SIENA – Young Adult Programme 2018/2019
Nov 1 2018 – May 31 2019 all-day
SIENA - Young Adult Programme 2018/2019

SIENA – Young Adult Programme 2018/19.  “Become who you are meant to be and set the world on fire”.  St. Catherine of Siena

If you are at a cross-roads in your life; just finished school, at or just finished third level education, working, unemployed, on a gap year, not satisfied with your career choice or looking for something more … then the SIENA programme is for you.  SIENA is designed to help young adults (18-35) to discover who they are meant to be and what path in life God may be calling them to.  Whether marriage or single life, priesthood or diaconate, religious or consecrated life, God has a plan for each one of us that will help us to thrive and not just survive.  You are invited to set aside six Saturday afternoons 2pm to 6:30pm between November 2018 and May 2019 to take part in the programme.   More details available on our website at or contact Frank McGuinness on 087 9880690 or at


Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019 @ St John's Church of Ireland Cathedral
Jan 25 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019 @ St John's Church of Ireland Cathedral

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity commences on Friday, 18th January and will continue until Friday, 25th January. During this time we are asked to pray in a special way for unity among all Christians. There will be an INTERDENOMINATIONAL SERVICE in St. John’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, John’s Street, Sligo on Friday 25th January 2019 at 8pm.  Bishop Kevin Doran is homilist.  All are welcome to attend.  Theme: “Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…”.

Camino de Santiago: Young Adult Pilgrimage with Bishop Kevin
Jun 23 – Jun 30 all-day

Camino de Santiago: Young Adult Pilgrimage with Bishop Kevin
23rd – 30th June 2019.  18 – 35 age group.  Cost €650. Includes flights, accomodation, 20kg Check-in luggage plus hand luggage, transfers and insurance.  Walking Details: A minimum of 100km walk is required to obtain the “Compostela“, the official accreditation of the pilgrimage of St. James.  This year we will walk the Celtic Camino, which includes an Irish and Spanish Component. In Spain we will walk the Camino Ingles with our starting point at A Coruna, in the north west coast of Spain, finishing in Santiago de Compostela.  This distance is 75km in total and we will walk it over 5 days, approximately 15km per day. In Ireland during the month of May/June we will walk St. Kevin’s way which will make up the additional 25km which is necessary to achieve the Compostela.  For more information, please see or contact: Frank McGuinness, Director of Youth Ministry on 087 9880690 or

Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes @ Lourdes, France
Aug 30 – Sep 4 all-day

The annual Diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes takes place from 30th August – 4th September.  

For all the information, to download booking form or to book online, visit