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The Margaret Aylward Centre for Faith and Dialogue is located on the lawn at the front of the Holy Faith Sister’s convent in Glasnevin, a beautiful setting surrounded by well-cared for gardens and mature trees. The focus on dialogue is of particular significance to the work of the centre. The cedar of Lebanon which stands in the space between the convent grounds and the Botanic Gardens is a symbol that resonates with Judaism, Christianity and Islam and reminds us of the [...]
On Thursday 17 November 2016, the Margaret Alyward centre was the venue for the launch of a DVD made by members of the Finglas Historical Society and Friends of St Mobhi’s Church . Sales of the DVD will raise much needed funds for the upkeep of the historic St Mobhi’s church. Click here for images:
Solidarity at the Memorial Stone President Higgins is looking forward to listening to and responding to the stories of people who are struggling with poverty.You may wish to stand in solidarity at the memorial stone on Customs House Quay, North Wall at 11am on October 17 2016.
Against a backdrop of a beautiful rainbow and the delightful music from St Mary’s Girls’ Choir, Glasnevin, Culture Night 2016 was a very special evening. Guided walks of the grounds, tours of Glasnevin house and lectures on Graves and Graveyards of Glasnevin and Drumcondra offered our visitors an experience of dipping into our rich local heritage.
As Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint, we join our hearts in joy with all those throughout the world who are grateful for the inspiration that this great woman is. “Mother Teresa, in all aspects of her life, was a generous dispenser of divine mercy, making herself available for everyone through her welcome and defense of human life, those unborn and those abandoned and discarded,” he said. She was an example to volunteers around the world, he said. “May she [...]
Forget the Galway Races, it was all happening in Sillogue Neighbourhood Centre & Marewood Court. Supported by Dublin City Council and Clúid Housing, Lynda and Val hosted The Mad Hatters Summer Tea-Room. Everybody got in the spirit of creating fabulous hats, delicious food and a cup of tea served with a sense of fun! Some came up with some mad ideas for their hats, the effort and creativity was super. Thanks to all the ladies from Brenda and Geraldine for the welcome received.