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First Choice Credit Union – helping local families prepare for Communion

Communion season has rolled around again, and while undoubtedly a time for celebration, it can also be a very stressful time for parents, grandparents, and even the children. Financially, the rising cost of clothes, hotels, and entertainment for the big day can put significant financial strain on parents already stretched by their household budget. It is important that families in the local area know that the credit union is here to help - whether it is to set up a savings or budget plan in advance of the big event or to assist families with a small modest loan.

Event to examine the potential for female ministry in the Catholic church

An event entitled “Women — Potential for Ministry In The Church” will be held in Galway next week and will be addressed by Fr Tony Flannery and Maire Ni Dhuibhir.

New Dawn—a new diocesan magazine

The chairman and members of the Diocesan Pastoral Council of the Archdiocese of Tuam are pleased to announce the launch of a new magazine aimed at improving communications between the Church, the clergy and parishioners.

St Canice’s Carol Service

St Canice’s Cathedral holds its annual carol service this Sunday at 5pm.

Vatican reshuffle may affect Diocese of Ossory

A Vatican plan to reshuffle some of the smaller dioceses in Ireland could have a serious affect on the Diocese of Ossory and on the number of bishops who are currently employed in this country.

The Deans @ The Crane

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COUNTY GALWAY roots rockers The Deans play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, tomorrow and it may be your last chance to see them in Galway for a while.

Over 800 attend Church's listening sessions in Ossory

A wide range of views was expressed by over 800 people during the recent listening sessions at ten locations throughout the diocese of Ossory.

Time to move forward for the Church

Just last Friday Kilkenny made history when the Church of Ireland installed the first ever female Dean of Ossory at St Canice’s Cathedral. The Very Rev Katharine Poulton now holds the prestigious position and resides here in Kilkenny at the deanery. It was a big day for the COI community and the ceremony was fittingly prestigious.

If women had been involved, as they are now, the response to clerical sex abuse would have been different

The Archbishop of Tuam, Dr Michael Neary, has told the priests of the diocese that Pope Benedict asked for the forgiveness of the clerical sex abuse victims during a meeting with Irish bishops on February 15.

If women had been involved, as they are now, the response to clerical sex abuse would have been different

The Archbishop of Tuam, Dr Michael Neary, has told the priests of the diocese that Pope Benedict asked for the forgiveness of the clerical sex abuse victims during a meeting with Irish bishops on February 15.

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