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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2325 on: March 15, 2019, 11:39:47 AM »
Hi sj, I had a brother when he was ordained to the priesthood he was sent to st john's in newfoundland he was a ex barny boy fr:Gerry Curley he later went into the american air force cause they had no priests to go to iraq,sadly he was murdered off the base in texas by a scumbag mugging him, sorrry to see that your brother is ill hopefully he makes a good recovery, a wee prayer said


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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2326 on: March 16, 2019, 10:31:09 AM »
Hi sj, I had a brother when he was ordained to the priesthood he was sent to st john's in newfoundland he was a ex barny boy fr:Gerry Curley he later went into the american air force cause they had no priests to go to iraq,sadly he was murdered off the base in texas by a scumbag mugging him, sorrry to see that your brother is ill hopefully he makes a good recovery, a wee prayer said
SEO's. Thank you
I knew a John Curley who went to St Malachy.s college and then joined the civil service. 
Sorry to hear about your brother meeting a terrible violent end to his life
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[/font][/size]Sj, what is wrong with the name 'Blessed Trinity College' ???
Also, why did you laugh about it, in your previous post?
Thankyou, in advance of your response.
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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2327 on: March 16, 2019, 10:48:14 AM »
Sj, what is wrong with the name 'Blessed Trinity College' ???
Also, why did you laugh about it, in your previous post?
Thankyou, in advance of your response.

I wait with anticipation
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The original name change was to I believe "Trinity College". It came as a surprise to find it was called Blessed Trinity . Seems a strange name for a school . I always add either a smiley face or another symbol at the end of a post 😎


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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2328 on: March 16, 2019, 03:53:58 PM »
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The original name change was to I believe "Trinity College". It came as a surprise to find it was called Blessed Trinity . Seems a strange name for a school . I always add either a smiley face or another symbol at the end of a post 😎

Its a Catholic School. Trinity in connection with the blessed trinity. The father, the son and the Holy Ghost.
Blessed indeed.
It was always to be called 'Blessed Trinity', as used in our Catholic faith.
How do you find the name strange then, given the terms significance in Our Catholic faith??
Do you not like the term??
Are you upset at the school, being proud of its Catholic ethos and tradition??

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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2329 on: March 17, 2019, 04:03:28 PM »

All my brother's went there Gerd not sure which years tho ::)
Family name of Downey...mabe you might know of some of them?
Your name Mary? We had a bit of fun if it is  :-*

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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2330 on: March 20, 2019, 07:06:36 AM »
Does anyone know
 a Brian Mc Ivor who attended the school in the early days
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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2331 on: March 27, 2019, 05:25:58 AM »
Its a Catholic School. Trinity in connection with the blessed trinity. The father, the son and the Holy Ghost.
Blessed indeed.
It was always to be called 'Blessed Trinity', as used in our Catholic faith.
How do you find the name strange then, given the terms significance in Our Catholic faith??
Do you not like the term??
Are you upset at the school, being proud of its Catholic ethos and tradition??

Tours I went to St Patrick's.   I take it that you went to St Pats.  The terms Holy Trinity and Blessed Trinity mean much the same.   I have no bone to pick with you so you just misunderstood my post.    ;)
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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2332 on: March 27, 2019, 12:07:35 PM »
I see that the name of the school is not Trinity College but Blessed Trinity college.   Who picked that name ?? :D
No. I don't think I misunderstood you at all. Hmm
The language you used and this particular emoji says it all really.
Anybody would have wondered, at your words etc, as I have.
I just wonder what was going through your mind when you said it??
You don't seem able or want to explain.
Your not standing over your own words.
Fair enough.
I was wondering if you where having a pop at my beloved Irish Catholic Faith.
I suppose I will never know.
Good luck. God Bless.
Ps: If 'Trinity' and 'Blessed Trinity' mean the same, then why your question of who picked the name, in the first place???
You sound as if you have a problem with the 'Blessed' part.
By the way, they are very much not the same terms.
The term 'Blesssed' for practicing Roman Catholics, estolls a far more spiritual special meaning. A place where great graces are given and are made.
Fitting for a Roman Catholic School.
Especially in these turbulent times in the World.
Our precious faith, a guard for our precious children. Blessed indeed.

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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2333 on: April 06, 2019, 11:10:45 PM »
No. I don't think I misunderstood you at all. Hmm
The language you used and this particular emoji says it all really.
Anybody would have wondered, at your words etc, as I have.
I just wonder what was going through your mind when you said it??
You don't seem able or want to explain.
Your not standing over your own words.
Fair enough.
I was wondering if you where having a pop at my beloved Irish Catholic Faith.
I suppose I will never know.
Good luck. God Bless.
Ps: If 'Trinity' and 'Blessed Trinity' mean the same, then why your question of who picked the name, in the first place???
You sound as if you have a problem with the 'Blessed' part.
By the way, they are very much not the same terms.
The term 'Blesssed' for practicing Roman Catholics, estolls a far more spiritual special meaning. A place where great graces are given and are made.
Fitting for a Roman Catholic School.
Especially in these turbulent times in the World.
Our precious faith, a guard for our precious children. Blessed indeed.

Tours go and find someone else to argue with.  DID YOU GO TO THE SCHOOL.?  If not I can completely ignore you.  Did you have a bad experience while a student? ;)
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Re: St Patrick's Barnageeha, Antrim Road
« Reply #2334 on: April 07, 2019, 11:52:54 PM »

Sweeney.
Here is a link to an article on Images from old Belfast where you certainly look as if you need a haircut.   

Images From Old Northern Ireland Pre 2000.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/187146548638642/?multi_permalinks=316139195739376&notif_id=1554591603862065&notif_t=group_highlights
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