St. Ciaran’s College students embark on trip to Zambia
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source url A total of 15 students from St Ciaran’s College, Ballygawley, will embark on another fantastic journey today, Friday 27th March, to Kitwe, Zambia for 10 days. Travelling with the students will be Glencull Primary School Principal, Mr Brian Gormley, together with St. Ciaran’s College teachers, Fearghál MacMaoláin and Anna St. George.
liebe frau kennenlernen It is certainly life-changing in many ways for both those travelling and for what they will provide upon arrival at their destination.
come funzionano opzioni binarie St. Ciaran’s Peregrini began this journey back in April 2009 when the first group set off from Ballygawley to Zambia in search of projects they felt passionately about. On return, one remained with them – the people of Mulenga, near Kitwe. Tyrone born, Fr PJ Gormley (SMA) had been ministering to the 30,000 people living there for the previous six years. The school has had a very close affiliation with the projects ever since, with trips there in 2011 and again in 2013 while also sending various shipments, supplies and funds during the same period of time.
watch For this latest trip in March 2015, the students, under the http://fisflug.is/?yrus=investimenti-in-borsa-poco-rischiosi&6aa=7c St. Ciaran’s Peregrini umbrella, have carried out a great deal of fundraising for this trip and they will deliver this to Fr. PJ Gormley, who is originally from Augher.
get link Congratulations, best wishes & safe travels to the entire St. Ciaran’s Peregrini Group making the journey on Friday.