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Dublin singer releases single in aid of Tuam Home Survivors Network

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‘FINEST FLOWER’, a tribute to the women and children who survived mother and baby homes and Magdalene Laundries in Ireland, is the new single from Dublin singer-songwriter Ciara Sidine, and will raise funds for the Tuam Home Survivors Network.

Talk on medieval masterpiece in Cong

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Cong Moytura Heritage Society is to host an expert talk on one of Ireland’s foremost national treasures - the Cross of Cong - tomorrow (Saturday) at 3pm in the Crossroads Community Centre, Cong.

Bohermore native ordained deacon in Rome

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A 25-year-old Galwegian, Daniel Gallagher from Bohermore, has been ordained a deacon in Rome over Easter.

Lecture on Annaghdown ‘lost’ round tower

The Irish Annals say that in 1238 a round tower was built at the monastery of Annaghdown - the last recorded construction of such a building.

Get your poems in for St Patrick

There is less than two weeks to the closing date of Westport Town Council’s Poetry for Patrick competition.

Jes to host major conference on rethinking education in Ireland

Colaiste Iognaid is 150 years at its Sea Road site this year, and as part of the celebrations, an international education conference is being held at the Connemara Coast Hotel, Furbo this weekend.

St Patrick in his own words

THE FIGURE of Saint Patrick has dominated the Irish cultural landscape in a way that few other national icons, such as Uncle Sam or Saint George, ever have.

The book auction

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FOR SOME unknown reason, I have only ever attended two book auctions and did not bid at either, so when an important customer asked me over a fortnight ago to attend one in Kells and to bid on his behalf I felt as though I was going out on my first date. The prospect was as fascinating as it was terrifying.

The book auction

FOR SOME unknown reason, I have only ever attended two book auctions and did not bid at either, so when an important customer asked me over a fortnight ago to attend one in Kells and to bid on his behalf I felt as though I was going out on my first date. The prospect was as fascinating as it was terrifying.

Public talk on the Protestant missions to Connemara

For nearly a century the Protestant denominations in Ireland set up missions in Connemara. Many were about winning converts, but others sought to help the communities they encountered.

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