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The crucifixion of Jesus is one of the central symbols of western culture and an established historical fact, but in Asia it is a contested issue and one open to historical and archaeological doubt.
Richard Bauckham, one of the world leading New Testament scholars and Professor Emeritus at St Andrews University, will be speaking in Galway tonight.
KATS, THE Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Group, is holding auditions for its forthcoming production of The Vigil by Ladislas Fodor.
A painting of the Nativity by Adam Pomeroy, is currently on loan to and being exhibited in Galway Cathedral.
Tomorrow at 2pm, the way of the cross will be acted out by a cast from the community of the Good Shepherd parish in the children's playground. The event will take place in Doughiska Park, at the rear of Merlin Woods new school, on Doughiska Road.
Mary Johnson is a frequent reader of the Old Galway page, and at times makes some good comments. She was not impressed at my description of the first ‘crib’ set up by St Francis of Assisi at Greccio, on a snowy December night in 1223, more than 780 years ago. She felt the description of the Virgin was as sweet as barley sugar. Instead she wrote about her visit to Manchester’s cathedral and Josefina de Vasconcellos’ moving sculpture. Here is what she had to say:
George Frideric Handel’s Messiah is an English oratorio, and one of the most popular works in the western choral literature. So it’s no surprise that Mullingar Choral Society is set to produce it next weekend.