A collection of articles which provide snapshots of Fermanagh places, institutions and people at significant moments in their existence: Marble Arch Caves on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the opening of its show cave, Belleek Pottery on its 150th anniversary, the Graan monastery during its centenary year, Headhunters Railway Museum at the end of its first decade and Frankie McPhillips, a craftsman who has carried on the Irish fly-tying tradition for the past thirty-five years.
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A collection of articles that feature three of places that are sacred in the Christian tradition, a place of pilgrimage and two monasteries: St Patrick’s Purgatory, Lough Derg, Co Donegal; the Graan Monstery, Co Fermanagh and Holy Cross Monastery, Rostrevor, Co Down. Each of them is a sacred place and a refuge, welcoming all who come to them, whether they come to pray and meditate, seek spiritual guidance or for penance and reconciliation. Viewed from outside monasteries and places of pilgrimage often seem to be cloaked in an aura of mystery. In these articles we’ll glimpse inside their world and their ministries.