St Therese, the ‘Little Flower’ of Lisieux St Therese of Lisieux, the ‘little flower’ is remembered
Life as a Dominican Student Priest For over 800 years the Order of Preachers, the Dominicans have been
If there is a Heaven will Animals be there? Recently one of my friends was telling me about how much
Mary as a Role – Model The Catholic Church has traditionally dedicated the month of September
Hinduism – worshipping one God in many forms On Monday morning last I went to 7.25am Mass in my local
The Election of a Pope. This time last year we were awaiting the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland.
The Feast of the Assumption – What does it mean? The Feast of the Assumption The word ‘assumption’
Christianity, The Lion King and Narnia This week I finally got to see the new version of The Lion King.
Christian Persecution – Still Going On I was at a Mass recently where the Priest talked about how
Love Thy Neighbour As a country Ireland’s nearest neighbour is of course England, that other island
A Visit to Merchants Quay Ireland On Thursday of last week my colleague and I had the opportunity to
A Helping Hand – St Martin Charities At the St Martin Apostolate we have as our Patron a man
An English Saint for the Irish Earlier this week the Vatican made the announcement that Cardinal John
A Tale of Two Thomases The reign of Henry VIII is always fertile ground for writers partly because
Cathedrals Anyone? Summer is here and many parents will be trying to find ways to entertain their children
Yesterday, June 13th marked the feast day of one of the best loved saints in the Roman Catholic Church,