Hundreds of revellers have flocked to the remote island of Inis Mor, off the County Galway coast, to worship at the altar of Father Ted.
Events over the weekend included Buckaroo speed dating, the Father Jack cleaning fluid drinks reception, ludo aerobics, and not forgetting the lovely girls contest.
Here, Thomas Fortune summons up the spirit of legendary boozehound Father Jack, although so far he appears to be avoiding the cleaning fluids cocktail.
But what would Father Ted make of this sort of thing?
Bride Louise Kiernan, 24, from Swords in Dublin and groom Luke Callanan, 33, from Limerick tied the knot in a Druid ceremony. "I will love, honour and make you tea all the days of my life," Louise vowed. "Will you marry me? Go on, go on, go on!"
Harmony was restored following a row between Inis Mor and the smaller Inis Oirr, which claimed it was the real Craggy Island. They sensibly decided to settle their differences with a five-a-side priests football match on the beach.
Plenty of nice refreshing tea was on hand for Republic of Ireland World Cup legends Tony Cascarino and John Aldridge, who were roped in to manage the two islands.
Inis Mor won the match 2-0, securing a plaque reading: "The Real Craggy Island - as seen on Father Ted." The Inis Mor manager Tony Cascarino, said: "It was the most unusual match I've ever been at."
Inis Oirr boss John Aldridge said: "It was a good match, very competitive, both sides were giving it all. I thought our side was the best side but we never got the luck."
Catherine Delaney and Patricia McCahill raise a toast to Father Ted...
...while Tipperary men (left to right) Billy Lyons, Danny Lambe and Enda Fogerty get into the swing of things on the island.