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Local school-girl commended in the Dáil for book honouring Sister Celine Mc Ardle

Mar 10, 2022 15:03 By News Northern Sound
Local school-girl commended in the Dáil for book honouring Sister Celine Mc Ardle Local school-girl commended in the Dáil for book honouring Sister Celine Mc Ardle
Molly Ward at the launch of her book on Sister Celine
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Minister Heather Humphreys said she was “proud to have a wonderful generation of young, articulate women” like Molly.

A local school-girl has been commended in the Dáil for her book honouring the life and legacy of Sister Celine Mc Ardle.

14-year-old Molly Ward’s classroom project on Sister Celine saw the Our Lady’s Secondary School student travel the highways and byways to conduct interviews about Sister Celine’s life.

Sister Celine was the founder of the Iontas Theatre in Castleblayney, and Molly's book can be purchased in the Iontas for €10, with the proceeds going to support the people of Ukraine.

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Speaking in the Dáil on International Women’s Day, local Minister Heather Humphreys said Sister Celine led and supported so many women and men in the local community.

Minister Humphreys added that she was “proud to have a wonderful generation of young, articulate women” like Molly Ward:

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