Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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  • St Colum Cille and the oldest literature in the Irish language

    St. Colum Cille, one of the three patrons of Ireland, founded many monasteries, including those of Derry and Durrow (Co. Offaly). His most famous foundation was that of Iona off the coast of Scotland. The Viking raids on Iona around the year 800 AD led to the foundation of Kells in 807 as a refuge for monks from Iona. The first historical mention of Skreen occurs in the year 974. The name Skreen derives from the fuller Irish Scrín Coluim Chille (“The shrine of St. Colum Cille”). Read More
  • Retreats 2013-2014

    Lismullin provides a pleasant atmosphere conducive to personal reflection and study. A retreat at Lismullin will give depth to your convictions and encouragement to be an active disciple of our Lord.‘We cannot bring to the world the Good News, which is Christ himself in person, if we ourselves are not deeply united with Christ, if we do not know him profoundly, personally, if we do not live on his words’(Pope Benedict XVI) Read More
  • Turning of the sod of new facility at Lismullin

    Lismullin Hospitality Services Centre recently launched a new building project co-financed by Meath Partnership through the Irish Department of Environment, Community and Local Government. With this new building project we start a new stage for Lismullin Hospitality Services Centre: the Lismullin School of Culinary & Home Arts. Read More
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Upcoming Heritage Series 2014

Upcoming Events

  • 4-6 April - Weekend Retreat for Men +

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  • 9 April - Heritage Series - St Colum Cille +

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  • 11-13 April - Weekend Retreat for Women +

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  • 16-19 April - Holy Week Retreat for Men +

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  • Nursing Now Conference
  • Front Entrance
  • Nursing's Seminar