Read The Irish Spin November 2016 Edition

The Irish Spin November 2016 edition is now available. This edition is packed full of news including information on upcoming prayer vigils, our 16 days of activism and much […]

Second Mothers’ Union All-Ireland Prayer Vigil to END violence against women

“It is one of the most pervasive violations of human rights in the world, one of the least prosecuted crimes, and one of the greatest threats to lasting peace […]

Second Mothers’ Union All-Ireland Prayer Vigil to END violence against women

In solidarity with women across the world Mothers’ Union is supporting the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Campaign for the second year running with an All-Ireland […]

Derry and Raphoe Mothers’ Union Festival Service

Here are some images from our recent Festival Service.

An Exciting Year Planned for 2017

At the Festival Service President Mary announced that 2017 was going to be a very exciting year which would include a visit by the President of All Ireland Phyllis […]

New Diocesan President “A Force to be Reckoned With”

As Mothers’ Union members from throughout Derry and Raphoe Diocese gathered to celebrate their Festival Service in St Columb’s Cathedral, Right Rev Bishop Ken Good praised them, saying they […]

Never Underestimate the Power of Prayer

This year the Prayer Circle was delighted to welcome Rev Paul Hoey to lead an afternoon on Listening to God – Can we? How? What stops us?  It was […]

Mary Sumner Update 2016

Mary Sumner Day Prayer Walk 2016. The Quiet Garden at The See House. On Saturday, August 6th members and friends enjoyed an afternoon of rest and wonderful, prayerful refreshment in […]

It’s hard to ‘lick’ the generosity of the Mother’s Union!

All of the Children in the Tobermore Area attending the ToberTiny’s Community Playgroup and both Tobermore and Kilross Primary Schools where very excited indeed, when unexpected visitor’s from the […]

Welcoming New Members to the Mothers’ Union

New members of Mothers’ Union, Linda Hewitt and Wendy Gallagher with Rev’d Paul Hoey.