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Title: Saint Flannan Assembly Primary 3/4


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Saint Flannan AssemblyPrimary 3/4
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Hymn to Saint Flannan
Saintly Flannan, Holy Bishop Sent by God from
Killaloe. To our blessed land of Scotland, There
to spread the faith so true. Patron of our
school and parish, Happy now in heaven
above. Spread your joy and spread your
blessings On the people whom you love.

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  • Guided by the Holy Spirit
  • With Gods word at your right hand.
  • You with strength of Christian fervour
  • Brought a blessing to this land.
  • Patron of our school and parish,
  • Happy now in heaven above.
  • Spread your joy and spread your blessings
  • On the people whom you love.

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  • Through your work and by your message
  • Our forefathers were inspired.
  • To give praise and to give homage
  • In Christs name their hearts were fired.
  • Patron of our school and parish,
  • Happy now in heaven above.
  • Spread your joy and spread your blessings
  • On the people whom you love.

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  • Now today we ask your blessing.
  • For our work and for our play.
  • That our patron, Saintly Flannan.
  • May inspire us day by day.
  • Patron of our school and parish,
  • Happy now in heaven above.
  • Spread your joy and spread your blessings
  • On the people whom you love.

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Saint Flannan
St. Flannan lived around the seventh century.
He was the son of an Irish King named
Turlough. In his youth Flannan was placed in the
care of St. Blathmet who was a great teacher
and knew a lot about the bible. Children of Irish
nobility were sent for miles to study with
him.
.

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  • St. Flannan entered a monastery at Killaloe
    called Molua,
  • where he worked very hard.
  • One day after he had been baking for 36 hours, a
  • heavenly light shone from his left hand, lighting
    up the
  • darkness helping him to finish his work.
  • When the Abbot found out about this he was so
  • pleased that he decided to retire and he made
  • St. Flannan Abbot of the monastery.

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The people of Thomond agreed that Flannan should
become bishop, so Flannan made a trip to Rome
where he received this special gift from Pope
John IV. When St. Flannan returned to Ireland,
all the people of his region, Killaloe, came to
meet him. They were eager to learn the
instructions he had brought back from the Pope of
Rome.
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One day before St. Flannan died he gathered
around him special people and told them the
importance of observing justice, especially human
justice and he encouraged them to live in peace
with one another. Saint Flannans feast day is
December 18th.
St Flannans Cathedral
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Home, Parish and School
  • Saint Flannan brings our school, parish and
  • home life together as one.
  • We are a special community trying to follow
  • the Gospel Values.
  • Particularly the values of Justice and Peace.

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  • Jesus said to his followers in the
  • Sermon on the Mount
  • Blessed are the peacemakers, for they
  • will be called the children of God.
  • As a community we can show peace in
  • every are of our life, in our families, in
  • our school and in the wider community.

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  • St. Flannan knew the importance of Justice in
  • the lives of people.
  • He was imitating Jesus when he asked his
  • followers to show Justice.
  • When we show justice we show love and concern
  • for our neighbour, particularly the poor.

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  • In school we can show justice by respecting the
    rights of those around us and acting responsibly
    towards others.
  • In school we can show concern for the poor and
    act to help the poor in many different ways.

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  • Jesus asks us all to live in peace and justice
  • with our neighbour.
  • When we show justice to our neighbours in the
  • playground, in the classroom, at home or in the
  • community, we find peace in our hearts.
  • Justice brings people together because we
  • forget the little arguments that often divide
  • and separate us.

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  • St Flannan wanted his community to be a strong
    community based on love and respect for each
    other and a community that lived in peace.
  • Do we help our community of St Flannans to be a
    place of peace and justice through our actions?
  • Do we show respect to our neighbour?

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Sometimes we need to look at our lives is there
anything we can change?
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Class
Do you treat people the way you want to be
treated?
Are you respectful to your classmates?
Are you patient with others in your class?
Do you share with others?
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Playground
Do you call people names in the playground?
Do you include new children in your school?
Do you help your school and the environment?
Do you let children play with you and your
friends?
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Friends
Are we kind to everyone?
Are we jealous of what other people have?
Are we loyal to our friends?
Do we make fun of people who cant do things
right?
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Home
Are you rude to your family?
Are you helpful around the house?
Do you thank God for your family?
Do you thank God for keeping a roof over your
head?
Do you say please and thank you to those who
help you?
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  • Response
  • Lord, hear our prayer.

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  • Dear God,
  • We thank you for giving us peace.
  • Help us to spread peace at home and at school by
  • loving and caring for one another.
  • Help us to spread peace by listening to one
  • another, even when we dont agree.
  • Help us to spread peace by sharing our time with
  • those who are lonely and who need a friend.
  • Help us to spread peace by thinking and praying
  • for children who have no food or who are
  • frightened and live in fear.
  • Let us pray everyday for peace for our families,
  • for our friends and for ourselves. Amen.

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We are the children We are the children, walking
hand in hand. We are the children, watch us as we
stand. For liberty and freedom, peace and
brotherhood. We are the children, we stand for
good. We are the future, setting our own
goals. We are the future, our stories will
unfold. Of equal rights and justice, clear skies
up above. We are the future, we stand for
love.
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We are the children, leaders of the way. We are
the future, join us as we say. Believe in hope
and promise, all thats right and true. We are
the children, well stand for you. We are the
children, leaders of the way. We are the future,
join us as we say. Believe in hope and promise,
all thats right and true. We are the children,
well stand for you.
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We are the children, we are children. We are the
children, children of the world.
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  • Thank you for taking part in our assembly today.
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