Religious Events

 

Holy Communion - 04 June 2016

On Wednesday 16th March 2016 some children from our school celebrated their 1st Confession.

On Monday 20th April 2015 some children from our school celebrated their Confirmation. Each child chose a special name to celebrate this sacrament.

Pupils from our P3 class preparing for the sacrament of 1st confession.

Pupils from our P4 class prepared for their First Holy Communion on Saturday 24th May at St Patrick's and St Brigid's Parish Church.
Pupils from our P4 class prepared for their First Holy Communion on Saturday 24th May at St Patrick's and St Brigid's Parish Church.
Confirmation 2014 - On Monday 31st March children from our P7 class celebrated their Confirmation in St Patrick's and St Brigid's Church.  The service was celebrated by the Most Reverend Noel Treanor, the bishop of Down and Connor alongside the priests of the parish and the children from St Patrick's and St Brigid's Primary School and Gaelscoil an Chaistil.  All the children had a very special day with their family and friends.
Confirmation 2014 - On Monday 31st March children from our P7 class celebrated their Confirmation in St Patrick's and St Brigid's Church. The service was celebrated by the Most Reverend Noel Treanor, the bishop of Down and Connor alongside the priests of the parish and the children from St Patrick's and St Brigid's Primary School and Gaelscoil an Chaistil. All the children had a very special day with their family and friends.
Pupils of Ballycastle integrated Primary School and Nursery made their First Confession with Fr Daly on the 21st March at St Patrick's and St Brigid's Parish Chapel.
Pupils of Ballycastle integrated Primary School and Nursery made their First Confession with Fr Daly on the 21st March at St Patrick's and St Brigid's Parish Chapel.

Primaries 3 to 7 held a Carol Service in Ballycastle Presbyterian Church. The theme of the service was "Give Hunger the Boot". This was school's chosen charity for the year. The service incorporated a combination of traditional and contemporary elements.The pupils from P3 performed a short nativity play to remind us of the true meaning of Christmas. Church was packed to capacity on the night and all who were there said what a wonderful service it was! The photos below were taken during one of our rehearsals as we were too busy on the night to take pictures. Thanks to Miss Patton who organised the whole event, Rev. Stanbridge for allowing us to use the church, to Paul Kane who opened the church for us on many occasions to practice and of course our wonderful pupils who worked so hard learning words of songs, actions and sign language also!