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Vocation Sunday – 03 May 2020

This coming Sunday is the Day of Prayer for Vocations. This annual event invites us to pray, in a particular way, for vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life. Sunday’s Gospel is the parable of the Good Shepherd and outlines for us the way in which God searches for each of us, calls each of…

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Gospel Reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Easter

Our Companion on the Road How are you coping with the restrictions at this difficult time?  Many people are heroic in caring for the sick. Neighbourliness has returned.  But there is great anxiety about business closures, jobs lost, timing of exams and so on. Can we learn anything from Sunday’s gospel story of the Risen…

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Virtual Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine

Virtual Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine. The Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock has been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. The organisers have designed a virtual pilgrimage to Knock will now take place this Sunday 26th April. Details of how you can take part are outlined below. The programme is as follows: A Virtual Pilgrimage to Knock…

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Gospel Reflection for the 2nd Sunday of Easter

In Time of Lockdown Lockdown is a new word for most of us.  In the days after the crucifixion of Jesus, the disciples were in lockdown behind closed doors, paralysed in fear and anxiety. When tyrants start killing it rarely stops at one.  Violence is a highly contagious virus. It is understandable that the disciples…

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Easter Sunday Gospel Reflection

Christ is Risen I like the story about an ageing flower-lady with an outdoor stall.  Her clothes were old and shabby, her face weather-beaten and wrinkled. A regular customer asked how she was always in good form.  “It’s my friend Jesus”, she replied. “Good Friday was the worst of days.  Three days later, Easter Sunday,…

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