present to the newly married couple who placed it on the mantelpiece of their new home. In its place of pride it ticked away to its heart’s content ‘tick tock; tick tock’. The weeks and months went by and then one day the clock began to calculate how many times it was going to have to tick: 2 ticks in the second means 120 ticks in the minute - that’s 7,200 ticks per hour. 172,800 ticks per day meant 1,209,600 per week for 52 weeks and so that would be 62,899,200 per year

Read More

Latest News

ARAS MHUIRE RELIGIOUS BOOKSHOP AND ORATORY

Feb 09

ARAS MHUIRE Religious Goods & Bookshop Now open in beautiful new premises at; 14 Irish Street, Dungannon Tel: 028 8772 6852

Read More »

PARISH PRAYER DAY FOR MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE

Feb 08

An Invite to join in with the Parish Prayer Day for Marriage and Family Life on the 9th day of each month.

Read More »

Feast of the Epiphany

Dec 23

Mass Times for the Feast of the Epiphany, 6 January 2017

Read More »
See All News