Month: June 2024

Séamus Ahearne: I HAVE SPENT MY DAYS STRINGING AND UNSTRINGING MY INSTRUMENT, WHILE THE SONG I CAME TO SING REMAINS UNSUNG. (Tagore)  

WHAT A HERO! Aidan O’Brien – was celebrated during the week (again). He achieved his 400th Grade One winners, at Ascot with Auguste Rodin. He then won the Gold Cup with Kyprios on Thursday. Afterwards, he was his own…

Presider’s Page for 23 June (Ordinary Time 12)

The sight of people being rescued from ricketty boats in the Mediterranean brings home the plight of immigrants and refugees; seeing rescuers coming to their aid inspires us. God is master of the deep; Jesus stilled the storm. May all in need of help be saved through his power today. (On Father’s Day we pray especially for fathers.)

Statement of the Summer 2024 General Meeting of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference

Taken from the Irish Bishops Conference Website: https://www.catholicbishops.ie/2024/06/12/statement-of-the-summer-2024-general-meeting-of-the-irish-catholic-bishops-conference Members of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference gathered this week at Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, for their Summer 2024 General Meeting.  The…

Presider’s Page for 16 June (Ordinary Time 11)

Throughout these summer months, trees, plants and grasses grow and flourish.Our faith is also to grow and flourish during these Sundays of Ordinary Time. The green vestments worn signify continuing growth in faith.
• Today is celebrated as Father’s Day, so in the Mass we remember and pray for the fathers of our community.

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