31Dec Good Wishes for 2015

last sunset 2014

The final sunset of 2014 over the west coast of Mayo, Ireland and Europe

 

Wishing you every blessing
and
a very Happy New Year in 2015

 

Athbhliain faoi shéan is faoi mhaise duit;

Bonne Année:

Frohes neues jahr;

Szczesliwego Nowego Roku;

Feliz Ano Novo;

Feliz Ano Nuevo;

Buon anno;

恭禧發財

よいお年を!

5 Responses

  1. Mary Wood

    Gorgeous picture. Thank you for all you give us.
    Blessed and Happy New Year to you all.

  2. Soline Humbert

    Bonne Année!May we open our selves to receive all the blessings of the new year and make it truly a Year of Love, as Ilia Delio invites us: “Love is the energy of union, the space between hearts where forgiveness, compassion, joy, thanksgiving and peace flourish in the birthing of oneness. I want to proclaim 2015 as the Year of Love because we are inwardly bone dry and it is time to return the deepest energy of life itself, namely, love. “Love,” Teilhard de Chardin wrote, “is the physical structure of the universe.” Love is present, he said, from the Big Bang onward: “Even among the molecules, love is the building power that works against entropy, and under its attraction the elements feel their way towards union.( Her full text is on ”http://globalsistersreport.org/column/speaking-god/spirituality/2015-year-love-17406)

  3. Eddie Finnegan

    Thanks, Brendan & All at ACP. Happy & Healthy 2015!

  4. Martin Harran

    A very Happy and Holy New Year to all at ACP, thanks for the encouragement you have given last year to all of us who believe in a better Church, may your good work continue.

  5. Lloyd Allan MacPherson

    Continued support for you all in 2015. For all you sacrifice, nothing is more appreciated than you standing for what is right all the while cultivating the fellowship that has grown on this website.

    The Pope’s first words in 2015 were to condemn war. Is there possibly anything else we can do to help him achieve such lofty dreams? How is peace possible when the elitists, supported by the offerings of the middle class, amass a military might so grand that the world has never seen before? Is there a way to individually direct this funding from rampant militarization back to our Church somehow?