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A small ceremony took place in San Clemente last week.  With prayer and a blessing, we formally marked the beginning of a restoration project for the Basilica and excavations.  Over the last number of years, it has become apparent that a great deal of work needs to be done in

On Sunday 11 February, the Master of the Dominican Order, Fr Gerard Timoner OP, celebrated the Mass which launched this year's celebrations of the 800th anniversary of the arrival of Dominican friars in Ireland.
2024 marks the 1500th anniversary of the death of St Brigid, patroness of Ireland and founder of the great monastery of Kildare. Her life is the subject of some of the oldest works written in Ireland, and she has inspired countless generations ever since. To contribute to the celebration of
Hibernia Dominicana (Dominican Ireland): that's the name of an online, open-access resource for Irish Dominican History that has just been launched. Named after the monumental historical work by Thomas de Burgo OP, published in 1762, this resource aims at giving professional and amateur historians access to a wide range of
Fr Gerard Timoner OP, Master of the Order of Preachers, will make his way to Dublin to open celebrations of the 800th anniversary of the arrival of Dominican friars in Ireland.
On Wednesday 14 September, the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, three young men were clothed in the Dominican habit in St Mary’s Church, Pope’s Quay, Cork. The three men – David O’Donnell (Cork), Aidan O’Connor (Tipperary), and John Melvin (Donegal) – received the habit from the Prior

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