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11:00 am

Christmas Flea Market Weekend

December 7, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until December 8, 2019

Darraghville Convent, Main Street
Kilcoole, Wicklow Ireland
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Looking for interesting gifts for your family and friends? Get a gift with thought made by local artists, crafts people and entreprenturs.
Home Baked Goodies/ Stunning Wood turned Pieces/ Hand Made Raw and Vegan Chocolates/ Crystal and Silver Jewellery/ Natural Christmas Decorations/ Personalised Gift Ides/ Natural Eco Candles and Home Scenting Melts.

Coláiste Chroabh Abhann Ty Students Selling their own products, Natural Beauty Products and 3d Printed Picture Frames, to name a few.

We will also be having a visit from the big man in red (Santa) all very exciting for the Children. We will also be running our Luisne pop up Cafe with Teas, Coffees and Treats for all..

Shop local - make a difference to our community and help sustain Irish jobs.

>> LOOKING TO TAKE A STALL?  Please contact michaelmeakin7@gmail.com or 0868716810

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2:00 pm

Advent: The Season of the Parables 1 with Diarmuid O’Murchu

December 7, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Further talk in the series >> Saturday 14th December
PART 1 - The parables of Jesus are found not only in all four gospels but also in some of the non-canonical gospels. They form approximately one third of the recorded teachings of Jesus, so we rightfully attach importance to them. We can consider them to be similar to Aesop’s Fables, seemingly simple and memorable stories, often with imagery, and all conveying messages. Scholars, however, tell us that although these parables seem simple, the messages they convey are deep, and central to the teachings of Jesus. Many of Jesus's parables refer to simple everyday things, such as a woman baking bread (parable of the Leaven), a man knocking on his neighbour's door at night (parable of the Friend at Night), or the aftermath of a roadside mugging (parable of the Good Samaritan); yet they deal with major religious themes.
Diarmuid will help us to look at the parables in a different light helping us to see below their surface meaning, often revealing the ‘sting in the tail’ at the end of the story. >>
>>Further talks in the series >> Saturday 7th December and Saturday 14th December
Booking in advance essential please call /txt 086 051 7575 or email office@luisne.ie

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