Follow the footsteps of Mary Aikenhead on virtual pilgrimagePrint
A real time pilgrimage to Ireland was one of the features of the co-operation between the Sisters of Charity of Australia and Mary Aikenhead Ministries.
Plans were already underway to revitalise the way in which pilgrimages were done. Then, the first COVID-19 outbreak struck, adding a certain urgency to the project. And so, the virtual pilgrimage was created.
You will find the virtual pilgrimage here.
Image 1: Glendalough, the cradle of Christianity in Ireland; 2: Poor children, who lived in squalour, hardship and starvation during the Potato famines; 3: A practical solution to employment – The Woollen Mills in Foxford, established by the Religious Sisters of Charity; 4: North William Street; 5, Venerable Mary Aikenhead’s grave in Donnybrook.