A ‘God’s gift’ for the church sacred object industry
IRELAND has been awarded the prestigious Order of the Sacred Object (OSO) honour for its role in safeguarding the country’s heritage and religious values.
The Irish Order of Sacred Objects was established in 2011, and is one of the largest organisations dedicated to protecting sacred objects in Ireland.
“We are extremely proud that the Order of The Sacred Object has been honoured for its work to preserve Ireland’s rich cultural heritage,” said Rosanna O’Brien, the OTO’s Secretary-General.
“The Irish people have been the greatest beneficiaries of this work, and I am particularly proud that so many of our most revered objects have been made available to the public.”
The OTO has recognised its contribution to Ireland’s cultural heritage and heritage protection since 2011, when it was established.
The organisation’s work includes the creation of the Irish State Archives, the Irish National Museum and a large number of heritage sites across the country.
The OTA is one step closer to its mission to ensure that the public is protected from the threat of threats, such as climate change and the threat posed by climate change.
The OTO is also working to promote the protection of the countrys environment, with its conservation work focused on the environment and biodiversity.
According to the OTA, the organisation’s mission is to protect the Irish nation’s cultural and religious heritage by protecting, preserving and promoting its heritage.
“Ireland has an exceptional heritage that is highly valued and deeply valued,” O’Connor said.
“This is our heritage and our heritage is our lifeblood.”