Search Results for 'Diocese of Tuam, Killala and Achonry'

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Taoiseach confirms funding for Grove site in Tuam

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Seán Canney TD met with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Tuam last Friday evening, when Mr Varadkar confirmed that funding was available in the HSE capital budget to proceed with the refurbishment of the Old Grove site.

Tuam Cancer Care — celebrating cancer survivors

Tuam Cancer Care has this week been celebrating local cancer survivors and showcasing the support they provide to their local community in the run up Global Cancer Survivorship day.

Tin Lies to spread its hilarity this May in Tuam

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After last year's success in The Mall Theatre, Tuam, and An Taibhdhearc, Galway, the two act play The Crossing written by Patricia King-Callaghan from Tuam explored traditional themes which had their roots in the troubled history of the Irish peasantry.

Killala based plant put up for sale

An unfinished biomass power plant in north Mayo is expected to fetch almost €10 million after being put up for sale.

Two due in court following search of car near Tuam

Two men are due to appear in court tomorrow following a Garda search of a car near Tuam last week.

Death of former Archbishop of Tuam Dr Joseph Cassidy

The death took place yesterday (Thursday) of the retired Archbishop of Tuam, Dr Joseph Cassidy, aged 79. His death was announced by Archbishop of Tuam Michael Neary.

Remembrance Day commemorations coming up at Mayo Peace Park

The Annual Remembrance Day Mass for Mayo, will take place in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar at 12pm, on Sunday, November 11. The annual Armistice Day wreath laying ceremony will take place in the Mayo Peace Park, at 1.30pm, immediately after the mass. The special guest speaker for the occasion is the Rt, Rev Patrick Rooke, the Church of Ireland, Bishop of Tuam, and Killala and Achonry. Everyone is invited to attend these events.

Remembrance Day Mass

The Annual Remembrance Day Mass for Mayo will take place in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar, at 12 noon, on Sunday November 11.

Is taking Tuam’s archbishop the last straw?

I’ve a great auld grá for Tuam. It was there I cut my teeth in the manic world of wordmaking. A proud town, with great characters and great music and great poetry, it was forever getting a lash. If there was a lash to be had, Tuam would be first in line. It lost its sugar factory, its railway. Major industry was never comfortable there; its historic football stadium was allowed to rot while a shiny new one was built in an awkward location in the city, and politically, it was always an afterthought rather than a focal point.


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