Albert Reynolds' to be buried today
The funeral of former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds takes place this afternoon.
Mr Reynolds, who was 81 when he died last Thursday, will be buried with full State honours.
Among the mourners at this afternoon's mass in Donnybrook in Dublin will be President Michael D Higgins, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, former Taoisigh and people from across politics.
Mr Reynolds' wife Kathleen and his family will also be joined by people from business and entertainment, reflecting the former Taoiseach's life outside of politics.
His son Philip will deliver the eulogy at the mass which will be said by Fr Brian Darcy; among the co-celebrants will be the Archbishop of Dublin Diarmaid Martin.
A large crowd is expected at the Church of the Sacred Heart for the funeral mass, before the former Taoiseach's remains are brought to Shanganagh cemetery in South Dublin later this afternoon.
Flags will fly at half mast on all Government buildings until Albert Reynolds is laid to rest.