Walk Number 27

MOTHERS' UNION ALL-IRELAND
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Walk Number 27

All-Ireland Mothers' Union
Published by Margaret Jacob in Latest News · 8 September 2021
June’s second walk in Limerick and Killaloe, walk number 27, began with over 20 members and friends gathering in the beautiful parish church of St Nicholas, formerly known as the "Black Abbey" - an Augustinian Friary founded in 1316 by the Earl of Kildare, on the outskirts of Adare to have a short service of morning prayer. This had been  arranged by the Branch Leader, Jessie Griffin, and it was led by a local lay reader, Dorothy Brislane. Not only were MU members present but there were several ladies from Adare Methodist Church and  the local  “Active Retired” group as well as visitors from the dioceses of Derry and Raphoe and Cork, Cloyne and Ross.

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