Behind the closed doors of St. Flannan's Cathedral this week, preparations are underway for the welcome return this year of the Killaloe Music Festival. The Cathedral is delighted to be hosting this event, all be it in a different form this year due of course to the COVID-19 restrictions.
However, the concert promises to be an exciting event and will be accessible to so many more people than ever before, thanks to the festival being live-streamed.
So, everyone at St. Flannan's whishes the organisers, musicians, and everyone involved with the festival the very best for what promises to be a wonderful weekend of music.
For full details, please visit the festival web site.
The Dean of St Flannan's Cathedral, the Very Rev Roderick Smith, was interviewed on Scariff BayRadio last week. During the interview, Dean Smith talked about the very successful season of Sunday concerts that have been held in the Cathedral during May, as well as talking about the webcam and other exciting plans for the Cathedral.
If you missed the interview, you can listen here to the interview as a podcast.
Please join this evening for the last of the current series of Sunday Selections from St. Flannan's Cathedral.
This evening's concert has been recorded in advance, and will stream on YouTube at 7.pm
St. Flannan's Cathedral is delighted to be part of the new Limerick Killaloe CAMINO. The route offers a pilgrimage between Limerick and Killaloe, along a portion of a path called the Lough Derg Way. This a project of the joint Cathedral Chapter of the two Cathedrals at either end of the Camino: Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick, and Saint Flannan’s Cathedral, Killaloe. It is dedicated to the memory of Archdeacon Wayne Carney of the Diocese of Killaloe, Church of Ireland, a former member of the Chapter before his untimely death in the summer of 2020.
Full details can be found by following the link here
St.Flannan's joined with other churches across the country, on Sunday 6th September at 3.pm, with prayers and ringing the bells in thanks for the efforts of Ireland's wonderful front line workers in the battle against COVID-19.
Sadly, the Cathedral is unavailable at this time for concerts and other events. This is due to the COVID-19 situation.