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An Turas Naofa

The ecumenical service on Saturday 1 February in Galway Cathedral with Bishop Brendan Kelly, Bishop Patrick Rooke, Rev. Lynda Peilow and Rev. Helen Freeburn was a peaceful and uplifting service. It was followed by the launch of ‘An Turas Naofa – A Journey through Galway’s Christian Heritage’, and a walk around five of the city’s historic churches led by Br Colmán Ó Clabaigh OSB of Glenstal Abbey.