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Professions

On Thursday 15 September, the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, in St Mary’s Church, Pope’s Quay, Cork, three Dominican novices – Br Charles (Sean) Hurley OP, Br Michael Donohue OP, and Br Joseph McGinty OP – made their first profession in the hands of the Prior Provincial of Ireland,

Earlier in the year the three brothers who completed last years noviciate made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. The brothers who spend a year in our Noviciate in Cork have now made their First Profession to continue with the next step in their life as a Dominican. In our Studium,

Today our three novices made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. The Novices who have spend the last year in our Noviciate in Cork have now made their First Profession to continue with the next step in their life as a Dominican. In our Studium, which is St. Saviour’s priory in

On the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows four of our last years novices made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. The next step in their life as a Dominican is to go to our Studium, which is St. Saviour’s priory in Dublin. There they will study philosophy and theology

Today four of our novices made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. Yesterday, on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross the Irish Province received five new novices. The Novices who have spend the last year in our Noviciate in Cork have now made their First Profession. The next

This video shows a brief account of the Mass during which the new novices of the Irish Province of the Dominican Order receive their habit. The reception of the habit, on the feast day of the Exaltation of the Cross which is the Feast of the Province, marks the start