Hundreds of people attended separate services in Tyrone and Donegal on Wednesday which were held to mark the 20th anniversary of the Omagh bombing in which 29 people and two unborn babies lost their lives.
Candles are burning in Belfast Cathedral today to mark the 20th anniversary of the Omagh bombing. Thirty–one candles, one for each of those who died including unborn twins, were lit at the day’s first service at 8.10am.
The timetable for the 2018 Diocesan Camino de Glendalough has been announced. The walks will take place on Sunday September 9. The Camino follows the 30km route along St Kevin’s Way from Hollywood in West Wicklow to Glendalough.
Prayers will be said in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, on Wednesday August 15, the 20th anniversary of the Omagh bomb.
More than 130 parishioners and friends of the Donegal group of parishes were ‘all at sea’ on Saturday evening in their efforts to raise money for their ‘Save our Spire’ campaign.
Congratulations to ‘The Magnificent Seven’ from All Saints’ Parish, Eglantine, Diocese of Connor, who raised a fantastic £1,750 for Air Ambulance Northern Ireland.
A statement from the Rt Revd Harold Miller, Bishop of Down and Dromore.