Pictures among Slieve Felim Hills while preparing for the fourth National Pilgrim Paths Week walk which will take place on Holy Saturday, 12.30pm, April 15 are Fr. Anthony Keane, OSB, Glenstal Abbey and Fr. Dan Woods, P.P. Kilcommon.
Pilgrims and walkers are invited to convene at Kilcommon Community Hall at 12.30 pm to register for the walk which includes a special reflection at the Mass Rock with Fr. Anthony and Fr. Dan. The reflection will be supported by young singers from Kilcommon National School along with a local harpist and musicians.
The walk will conclude with a pilgrim gathering for refreshment at Kilcommon Community Hall. All are welcome. Contribution of €5 includes refreshments with children are free. further details 062 78103. ...
Don’t forget the illustrated talk on the recent re-awakening of the Irish pilgrim paths, on Tuesday next, March 28, in the Library, Friar St, Cashel, Co Tipperary. John G O’Dwyer will describe his pilgrim journey from Slemish, Co Antrim to Skellig Michael, Co Kerry, He will also explain the new Irish Pilgrim Passport, which is proving very successful, and his latest book on Ireland’s penitential journeys. This is due for publication in April and contains details of several additional pilgrim paths with maps and historic background. Admission is free and all are most welcome. Evening begins with a cuppa at 7pm. Talk commences 7.20pm. ...
Follow Brigid`s Way Celtic Pilgrimage in celebration of Pilgrim Paths Week on Friday, April 14. Depart Slane, cross the River Boyne and continue along stunning country roads, through Realtóg and Skreen to the iconic Hill of Tara Elemental blessings of fire and water will be offered along the route. Meet: The Conyngham Arms Hotel Slane Village at 10.15am
Contribution: €16 Distance: 23km Time: 5 to 6 hours
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Requirements: Packed lunch and water bottle. A stop will be made enroute to picnic. Minimum walking fitness required.