On Saturday 16th December, a stand will be outside the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Waterford from 12 noon until 5pm where more information will be available for this special event due to be held next year. A volunteer drive will also take place, and Richard Brennan from the national office in Dublin will attend. Please note that if you would like to volunteer, you can begin the process on Saturday by having photo ID with you and proof of your address. Please also be aware that you will need to be Garda vetted to volunteer.
3rd to 13th January will see the National Icon that is currently visiting every diocese in Ireland, arrive at the Cathedral. More details will be available soon about the many events that will take place in the Cathedral during this special time. The Icon is particularly beautiful – and more details on it can be seen below by its picture.
Please click on Bishop Cullinan’s address for WMOF 2018 to hear Bishop’s address for this wonderful event that will be in Ireland during August 2018.
Preparations are already underway. Please click on Logo Information to see what it means.
A specially commissioned WMOF2018 icon of the Holy Family was unveiled and anointed on 21August 2017, during the launch of the one-year programme of preparation at the National Novena in Knock, Ireland.
The icon was written by the Redemptoristine Contemplative Community in Drumcondra as part of their ongoing prayer for families. The icon is meant to encourage both reflection and prayer as part of the journey of preparations to World Meeting of Families 2018.
Following the official unveiling at the National Novena in Knock, the icon will be available to travel to each diocese in Ireland.
For more see worldmeeting2018.ie.
For further information on WMF please log onto World Meeting of Families website
Watch this space for further details on upcoming diocesan events.