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A True Homecoming in Ireland
Regnum Christi members come together to celebrate the feast of Christ the King

Legionaries concelebrate Mass at St. John the Evangelist church
Legionaries concelebrate Mass at St. John the Evangelist church

Dublin, Ireland, December 14, 2010 -- The Feast of Christ the King in Dublin, Ireland was a true homecoming for Regnum Christi.  Members of the movement, including ECYD members and friends came from all over Ireland to celebrate the Mass of the Feast of Christ the King on November 21, 2010 at St. John the Evangelist Parish in Ballinteer in Dublin.

Four Legionary priests concelebrated the Mass, including Fr. Michael Mullan LC, Father Sergio Rosiles LC, Father Darren Brennan, LC and Father Fergal O’Duill, LC.  The priests were assisted by several brother
Cantors from Northern Ireland
Cantors from Northern Ireland

Music was provided by Regnum Christi members from Northern Ireland, and Dublin Oak Academy students helped as ushers.  Students from Woodlands Academy supervised games for toddlers and children at the reception following the Mass. 

“A family spirit was felt throughout the day and week leading up to the feast,” said Regnum Christi member Teresa O’Donovan.  She said the RC teams enjoyed a social evening and dinner on the previous Thursday and Friday before the feast day.  On the eve of Christ the King, members participated in a holy hour and all-night
 Children have fun at the reception
Children have fun at the reception
adoration at the Dal Riada Faith and Family Center.

“Regnum Christi Day was truly enjoyed, thanks to the wonderful spirit of all involved,” said Teresa.





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