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The month of February realised an important milestone for the community development company Ballinasloe Area Community Development clg which published the 60th edition of its free colour community magazine Ballinasloe Life.
As Christmas approaches there are many members of our community in need of help. Covid-19 regulations have, in common with many others, restricted some of our fund-raising efforts. However, this will not stop us attempting to fill the void, as the need does not disappear and we remain very conscious of peoples’ situations during the current pandemic. Our aim remains: provide Christmas vouchers to over 400 in need families/individuals, who are identified in collaboration with SVP, Simon and Social Services Staff. We also will be fundraising for various projects that we run during the year.
A programme of Commemorative events has been organised to commemorate the centenary of the murder of Fr Michael Griffin during the War of Independence.
Galway City Council wish to thank everyone for their part in the annual Cemetery mass in Bohermore New Cemetery which was held on Sunday, August 16 and which was streamed live but held behind closed doors following a request from the Galway Diocesan Secretary.
Galway Cathedral’s Christmas Eve Mass will be broadcast live in Ireland and across Europe to millions this year. This year’s Mass which will begin exactly at 11pm, instead of the usual 10pm time and will go out live on RTE in Ireland and on various channels across Europe.
The relics of Blessed Karl, the Last Emperor of Austria, will come to Galway Cathedral on Thursday November 21. Holy Mass in honour of Blessed Karl of Austria will be celebrated in Galway Cathedral at 7:30pm. Blessed Karl is one of the very few official saints of the Church who was also a husband and father.
Security is to be tightened at the Masjid Maryam mosque on the Old Monivea Road, following an attack on the building which was widely considered to be racist and Islamophobic in motivation.
In the late 12th century, the Diocese of Annaghdown came into existence in the area surrounding the city of Galway. In 1324 it was united with Tuam, but the Anglo-Norman families refused to accept direction from Tuam. In 1484 Pope Innocent VIII made St Nicholas’ Church a Collegiate Church governed by a warden (not a bishop) and eight vicars. Edmund ffrench, the last warden, was made Bishop of Kilmacduagh in 1824. On April 27, 1831, the Bull ‘Sedium Episcopalaism’ was issued by Pope Gregory XVI erecting the Diocese of Galway. On October 23, 1831, the first Bishop of the Diocese, George Joseph Plunkett Browne, was consecrated, and in 1844 he was succeeded by Laurence O’Donnell. John McEvilly became Bishop in 1857.
Galway-born psychiatrist Brendan Kelly, professor of psychiatry at Trinity College and Consultant Psychiatrist at Tallaght University Hospital, is one of Ireland’s leading voices in the field of mental health care.
Mayor Niall McNelis and Bishop of Galway Brendan Kelly helped Galway Lions Club launch its annual Radio Auction at the Galway Bay FM Studios this week.