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St Anthony’s School celebrated 125 years of service to the Church on St Anthony’s feast day, 13th June. The school prepared the liturgy for the day with great reverence and joy. Two learners acted out the Gospel of the Resurrection (Mary Magdalene and Jesus in the garden).
Bishop Barry Wood OMI was the celebrant assisted by Fr. Sean Mullin CSSp. After the celebration of the Eucharist all went to the hall where the school had prepared refreshments and a special cake as it was also Bishop Barry’s 70th birthday.
Well done St Anthony’s.
Ad Multos Annos.