31Oct 31st October. Friday of Week 30

While at dinner, Jesus ignored the Sabbath curfew and cured a man from dropsy, which scandalised some...

30Oct Final Report of Synod – English translation

For your information we carry the English translation of the final document of the Synod.

30Oct 30th October. Thursday of Week 30

Love will eventually win out

29Oct Threatened with excommunication, Tony Flannery holds firm to his beliefs

Tony Flannery continues his speaking tour in the U.S.A.
Margery Eagan, spirituality columnist with www.cruxnow.com, reports on the tour. Margery is a long-time writer and commentator on current affairs, politics, women’s issues, and Catholicism. She co-hosts “Boston Public Radio” with Jim Braude on 89.7 WGBH in Boston.

29Oct 29th October. Wednesday of Week 30

How narrow is that door that leads to life?

28Oct 28th October. Tuesday. The Apostles Simon and Jude

First Reading: Ephesians 2:19-22

(God has appointed apostles so that his people’s needs will be served.)

So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are citizens with the saints and also members of the household of God, … Read the rest

27Oct 27th October. Monday of Week 30

Above all, to be a healer

26Oct Presider’s Page for 26 October (Ordinary Time 30)

There’s a reminder of the two great commandments in today’s celebration: we are called to love God and our neighbour: friend, visitor and stranger alike.

26Oct The Cry of the Earth

On October 1st 2014, The Irish Catholic Bishops Conference launched The Cry of the Earth: A Pastoral Reflection on Climate Change. It was meant to be a call to action, but In truth there has not been much discussion of the document. Sean McDonagh stresses that we need to be more urgent in our response to Climate Change.

26Oct 26th October. Thirtieth Sunday

First Reading: Exodus 22:10-16

Part of the Sinai commandments is the fairness they should show each other in practical matters

When someone delivers to another a donkey, ox, sheep, or any other animal for safekeeping, and it dies or is … Read the rest