Irish Missionary Union events for October


 Irish Missionary Union events for October Irish Missionaries are organising a number of events around Ireland throughout th month of October to promote their work. On 2 October at 6pm, Bishop Hyacinth Egbebo, a young recently appointed bishop from Nigeria will address a gathering of IMU members, missionaries and friends at Wynn's Hotel, Dublin. Open to all. Admission free. Bishop Hyacinth will celebrate the Eucharist in St. Peter's Church, Phibsboro, Dublin, on 5 October at 2.15pm especially for the Nigerian and African communities. An exhibition of faith based volunteering organisations takes place from 5-26 October in St Peter's Church, Phibsboro, Dublin. A series of lectures celebrating 90 years of the Columban Mission begins on 7 October. Fr Sean McDonagh will be speaking on 'the Destruction of Biodiversity' at Dalgan Park, Navan, at 7.30pm. From 8-10 October, a multicultural photographic exhibition which looks at the stories of asylum seekers takes place at Cois Tine, St Mary's, Popes Quay. Cork from 9.30am ­ 4.30pm Trough the use of song, imagery, light and African drumming, Cois Tine Multicultural Choir will present a story on how music reaches across the hands of culture to bring about harmony and unity on 10 October at the African Missions, Blackrock Road, Cork 8.00pm. For a full list of events and more information see: www.imu.ie

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