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Saint-Oliver-Plunkett- portrait

This week we celebrated the feast of St Oliver Plunkett, who when canonized in 1975, became the first

The news from the Vatican this week was a reminder that we are living in a unique period of history

Praying in times of crisis

The current unprecedented coronavirus crisis has affected all areas of life including church services. 

Cross at sunset

This week we are preparing for Easter Sunday, the highest point in the Liturgical Calendar of the Church. 

On Tuesday of this week, Pope Francis asked if everyone in every country, regardless of their religious

Little Women- Nollaig na mBan

On January 6th we celebrate both Little Women and Wise Men and by that I mean Nollaig na mBan and the


First of December; First Sunday of Advent This Sunday marks a lot of Firsts… yes the first day of

October The Special month for the Missions. Two years ago on World Mission Sunday, Pope Francis said:

Gospel Conversations by Desmond O’Donnell, OMI is available from Dominican Publications for just €9.99

Saint-Therese-of-Lisieux- child

St Therese, the ‘Little Flower’ of Lisieux St Therese of Lisieux, the ‘little flower’ is remembered

Dogs in the park

If there is a Heaven will Animals be there? Recently one of my friends was telling me about how much

Our Lady of Sarrow

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

Image of The Assumption of Mary - Feast of the Assumption

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

Christian Persecution – Still Going On I was at a Mass recently where the Priest talked about how