Friday, August 24, 2018

Father Ray to sign for the Pope and millions of Catholics across the globe

Just in from Meath Chronicle in Ireland!

http://www.meathchronicle.ie/news/roundup/articles/2018/08/24/4160874-fr-ray-kelly-to-entertain-crowds-at-papal-mass/


Wonderful news as Father Ray Kelly will be celebrating mass and singing for millions of Catholic worshipers across the world, this Sunday August 26 2018. Here is the entire itinerary of Pope Francis, including in Phoenix Park Mass on Sunday, where Father Ray Kelly will concelebrate mass and sing:
https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/pope-visit-ireland-itinerary-schedule-12682165

Mass at Phoenix Park, Dublin Ireland, is scheduled for 15:00




The entire article from Meath Chronicle:

Fr Ray Kelly to entertain crowds at Papal Mass
Story by Ann Casey
Friday, 24th August, 2018 12:52pm 
Fr Ray Kelly to entertain crowds at Papal Mass
Oldcastle's Fr Ray Kelly will entertain the crowds at the papal mass in the Phoenix Park on Sunday as well as concelebrating mass with Pope Francis.
The talented Fr Ray will perform for his biggest ever live audience, as he has been asked to join the entertainers who will entertain the crowds of half a million people both before and after the papal mass.
He is also delighted to be concelebrating the mass with Pope Francis.
"It is a great honour for me. I am absolutely delighted," he said.
Fr Ray said he would be singing songs people particularly like him to sing including 'Hallelujah' and 'Everybody Hurts,' the son he sung in the recent auditions for 'Britain's Got Talent.'
Some weeks back, Fr Ray had admitted to being diappointed not to have been asked to sing at the mass.
The Oldcastle PP is looking forward to travelling with his parishioners to the mass on Sunday.
"There is a busload going. There will be a lot of walking, but there will be a party atmosphere," he predicted.
Fr Ray has had a busy year, having competed on Britain's Got Talent earlier this year and wowing the judges, including Simon Cowell , who led a standing ovation .
Fr Ray sang REM’s ‘Everybody Hurts’ in the live audition and got four ‘yes’ votes from judges .
Fr Ray became an internet sensation when a video of him singing a version of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ at a wedding in Oldcastle in April 2014 was uploaded to the internet and went viral.

Source: http://www.meathchronicle.ie
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