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solemn professions

Congratulations to bro. Matthew Farrell O.P. on the occasion of his Solemn Profession. The Provincial, Fr. Gregory Carroll OP, received the profession of brother Matthew during the 11.30 am Mass in St. Saviour’s Church, Dominick Street. The Province extends its congratulations and best wishes bro Matthew as well as our

On the Feast of the Queenship of Mary, the 22nd of August, bro. Jesse Maingot O.P. made his Solemn Profession in the Order of Friars Preachers. When a young man joins the Dominican Order he starts with a Noviciate year to discern if God is calling him to join the

The Irish Province celebrates the Solemn Profession of Br. Philip Mulryne OP. Solemn profession is the final step in becoming fully a Dominican. The vow of obedience is made until death, unlike the vow of simple profession which is made for a specific period of time. Br. Philip will continue

On Sunday 11th September, Br. Philip Mulryne O.P. will make Solemn Profession “until death” in the Dominican Order. The profession will be made during Mass in St. Saviour’s Church, Dominick Street, Dublin, at 11.30 a.m. Fr. Gregory Carroll O.P., Provincial, will celebrate the Mass. Thanks be to God.

On the 7th of September six Dominican brothers made their solemn vows to the Dominican Order. The Solemn Vows are their profession to be part of the order until death. Brothers David McGovern OP, Damian Polly OP, Ronan Connolly OP, Daragh McNally OP, Conor McDonough OP and Eoin Casey OP