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Monastery of St Francis (Walsh) EDIT
c. xliv p. 427. Monastery of St Francis was erected in the year 1235 Ralph le Porter having given the site in that part of the city now called Francis street and King Henry HI patronizing the building AD 1293 King Edward I granted a pension of thirty five m...
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The friary of St Saviour (Walsh) EDIT
c. xliv p. 426-7 The friary of St Saviour on the north bank of the river Liffey near the old bridge and now called king's inns This house was founded between the years 1202 and 1218 by William Mareschall the elder earl of Pembroke for the health of his soul...
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Monastery of Witeschan (Walsh) EDIT
c. xliv p. 421 Monastery of Witeschan of which there is but slight mention made It was situate in the west part of Dublin passing from the cathedral of St Patrick through the Coombe to the pool of the house of St Thomas the martyr There was an order of fria...
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Radio Maria Broadcast
The Catholic Heritage Hour on Radio Maria Ireland has been broadcast for almost a year at 3.20 p.m. on Fridays, with speech programmes and a Holy Mass in the Gregorian Rite alternating from week to week.  This week, the Holy Mass was a Requiem for deceased ...
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Holy Year for Consecrated Life with Poor Clares
The first - but hopefully not the last - of our pilgrimages to honour the Holy Year of Consecrated Life took place on Saturday, 31st January, the feast of St. John Bosco.  Members and friends of our Association made a pilgrimage to the Poor Clare Convent, S...
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