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The relics of Blessed Karl, the Last Emperor of Austria, will come to Galway Cathedral on Thursday 21 November 2019. Holy Mass in honour of Blessed...
The annual candlelight October rosary procession takes place in the Cathedral on the Sundays of October, beginning at 8:00pm each Sunday.
International Youth Conference Anointing Fire Catholic Ministry (A Catholic spiritual movement of missionary families, operating Catholic church-...
Weekly Taizé Evening in Galway Cathedral ::  An hour of prayer, music & reflection in Galway Cathedral Every Monday 8:00pm–9...
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ACN Week of Witness for Persecuted Christians
15 November – 1 December 2019

A message from Dr Michael Kinsella, National Director, Aid to the Church in Need (Ireland):

A series of Advent season talks to aid us in our spiritual preparation for Christmas.

8:00pm Tuesday 26 November 2019
— Welcoming the Christ Child in Song — Our Faith, Our Music
Talk given by Ms Neása Flaherty Burke

The annual candlelight October rosary procession takes place in the Cathedral on the Sundays of October, beginning at 8:00pm each Sunday.

The 2016 International Eucharistic Congress takes place in Cebu in the Philippines next January. Joe Walsh Tours is offering packages to those interested in attending.

The dates of the Galway Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes are July 1st to July 6th.

The Pilgrimage will be led by the Diocesan Administrator, Canon Michael McLoughlin.

A Week of Guided Prayer is a real retreat in the real world of everyday life. It may be the perfect solution for those who have too many daily responsibilities at work and at home to go and spend a week in a monastery or retreat centre.

The homily given by Pope St John Paul II at Holy Mass for the Youth of Ireland in Ballybrit on 30 September 1979 can be downloaded here.

International Youth Conference

Anointing Fire Catholic Ministry

Dr Ali Selim (Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland) and Dr Richard Kimball (The Religious Society of Friends) have designed a course for anyone interested in interfaith dialogue and improved community relations. The course is being offered in Galway and Dublin as an evening course.

Lectio Divina means ‘sacred reading’. It is not bible study.

This kind of reading has very little in common with the kind of reading we do when we read a book or a newspaper, and it is not just that we are reading holy scriptures that makes it different.

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