Diocese of Limerick will host an online liturgy for Leaving Cert students on the evening of the day their exams were due to start.
“Normally you would have had graduation ceremonies and Masses, and I know how much you miss not having those important moments in your school life. This has been an extraordinary year and a particularly extraordinary couple of months,” said Bishop Denis Nulty.
Archbishop Eamon Martin has told Leaving Cert and A Level students that the Covid-19 emergency has "gatecrashed what is such an important and special year in your lives, and it has left you wondering: what happens next?”
The guide was published by the social services arm of the Dublin Archdiocese and looks at a range of options for those awaiting their exam results.
Disappointed students should tell themselves that these results are not at all what matter most in life.
Report by UCC academics says there needs to be a very significant improvement in the teaching of RE as many pupils and some teachers see it as a doss subject.
New residence in Dublin will enable 26 long-stay residents have a permanent base for six months and will also offer nine emergency beds every night.