The 1848 Tricolour Celebration is a cultural and historical event, which commemorates the first unveiling of the Irish Tricolour flag by Thomas Francis Meagher at 33 the Mall in Waterford city. This year’s celebration will take place between the 7th and 9th of March 2014. The highlight of the annual event is the official military […]
Founded by the Vikings in 914, Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and in 2014 the city will celebrate its 1100th anniversary. Waterford city has undergone major regeneration over the past three years, with the development of the Viking Triangle, the opening of the House of Waterford Crystal, and the relocation of the award winning Waterford […]
Waterford & Omagh Peace Choir present Songs for the Soul a Charity Candlelit Concert. Saturday 16th November 2013 in the Edmund Rice Chapel, Barrack Street from 8:30pm to 10:00pm Donations on the night to the Solas Centre if desired.
ERN Conference October 11th, 2013 Summary Report John Waters was the keynote speaker. In his conference address he spoke of the need for all involved in education to keep in mind the transcendent dimension of the human person that underpins authentic education in the Catholic tradition. He drew attention to the ‘bunker mentality’ that so […]
Free Charity Concert for street children on India Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in the Edmund Rice Chapel, Barrack Street, Waterford. Starting at 7:30pm.
A special Service of Thanksgiving was held for the donors, volunteers and supporters of the Edmund Rice Beyond 250 Appeal at the end of June at the Edmund Rice Chapel in Mount Sion, Waterford . It was a poignant day shared by friends – a wonderful celebration of what can be achieved when a community […]