St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick, celebrates 850th year with Service of Thanksgiving

On Saturday afternoon, 8th September (the Feast of the Birth of the Blessed Virgin, a Service of Thanksgiving was held for 850th Anniversary of the foundation of Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick.

The Service, held in the Cathedral, was the liturgical highlight of this year’s celebration which will pay particular attention to the role of the Cathedral within the life of the City of Limerick.

The guest preacher was the Right Revd David Chillingworth, former Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church. The Bishop of Limerick, the Most Revd Dr Brendan Leahy, and the Mayor of Limerick, Councillor James Collins, participated in the Service, along with…

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