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# Pilgrimage

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Mountain rescuers urge people to 'be sensible' ahead of Reek Sunday climb up Croagh Patrick
23 people injured as thousands climb Croagh Patrick for Reek Sunday
Explainer: What were the 'strange occurrences' that turned Knock into a global pilgrimage site?
Barefoot pilgrims, 13 masses and 140 rescuers: Busy Reek Sunday climb up Croagh Patrick expected
Ireland to return to Soldier Field in November for clash with Conor O'Shea's Italy
Irish pilgrim (79) dies in Italy
'Grandparents are the anchor of many families - but we don't always recognise that'
Man suffers heart attack, and others sustain serious injuries, on way up Croagh Patrick
Can't make it to Fatima? Why not 'rent-a-pilgrim' for €2,500
Racing 92 v Munster, Champions Cup
Pilgrims are advised not to climb Croagh Patrick barefoot
Three-year-old child treated for hypothermia on Croagh Patrick
Hundreds ignore warning not to climb Croagh Patrick, ten get hypothermia
'My name belonged and so I belonged' - Barack Obama is about to return to his 'homeland'
The Camino de Santiago is coming back to Dublin after almost 800 years
New Yorkers flying direct to Knock for a special Pilgrimage this summer
Plane carrying 170 Irish pilgrims forced to turn back to Dublin twice
Opinion: Blisters, bruises, bumps, bites – life on the Camino is tough but worth every minute
Michelle McBride
Two people airlifted from Croagh Patrick as thousands make pilgrimage
13 mountain rescue teams in Mayo for mass 'Reek Sunday' pilgrimage
Erosion of Croagh Patrick a major concern ahead of 'Reek Sunday' pilgrimage
Poll: Would you ever consider going on a religious pilgrimage?
Opinion: Thousands of Irish people go on pilgrimage every year... but why?
Richard Scriven
Opinion: I became a long-distance walker at 70 and have now covered thousands of miles
Donal Corcoran
Column: A lot of people miss the point of Lourdes – it's about faith but also about fun
Lloyd Murphy
Want an adventure? Try climbing Croagh Patrick, surfing Mullaghmore and horse-riding at Castle Leslie
Seven plane-loads of people depart Dublin for Lourdes pilgrimage
Indian train ploughs into a crowd of pilgrims, killing 35
77 dead, 143 injured in rail crash - "no indications" any Irish citizens were on board
Hundreds of pilgrims evacuated after flooding hits Lourdes
Three casualties from Croagh Patrick pilgrimage
Poll: Have you climbed Croagh Patrick?
Getting there: your Euro 2012 travel options
Column: Cardinal Rules – What happens in Lourdes, stays in Lourdes…
(Not) Cardinal Sean Brady
Bomb threat at Lourdes
Croagh Patrick pilgrims face slippery slopes