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It appears that the email firstname.lastname@example.org is posing problems for some subscribers. An alternative email is email@example.com – this may be used for postings, comments, etc. Liamy Mac Nally…
Advent leads to light…
Chris McDonnell, writing in the Catholic Times, offers a few thoughts about the season of Advent. “The story of that journey to Bethlehem is mirrored so often in our present day society. Stories of refugee families in transit, struggling to care for young children or newly born infants abound in News programmes. Those living on the streets of this country are a constant reminder of the poverty that exists in our own affluent society.”
The Letter of Pope Francis: August 20.
LETTER OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS TO THE PEOPLE OF GOD “If one member suffers, all suffer together with it” (1 Cor 12:26). These words of Saint Paul forcefully…
Clarification concerning statement issued by the Catholic Communications Office Media Service of November 2nd 2015.
Fr. Patrick Burke R.I.P.
Updated with a tribute by Brendan Hoban and with a tribute broadcast on Mid West Radio’s Faith Alive Programme by Monica Morley and Brendan Hoban.
It was with great sadness that we learned of the sudden death on Monday 25 June of our colleague Patrick Burke, priest of Tuam Archdiocese and curate in Westport Parish and Pastoral Co-ordinator of Clare Island and Inishturk.
The Irish Times interview with the Papal Nuncio, Charles Brown
Tony Flannery on his own website comments on the recent interview with the Papal Nuncio, Charles Brown
Good to see modern ways of connecting with people getting used.
As a lay person, I would love to see more priests and parishes use social media. Maybe it might be possible for some prists to put the content of their homilies on a facebook page etc.
as far as I am concerned you are most welcome to put any content that you like from the resources section on your own Facebook page. I don’t use Facebook yet myself.