Brendan Hoban reads ‘Grace’ from his new book ‘A Priest’s Diary’.

Brendan Hoban reading a reflection from his new book ‘A Priest’s Diary’ on Midwest Radio’s Faith Alive programme with Monica Morley.


Copies of ‘A Priest’s Diary’ are now available at €15 from all local bookshops in Mayo or online from

Also available from the following bookshops: 

  1. Castle St Bookshop, Castlebar…
  2. McLoughlin’s Bookshop, Westport…www.mcloughlin’
  3. Knock Shrine Bookshop…
  4. Séamus Duffy’s Bookshop, Westport, Ph 098-26816
  5. Smyth’s Newsagents, Claremorris.
  6. Pastoral Centre in the Cathedral, Ballina.
  7. Easons Bookshop, Ballina.
  8. Carey’s Bookshop, Belmullet.
  9. Milo’s Newsagency, Enniscrone.





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