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In addition to the Ambulance Corps, Order of Malta Ireland also manages and supports a number of other charitable activities including:

Annual Pilgrimages with the sick to Lourdes and Knock
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Knock Pilgrimage

Community event · 26 Aug, 17:00 – 28 Aug, 15:00
Knock Shrine, Cnoc Mhuire, Knock, Mayo F12, Ireland
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Summary

Mid-August marks the Feast of Our Lady of Knock and the last Sunday of August has traditionally been the date for our Orders pilgrimage to Knock.

Detailed description

In addition to the Order of Malta Irelands one day pilgrimage on Sunday, we are offering the opportunity to participate in our weekend pilgrimage.

The price for the weekend is €250 including meals, from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Participants will be asked to make their own travel arrangements, though collection from Knock Airport and nearest train station may be facilitated. The Pilgrimage program on Saturday will include onsite activities.


Please contact me via the vision 2050 website for more information, or to apply for this pilgrimage.

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About Order of Malta Ireland

In addition to the Ambulance Corps, Order of Malta Ireland also manages and supports a number of other charitable activities including:

Annual Pilgrimages with the sick to Lourdes and Knock
Annual Order of Malta International Summer Camp for Young Disabled
Respite holidays for people with learning and physical difficulties at our Share to Care facilities in Lisnaskea
Special Adult Education and Training Day Centre at Malta Services in Drogheda
Support for the homeless living on the streets of Dublin through or Knight Run project
The Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem offering high-quality maternity care to all women, regardless of race, religion, culture or social condition.