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The Hub stands for hear, understand, believe, and that is what Knock Shrine wants to help young people who visit the Shrine to do. The Hub is a place for all young people who visit the National Marian Shrine but also for all local teens and children in the surrounding areas.
The Annual Pioneer Association and Matt Talbot Pilgrimage will take place to Knock Shrine on Sunday July 21. Ceremonies commence at 2.30pm with anointing of the sick and concelebrated Mass at 3pm. All are welcome.
Over 65s Friendship Group
In order to raise funds for a local suicide prevention initiative, Knock Counselling Centre will host a Scottish Burns Supper at Café le Chéile, Knock Shrine on Friday January 18.
Knock Shrine experienced its busiest day of the year on Wednesday when between 15,000 and 20,000 attended the annual novena entitled Eucharist and Life.
Summer is here! Along with the summer come the many festivals that will take place around the country. One in particular that people might view as something unusual is the Knock Summer Festival.
Michael Ring, Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, has confirmed that a €450,000 marketing blitz for the west of Ireland is currently under way.
The Road Safety Authority, Mayo County Council, members of An Garda Síochána, the Emergency Services, and PARC Road Safety Group are asking people in Mayo to remember the victims of road collisions on World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday November 20.
A special ceremony will be held at 12pm on Sunday November 20 at Knock Shrine to remember people who have been killed and injured on the nation’s roads.