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Exhibition of Church of Ireland Architectural Drawings

An exhibition of the Church of Ireland’s historical architectural drawings – entitled A Visual Window to an Ecclesiastical World – will be launched by the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke, next Tuesday evening (7th May) at the Architecture

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St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick: newly discovered 19th Century Renovation Story

St Mary’s Cathedral in Limerick was founded in 1168 by King Domnhall Mor O’Brien (descendant of Brian Boru) and purportedly built on the site of the royal residence of the kings of Munster. This year has marked the 850th year

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Lunchtime lectures: Dublin and Glendalough 800th anniversary

To mark the 800th anniversary of the union of the dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, will host a series of lunchtime talks by experts in medieval history. All lectures commence at 1.30pm, the first of which will begin on St Laurence O’Toole’s

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History comes alive at St Patrick’s Cathedral

As of Wednesday, 5 August, visitors to St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, can now get a high tech insight into the building’s 800–year history following the launch of a new Discovery Space. Located in the cathedral’s South Transept, the interpretative centre was officially

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Lunchtime lectures at Christ Church

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, will host four weekly talks over the course of November on various historical aspects as part of its ‘Introducing Christ Church’ lunchtime lecture series. They will be held in the Chapter House Music Room beginning at 1.05pm and

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Lunchtime Lecture Series

A new series of lunchtime lectures aimed at ‘Introducing Christ Church’ gets underway in March. The Cathedral Library and Archives Committee has arranged the series of illustrated talks in Christ Church Cathedral each Tuesday in March. Each session will feature a different speaker

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