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AFTER SPENDING more than a decade together in the same nursing home, it is time for Mary O’Toole, Mary O’Neill, and Mary O’Brien to bid farewell to one another. This is 3 Hail Marys, which is coming to the Town Hall Theatre.
The family of celebrated Attymass priest Fr Patrick Peyton have said no contact has been made with them about the exhumation of his body.
This year’s Women’s World Day of Prayer service will be held this Thursday, March 2 at 7.30pm in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Creagh, Ballinasloe. The service is open to both men and women and has been prepared by the Christian women of the Philippines. The theme for 2017 is ‘Am I Being Unfair To You?’, which was developed against a background of calamity, injustice, and poverty in their nation.
A group of young people involved in organising an evening of prayer at Galway Cathedral in the run up to the festive season will take to the streets to encourage people to remember the true meaning of Christmas.
Paddy Hughes is a well known healer who claims to possess a gift which has been in his family for over a century. His aunt, also a healer, passed her gift on to him more than 30 years ago.
Shamans, in Ireland called spiritual healers, are the keepers of a body of spiritual techniques used to maintain good health, or to heal ourselves and others. Shamans use meditation, visualisation, yoga, massage, prayer, poetry, songs, or drumming to induce altered states of consciousness, so that the patient relaxes their body, allowing healing to take place at a subconscious level. When the body is deeply relaxed, tension disappears, the racing mind slows down, and the body’s own natural healing mechanism steps in.
Over 30 years ago, Paddy Hughes had no idea of what fate had in store for him when his aunt chose him to carry on the gift of healing which had been in the family for over 100 years.
It has been over 30 years since Paddy Hughes discovered his aunt had chosen him to carry on the gift of healing which it was claimed had been in the family for over 100 years.
The issue of whether a prayer will be said before the meetings of Castlebar Town Council in future was raised at the May meeting of the local authority. The councillors were discussing a number issues to do with protocol recommendations for the council. Cllr Frank Durcan proposed that before a meeting the members should say an Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be to the Father. Cllr Eugene McCormack told the meeting that “maybe that is one too many” to which Cllr Durcan agreed that either the Hail Mary or the Our Father be said.
The renowned liturgical composer Marty Haugen will be in Galway tomorrow for a one-off music workshop for parish choirs and musicians, followed by a public prayer service.