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Confession is good for the soul Most of us at one time or another will have heard the expression ‘Confession

I recently learned that February 17, last Sunday, is the date on which National Random Acts of Kindness

Mention St Valentine and all sorts of images come to mind, red hearts, flowers, chocolates, messages

February 1st was originally a pagan festival marking the beginning of the new Season. It was known as

I have often heard older people say that the younger generation no longer seem to call their children

We are now in the third week of January 2019 and memories of Christmas are beginning to fade. Perhaps

At the heart of the Christmas, the message is the story of a family, the holy family of Nazareth, Jesus,

Is it just me or did Christmas begin even earlier than usual this year? By that of course I mean the

I am not the only Irish person who has fond memories of The Moving Crib in Parnell Square, a much loved

“A book is a gift you can open again and again.” – Garrison Keillor The art of storytelling

In the month of November, as we pray especially for the Holy Souls, we are reminded naturally of the

On November 3rd we celebrate the feast of St Martin de Porres. But who is this saint and why is he so

At this time of year, in the month before December, a lot of peoples’ thoughts are turning towards

There is a lovely saying from Rabindranath Tagore, the Indian poet and philosopher, ‘Faith is the

My Pilgrimage to Rome and Assisi By Marie-Therese Cryan When my friend asked me if I would like to go

The name of Matt Talbot is a very familiar one, especially to Dubliners and those of us who regularly