Centenary Year of Celebration – started

LOGO_100_Salesians_Ireland_3_Artboard 2 copy 11The Salesians came to Ireland in 1919, on the invitation of Dr Louis Hallinan, the Bishop of Limerick.

On the feast day of the Immaculate Conception, 8th December 1919, four Salesians, led by Fr Sutherland, arrived in Copsewood House, Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick. They opened an Agricultural College, the first foundation of the Salesians in Ireland.

On the 8th December 2018 we have celebrated the opening Mass of the Year of Centenary Celebration in the Shrine of Our Lady Help of Christinas in the Salesian House in Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick.

100 Years of Salesians in Ireland – Opening Mass – Centenary Year from Salesians of Don Bosco Ireland on Vimeo.