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An Turas Naofa – A Journey Through Galway’s Christian Heritage Celebrate Galway 2020! Ecumenical service at 12.00 noon on Saturday...
Catholic Schools Week 2020 runs from Sunday 26 January to Sunday 2 February. The theme this year is: Living in Harmony with God’s Creation....
Turning Wounds into Wisdom: Reflections on the Sunday Gospels Bishop Emeritus Martin Drennan's book will be launched on Sunday 2 February in...
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Catholic Schools Week 2020 runs from Sunday 26 January to Sunday 2 February. The theme this year is: Living in Harmony with God’s Creation.

To access the list of Confirmation Dates for 2019 please click on the following link:

CONFIRMATION_2019.pdf

The occasion of a child's First Holy Communion is a wonderful opportunity for parents to deepen and reinvigorate their own faith. It can also be a graced moment of renewal for the broader parish community.

Galway Hospice Annual Christmas Tree

Mulch your Christmas Tree in aid of Galway Hospice Foundation

:: 6—18 January 2020

Monday to Friday 5.00pm–7.00pm; Saturday 10.00am–5.00pm

Location: NUI Galway, adjacent to the Alice Perry Engineering Building

Donations in aid of Galway Hospice Foundation

In preparation for hosting the Diocesan Stand 399 at the National Ploughing Championships, Bishop Denis Nulty (Kildare & Leighlin diocese) is inviting people all around the country to choose their favourite prayer, perhaps a prayer learnt at their mother’s knee or handed down ó ghlúin go glúi

You Shall Be My Witness is a progamme designed to offer resources to members of the parish team that will enable them to encourage, challenge and invite parents to beccome more actively involved in the preparation for Confirmation.

Various documents and electronic resources relating to Pope Francis’ encyclical Querida Amazonia are now available: click here for a portal link.

Our central aim is to provide retreats for students from secondary schools across the diocese. In facilitating these days of reflection, we aim to offer an experience which will lead to a personal encounter with Christ.

Congratulations to Indira Kelly from Seamount College, Kinvara, who won the Inaugural Sr Sarah Clarke Award for her project analysing the fast fashion industry using the tenets of Catholic social teaching.