Dominicans in Ireland


Dominicans in Ireland
Ruins of the Dominican Friary at Burrishoole, County Mayo

The Dominican Order (Order of Preachers) has been present in Ireland since 1224 when the first foundation was established in Dublin. This was quickly followed by Drogheda (also 1224), Kilkenny (1225), Waterford (1226), Limerick (1227) and Cork (1229)

Contents

List of notable Irish Dominicans

Henry Flanagan, (1988), musician, artist and sculptor Aonghus Buckley, artist

Dominican colleges

International:

See also

Category:

  • Dominican monasteries in the Republic of Ireland

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External links

National Websites

Websites of Local Communities & Local Apostolates




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