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Kilbane to perform for Cong church fundraisers

James Kilbane will bring his country Gospel concert to Cong and St Mary of the Roasary church on Friday, April 20, at 8pm.

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astor of Romanian Orthodox community

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Among the many religious pastors in Galway, Fr Tudor Ghita of the Romanian Orthodox church is surely one of the most remarkable. We had first arranged to meet in the bar of NUIG, because Fr Tudor works as a kitchen porter there. An apologetic phone call from him told me he could not meet because he was required to serve as a translator at a court case. And when I suggested we might meet or chat later he informed me he was working for a local pizza company from teatime onwards. It is all a far cry from the nine to five routines of our Catholic priests.

Prayer vigil for an end to violence against women

An organisation within the Church of Ireland is organising a prayer vigil on Saturday in support of an international campaign which is calling for an end to violence against women.

Educate Together holds meeting in Westport

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Equality-based education provider Educate Together held its first public meeting in Westport last Thursday night in the Castlecourt Hotel. Featuring talks by Educate Together regional development officer, Jennifer Buttner, and Castlebar ETNS principal Sarah Calvey, according to the organisers the meeting attracted a large turnout and has raised hopes that Educate Together’s Westport campaign will succeed in opening a primary school in 2018.

Ó Cuív condemns vicious attack on Church of Ireland church

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Deputy Eamon Ó Cuív has expressed his shock at the attack perpetrated on Holy Trinity Church in Errislannan, Clifden.

Ecumenical memorial service at UHG

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Galway University Hospitals' End of Life Care Committee will hold its eighth annual ecumenical memorial service tomorrow (Thursday) at 7pm in the staff canteen of the Nurses Home of University Hospital Galway.

Catholicism remains Mayo's dominant religion

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According to the latest release by the CSO from last year's Census, Catholicism remains the predominant religion, accounting for 87 per cent (113,481) of Mayo’s population. However, this was down from 117,721 persons five years previously. The average age of Catholics in the county was 40.6 years, slightly above the county’s overall average age of 40.2 years.

Substantial residence with mature gardens on Taylor’s Hill

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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market this charming residence set on 0.76 acre of mature gardens located in Galway’s most sought after address, lower Taylor’s Hill, which is for sale by public auction. The auction will take place on November 9 at 3pm in The Ardilaun hotel, Taylor’s Hill. The advised market value is €1,350,000.

Galway to host Romanian Orthodox youth congress

More than 100 delegates from across Ireland and Britain will gather in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church this weekend, for the Romanian Orthodox church’s annual Youth Congress of Nepsis, which this year takes place in Galway.

 

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