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    Liveline Thursday 11 April 2013



    Callers talked to Joe about the Sisters of Mercy 'House of Mercy' on Baggot street in Dublin and in County Wexford.

    There was further discussion about the changes to the Georgian Museum in Dublin's Fitzwilliam Street. 

    The abolition of the social welfare grant to help pay towards First Communions was discussed on today's programme.


    laundries and the Sisters of Mercy

    stories from Marie, Diane and Anne of women who worked in convent laundries that are not officially categorised as Magdalene


    Communion & Confirmation allowances abolished

    Reaction to announcement that the allowance for First Holy Communion and Confirmation has been abolished by the Department of Social Protection


    ESB house museum

    Jack was instrumental in the restoration of No 29 Fitzwilliam Street to it's former glory; Sr Fionnuala and Melissa regret the changes being proposed by the ESB


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