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From the cages of Long Kesh in the 1970s, to the lecture halls and classrooms of NUI Galway this century, a love of writing and a passionate belief in the importance of education has been central in the life of Paddy McMenamin.
It was confirmed this morning (Friday) that His Holiness Pope Francis has accepted the request for retirement of Bishop Brendan Kelly, heretofore Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Apostolic Administrator of Kilfenora; and has appointed Bishop Michael Duignan, Bishop of Clonfert, to minister simultaneously as Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Apostolic Administrator of Kilfenora.
A vigil to mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday will take place in Eyre Square on Saturday January 29 at 4pm.
The Athlone Knights of Columbanus in tandem with St Mary’s primary schoolhave produced a short film which will feature in the Angelus each Friday evening through the month of December.
Moycullen man John Gerard Acton will be ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Brendan Kelly in Galway Cathedral on Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 3pm.
I am tempted to weigh the latest book by Galwayman Paul Kilgannon, because it is a truly remarkable tome. Its name may be Be The Best You Can In Sport - but it is the second headline that sums it up. “A book for Irish youth.”
Mark Nestor Property Services presents this well maintained four bed home on an elevated site that overlooks the hills of Knockdomney on a private and landscaped 0.62 acre, near Mount Temple village.
On, Saturday May 2, Eloise McDonnell, who is just eight years old, had planned to make her First Holy Communion.
A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of eleven new streets and four new civic spaces in a development that will create a new neighbourhood in the heart of the city.
A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of 11 new streets and four new civic spaces. The development company is a joint venture between Galway-based Edward Capital and London-based Summix Capital. The neighbourhood, deriving its name from an historic name for the area is to be known as Augustine Hill, and will deliver 376 homes in an exciting mixed-use expansion of the city centre.