Transition Year Students Inspire with their Twelve Hour Sleep Out for Trócaire

Pictured in one of the three specially designed huts - some of the 34 Transition Year Students from Millstreet Community School beginning their 12 hour Sleep Out in aid of Trócaire on the grounds of St. Patrick's Church, Millstreet on Monday, 26th March 2012 at 7.00 p.m.. Also included is School Chaplain, John Magee. Sincere congratulations to the Students and their Teachers on being such a wonderful source of inspiration to so many. The generous support of the public for the very praiseworthy project was hugely encouraging to the Students. (S.R.)

2 thoughts on “Transition Year Students Inspire with their Twelve Hour Sleep Out for Trócaire”

  1. An admirable and laudable effort; a very positive and inspiring example.
    The use of the word ‘chaplain’ is incorrect: Canon Law specifies that the term ‘chaplain’ applies to priests only.
    Can. 564 A chaplain is a priest to whom is entrusted in a stable manner the pastoral care, at least in part, of some community or special group of Christ’s faithful, to be exercised in accordance with universal and particular law.

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