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Mercy Primary gets ready for historic change in the heart of the city

It is going to be a summer of change at Mercy Primary School in the heart of the city. While the school year might be winding down elsewhere, the 176-year-old school is getting ready for one of the most momentous changes in its history.

Galway Solemn Novena to reflect on importance of family and home

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More than 300 volunteers, a Redemptorist team of 12 along with the Cathedral Staff, 62 Hymns and 10,000 people will make up The Galway Solemn Novena 2018, it was revealed this week, when the dates for this year’s Novena were confirmed.

Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy Ceremonies will take place on Sunday April 23 in Knock Shrine (12.45pm), Galway Cathedral (2pm), and Emmanuel House Clonfert (2pm).

Galway Solemn Novena to focus on mercy as a language of the heart

The annual Galway Solemn Novena, which makes a welcome return on Monday February 13 and runs until Tuesday February 21 at Galway Cathedral, will focus on Mary, Icon of God’s mercy.

Divine Mercy Sunday celebrated on April 3

Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated on the Sunday after Easter, the Octave of Easter, observed by Roman Catholic as well as some Anglicans. It is originally based on the Catholic devotion to the Divine Mercy that Saint Faustina Kowalska reported as part of her encounter with Jesus, and is associated with special promises from Jesus and indulgences issued by the Church.

New archdiocesan magazine to be launched at Novena next week

The Galway Solemn Novena, will begin this Monday 15 February and run until Tuesday 23 February, with over 10,000 expected to attend over the nine-day celebration. To facilitate parking for Novena Gaol Road, along the Southern and Western boundaries of Galway Cathedral will be temporarily closed. An alternative route is available along the Eastern boundary of Galway Cathedral. Local access will be maintained at all times. Advance diversion signage will be in place prior to work commencing.

Knock getting ready for massive influx of pilgrims for National Novena

Knock Shrine in Co Mayo is getting ready for a massive influx of up to 150,000 pilgrims for the annual National Novena, which starts today, August 14 and continues for nine days. This year’s Novena has an international flavour. The Archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, will be in Knock Shrine on Friday to perform the official opening of the nine day programme. His Eminence is leading a group of some 170 pilgrims from the Archdiocese of New York, who arrived to Mayo on Sunday morning as part of a historic first chartered pilgrimage flight by Aer Lingus between New York and Ireland West Airport Knock.

Divine Mercy Sunday Ceremonies at Knock Shrine

Divine Mercy Sunday Ceremonies will take place at Knock Shrine on May 1 next at 12.45 with concelebrated Mass in the Basilica at 3pm.

Rosary beads mission of hope

A Mayo school teacher has been busy distributing rosary beads to schools throughout the parish in a bid to generate hope in society. Ms Detta Molloy along with a team of volunteers have so far distributed almost 20,000 rosary beads with Rosary of Hope booklets. People are being asked to say a decade of the Rosary every day in May for their own special intention and children in particular are encouraged to take part.

Rosary beads mission of hope

A Mayo school teacher has been busy distributing rosary beads to schools throughout the parish in a bid to generate hope in society. Ms Detta Molloy along with a team of volunteers have so far distributed almost 20,000 rosary beads with Rosary of Hope booklets. People are being asked to say a decade of the Rosary every day in May for their own special intention and children in particular are encouraged to take part.

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