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Check out our vocation page in this weeks Irish Catholic

This week to mark vocation Sunday we have a full page in the Irish Catholic newspaper explaining a little about Capuchin life and answering some frequently asked questions. For more information on what life as a Capuchin friar is like today you can: Visit on vocation page:  http://www.capuchinfranciscans.ie/vocations-introduction/ Visit our vocations blog: www.capfrans.blogspot.ie Visit our social…

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A new Custos for Zambia

Many congratulations to Br Augustine Mwape OFM Cap. recently elected Custos for the Capuchin Province in Zambia. The Irish Capuchin Frairs have been ministering in Zambia since the 1930’s. To find out more about our overseas missions work and how you can help, visit http://www.capuchinmissions.ie/ Also elected to serve on the Council were Br Lawrence Katongo, Br…

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Easter Ceremony Schedules

**Scroll down to find a friary near you** Church Street Friary, Dublin 7 WED. 28TH:      8 am: Morning Mass 7.30 pm: Penitential Service with opportunity for confession, followed by Evening Mass                                                 HOLY THURSDAY…

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Child Safeguarding Statement of the Irish Capuchin Franciscan Province (2018)

We are pleased to publish the Child Safeguarding Statement of the Irish Capuchin Franciscan Province (2018). This statement has been prepared to comply with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015. As a constituent member of the Catholic Church in Ireland, we, the Capuchin Franciscan Friars, recognise and uphold the dignity and rights of all…

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Queen’s University Orchestra’s visit to Church St. Friary

  The Capuchin fraternity in Church St. had the privilege of welcoming the Symphony Orchestra from Queen’s University to the Church where they delivered a very enjoyable concert of well known classical pieces including extracts from Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and “Morning” from Peer Gynt. The evening was a wonderful reminder that music can build bridges…

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