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The Irish Madonna of Hungary - A mystery still remains

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Week V

The ‘tradition’ of the Empty Frame

Week IV

A ‘strange, wonderful bond’ between Ireland and Hungary

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It is perhaps an indication of how Ireland was cut off from the rest of the world that no one here knew about the painting of the Virgin and Child, and its miraculous ’tears of blood’, that Bishop Walter Lynch brought with him to Gyor* in Hungary, in the middle of the 17th century.

Daughter Of The Dagda

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DAUGHTER OF The Dagda, a multimedia exhibition exploring the female and the feminine in Irish mythology and iconography, is currently running in the foyer of the Arts Millenium Building at NUI Galway.

Drama as Galway surrenders to Cromwell’s troops

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Week II

Wild Atlantic Way April Property Auction is shaping up strongly

After a great kick start to the year with the March auction results, O’Donnellan and Joyce is set to hold another huge auction on Friday April 20 in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway with more than 40 properties going under the hammer.

The enduring legend of the Irish Madonna of Hungary

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An extraordinary thing happened in the Hungarian city of Gyor on St Patrick’s Day, March 17 1697. A painting of the Virgin and Child, brought to the city 42 years previously by Bishop Walter Lynch, a member of the esteemed Lynch family of Galway, began to ‘weep copiously’ during Mass. Despite having been wiped clean with linen cloths (one of those cloths is still preserved), it continued to exude ‘a bloody sweat’ for three hours.

Women complain at ‘blatant’ discrimination in teaching profession

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Week IV

South Mayo - Community Diary

Ballinrobe boot X-Change

President and Papal Nuncio to attend installation of new Bishop of Galway

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President Michael D Higgins will be one of the guests of honour this weekend when Galway Cathedral will be packed to capacity for the official installation of its new bishop, Dr Brendan Kelly.

 

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