Whatever ever became of the bronze serpent?
On Sunday 14 September we heard the story of the fiery serpents, and the bronze serpent set up by Moses as instructed.
Brendan Hoban – Survivors need action a lot more than words
Survivors need action a lot more than words Western People 26.1.21 Many years ago in a parish in which I served, part of the collective memory of the people –…
Email from ‘What if we just said Wait’
We received the following email from Fr. Michael Ryan. Note that he is encouraging us to sign up to the ‘What if we just said Wait’ petition on the internet….
JOHN CROTHERS, AUSTRALIA – NEW SONG…
The song is called “Rows and Rows of Men.” The title probably says it all. It’s had 1,600+ views since last Friday so it’s obviously striking a nerve. Here’s the…
Pallia, Pectoral Crosses and the Colour Purple.
A Poem by Michael Maginn I have rarely felt the need of one in more than thirty years of pastoral ministry, but if our Shepherds want to wear a soutane…
Expanding our view of Christian Faith
We are Church are presenting a talk by Fr Diarmaid Ó Murchu in an on-line Zoom event on Monday 20 April, 7.30 to 9.00 p.m..
One of Fr Bernárd Lynch’s nine fellow-recipients at Áras an Uachtaráin on Thursday next will be 82 year old Spiritan Dubliner Fr Pat Clarke who has spent the last 42 years in Sao Paolo’s Vila Prudente favela in Brazil. Read all about him in Tom Hennigan’s story, “Gringo, Padre, Hero”, in today’s (Saturday’s) Irish Times News Review section.
Sorry, I don’t have a link to this article. Maybe someone else can help?
Go raibh mile maith agat, a Sheáin.