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The village of Knock is preparing for an influx of up to 120,000 to 150,000 people next week during the National Novena to Our Lady of Knock - which will run from Monday, August 14, to Wednesday, August 23. The annual novena at the Marian Shrine is one of the biggest events to draw people into the county each year and this year is no different. This year is the 40th year of the National Novena to Our Lady of Knock, the original intention behind the Novena was to recognise the unique role that Knock has to play in the life of the Irish church. The theme of this year's pilgrimage is 'Living Life to the Full' and there will be a number of guest speakers, and daily workshops along with services taking place over the nine days of the novena. Ceremonies will take place at 3pm and 8.30pm and workshops at 12 noon and 6pm each day.
The Solemn Novena of Esker, Athenry, and Ballinasloe will be held from Tuesday June 3 to Wednesday June 11.
Thousands of people are expected to flock to the city next week for the annual Solemn Novena which will run from Feb 10 to Feb 18.
Thousands of people are expected in Galway over the next week and a half for the annual Solemn Novena in honour of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, one of the highlights of the Catholic calendar in the west.
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.
The annual Solemn Novena, which take place at Galway Cathedral from February 8 to 16, will bring a message of hope and consolation to people disspirited by growing problems.
Knock FM is back on the air from Thursday next, August 14. The Novena ceremonies will be broadcast live each day from August 14 to 22 inclusive.
Knock FM is back on the air from today, August 14, with Novena ceremonies broadcast live each day from August 14 to August 22 inclusive.
“Finding the key to happiness” is the theme of this year’s Solemn Novena which begins on Monday at Galway Cathedral.