Search Results for 'Archdiocese of Tuam'

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Cannon calls on Church to engage with Tuam survivors

An East Galway TD is calling on the Bons Secours Order and the archdiocese of Tuam to actively engage with those affected by issues relating to the former Mothers and Baby Home at Tuam.

Tuam excavation may not start until early next summer

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The long-awaited and much-welcomed excavation of the Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam will probably not commence before early next summer, in order to allow for legislative backing of the move.

The Tuam man and the president

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TOMORROW IS not only the day on which the presidential election takes place - or, as looks virtually certain, the presidential re-election - it is also the day a new EP comes out, named after a former Irish president.

At weekend homily, Archbishop of Tuam apologises for hurt caused by the failings of the Church

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Homily preached by Archbishop Michael Neary in the Cathedral of the Assumption, Tuam this evening Saturday.

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.

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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