Clonliffe College will participate for the 4th time running in Culture Night 2016 on Friday 16 September from 6.00-9.30pm.
This year the Liturgy Resource Centre Team in collaboration with Diocesan Archives and the Diocesan Support Agency Crosscare have prepared another interesting contribution to this very successful national event. Father Damian McNeice will present a talk at 6.30pm on Clonliffe College Church – discussing its history and architecture and how it is such an important element in the religious and cultural heritage of our Diocese. Live sacred music will accompany this talk.
Celebrate 75 years of Crosscare in the Marmion Room from 7.00pm – 8.00pm. Join the Diocesan Social Support Agency, with Conor Hickey, CEO and his Team in illustrating their innovative work that continues to this day throughout the Dublin Diocese.
In The Academy Room from 8.00pm – 9.15pm, Make a Song and Dance about 1941 with a Swing Band and the Dublin Diocesan Music Group led by Father Pat O’Donoghue. Noelle Dowling, Diocesan Archivist will present unseen archival material form 1941. Attendees are invited to come along in costume dressed from the graceful 40s to add to the atmosphere.
For more on Culture Night events in the Archdiocese of Dublin see www.dublindiocese.ie.