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17 Aug 2022

Eucharistic Congress - The Kilkenny connection

jerpoint glass studio, Stoneyford has produced a special chalice and paten to mark the 50th international eucharistic congress being held in Dublin this week. The chalice and paten are of special significance to parishes in the Diocese of Ossory as they feature the Ossory logo and bear an inscription commemorating the Eucharistic Congress 2012. The names of individual parishes are inscribed on each chalice making it a unique memento of this historic occasion.

jerpoint glass studio, Stoneyford has produced a special chalice and paten to mark the 50th international eucharistic congress being held in Dublin this week. The chalice and paten are of special significance to parishes in the Diocese of Ossory as they feature the Ossory logo and bear an inscription commemorating the Eucharistic Congress 2012. The names of individual parishes are inscribed on each chalice making it a unique memento of this historic occasion.

Jerpoint Glass studio is a small family run business and it has been making hand blown glass in Stoneyford for over 30 years. During that period the studio has produced liturgical vessels for special occasions.

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