from St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
0 come, all ye faithful
As Joseph was a-walking (Cherry-
The First Nowell
(All carols, with the exception of ' Good King Wenceslas' are taken from the Irish Church Hymnal)
The Very Rev. R. G. S. King ,
Dean of Derry
Tonight's talk, the last of this series, deals with the famous Convention held near Limavady in A.D. 575, an assembly which lasted for several months, and which was attended by kings and princes. The speaker will describe the part played by the bards in Irish history and literature, and of St. Columba's intercession on their behalf to save them from expulsion from Ireland. He will also give an account of the death of St. Columba, and tell listeners of the saint's writings and his devotion to Ireland.
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