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Pictured at the launch of the Heritage Council’s, ‘Significant Places of Public Worship Grant’ for St Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny are, Trevor Stacey from the Representative Church Body of the Church of Ireland; Michael Starrett, chief executive of the Heritage Council; and Fr Paddy Jones of the Catholic Church’s Sacred Art and Architecture Committee.
Carlow Kilkenny Fine Gael Senator John Paul Phelan is furious that the Minister for Education & Science is unable to even hazard a guess at when a new school building project will commence to service the children of St Mary’s Church of Ireland School in Bagenalstown.
Accomplished broadcaster and producer John Quinn reveals that one month on, he is still recovering from the artistic delights of the successful Clarinbridge Arts Festival and pleads that funding for such events are not cut in the post-Budget gloom.
ENGLISH BLUES rock, Gaelic poetry, and Italian food will all be part and parcel of the Clarinbridge Arts Festival which begins tomorrow and runs until Sunday October 12 - and many events are free!
On Saturday January 31, on his 66th birthday, Rev Patrick Towers, will retire as Rector of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. In the nine years he has been Rector he has played an important role in Galway’s civic life and been one of its most active clergymen.
The Mayor of Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely is planning to host a civic reception for the outgoing rector of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Rev Patrick Towers.
The Church of Ireland in Ardrahan will hold a Lenten Service next Wednesday at 8pm.
The Church of Ireland school of the Galway parish of St Nicholas opened its doors on July 12 1926, next door to the Town Hall and opposite the Courthouse. This marked a new departure for the primary education of Protestant children in Galway but it also marked the end of a long and sometimes acrimonious struggle for multi-denominational primary education in Galway.
MOST PEOPLE have heard of the Japanese form of poetry known as haiku, but tanka is a much older form, and Galway will get to experience it on Saturday.
As part of its bicentennial celebrations, Ardrahan Church will hold a cake and kitchen produce sale this Saturday.