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Athlone Musical Society has announced Tony Dalton as its newest Honorary Life member.
St Patrick’s Primary School is now enrolling boys and girls for September 2021 for all classes from junior infants to sixth class.
Knock Shrine is launching a new series of online discussions to engage people during Lent.
Betty Hernon has been appointed as the principal of Coláiste Muire Máthair — the amalgamation of St Mary’s College and Our Lady’s College.
At early Mass on Christmas morning 1842, there was a dreadful accident at Galway’s Pro-Cathedral during which 37 people were killed, and many more were injured. Known as the Parish Church, and completed just twenty-one years before, it was by far the largest Catholic church in the town, surprisingly built in preCatholic Emancipation times.
To think of Christmas is to think of shepherds and lambs, an ox and an ass, angels and a star, kings from the East with their rich gifts, wicked King Herod, and the providential escape to Egypt of the Holy Family. But most of all it is to think of a mother and her child.
A festive occasion to remember, the illuminating of the Christmas lights in Mount Temple was a source of much virtual attraction as the event was relayed on the local community’s Facebook page on Saturday night last.
Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, has called on the government to reopen Churches and places of worship when the current restrictions are lifted in a week's time.
Mount Temple native and lead singer with New York based band, Maclean Avenue, Padraig Allen, will host a live concert on Saturday night to formally launch the switching on of the progressive community’s Christmas Lights for 2020.
The church of St Nicholas of Myra was first built c1320, making it 700 years old this year. It is the largest medieval church in Ireland and there has been constant Christian worship there since it was built. The chancel with its three windows in the south wall dates from the beginning, the nave, and the transept date from about a century later. In 1477 Christopher Columbus is believed to have worshipped here. In 1484, the church was granted Collegiate jurisdiction by which it was to be governed by a warden and vicars who would be appointed by the mayor and burghers of the town.