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Historic day for St Pat’s as it prepares to welcome girls

Historic changes are afoot at St Patrick’s Primary School, Lombard Street, Galway, as for the first time in its illustrious history the school is now enrolling girls. Traditionally St Pat’s enrolled boys only from second to sixth class, but is embracing changes to respond to the rapidly evolving needs of education in a modern, cosmopolitan, city. This includes the introduction of infant and junior classes.

New website and name at No 4 Youth Services

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Galway Diocesan Youth Services which was set up in the early 1980s is to be renamed as No 4 Youth Service at an event in the Harbour Hotel next Wednesday, when it will also unveil its new website.

That they may have life...

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New life.

When the teacher has gone

Your pupils will teach you

Gospel Rising Music Festival 2018

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THE NINTH annual Gospel Rising Music Festival – Ireland's biggest gospel music and choral festival – returns to Galway this month, with choirs from across Ireland, and beyond, performing throughout the city.

When the teacher has gone

Your pupils will teach you

Christian Short named Buccaneers head coach

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Buccaneers RFC have announced the appointment of Christian Short as head coach, as the Midlands club bids for an immediate return to the top flight in Irish club rugby next season.

Galway Muslim Community to hoist 'Neighbourhood Week'

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Galway's Muslim community will host its annual GICC Neighbourhood Week 2018 in the Westside Library, Seamus Quirke Road, with this year's theme being 'To know each other'.

The morality of the end of the world

In his instruction to his new translation of the New Testament, the Greek Orthodox theologian, David Bentley Hart, says in the course of translating, he was struck forcefully with “a new sense of the utter strangeness of the Christian vision of life in its first dawning, by which I mean its strangeness in respect to the Christianity of later centuries. When one truly ventures into the world of the first Christians, one enters a company of radicals”. As critic, novelist and playwright Terry Eagleton argues in his challenging new book, Radical Sacrifice, quoting the Marxist philosopher, Ernst Bloch, from his great book, The Principle of Hope, “The morality of Jesus is the morality of the end of the world.”

A ‘strange, wonderful bond’ between Ireland and Hungary

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Week III

 

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