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Gerry Flannery Spiritual Tours Ireland

My name is Gerry Flannery and I have lived in County Mayo most of my life.

I moved to Knock 18 years ago. I have been involved in the tourism area for many years and have been to lots of Shrines and holy places both in Ireland and abroad.

Spiritual Tours Ireland offer a friendly and unique tour experience tailored to suit your individual needs.

I specialise in visiting Christian heritage sites throughout the country but I can also accommodate any sightseeing areas that you may have in mind such as, the Cliffs of Moher, Glendalough, Kilarney and many more.

In the past I have also helped people connect with their ancestors and have taken customers to their ancestors’ homes and places of rest.

If you need some inspiration I have plenty of suggestions, feel free to ask.

Top Spiritual Tours Ireland Destinations

Knock Shrine

The Knock Shrine (Hill of Mary) in County Mayo is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site.

Its the only Shrine in the world where the lamb of God appeared with our lady.

St. Joseph and St. John, the evangelist, angels also appear.

Fr Peyton's Place

The Fr Peyton CSC Memorial Centre, is located in Attymass County Mayo. It is a popular attraction for both pilgrims and tourists.

Fr Peyton was one of Ireland’s most famous priests and was internationally known as the ‘Rosary Priest’.

Rossnowlagh Franciscans Friary

The Franciscan Friary, Rosnowlagh is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site, located in County Donegal.

It welcomes all who seek peace and reconciliation and is a popular destination for visitors and pilgrims alike.

St. Rita

St. Rita (Cascia) is called the saint of the impossible.

Visit the Shrine at St. John’s Lane Church, Dublin every Saturday morning. Mass also offered.

St. Ignatius Rice

From a very early age Edmund Rice has shown great kindness to the poor of Waterford. He was renowned and loved for his kindness and caring for the young on the streets at that time. He also employed mostly poor people in his ship in Waterford.

Mount Melleray Abbey

Mount Melleray Abbey is a Trappist monastery in Ireland, founded in 1833.

It is situated on the slopes of the Knockmealdown Mountains, near Cappoquin, Diocese of Waterford.

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