30Apr How Women Founded Christianity

Mary T. Malone
How Women founded Christianity and may revive it today
Followed by Q & A
7.30 pm Monday 13 May 2019
Mercy Centre International, 64A Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

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30Apr Tuesday of Week 2 of Easter

Even though most of us like the light, the gospel notes a sense in which people seem to prefer darkness to light.

29Apr St Catherine of Siena, Patron of Europe

Catherine's advice: "Build a cell inside your mind, from which you can never flee."

28Apr Presider’s Page for 28 April (Second Sunday of Easter)

Even though Easter Week is now behind us, today’s liturgy still overflows with the joy of Jesus’ resurrection. We continue to celebrate that great event for the next six weeks, until Pentecost Sunday on the 20th of May, the fiftieth and final day of Easter.

28Apr 28 April 2019. 2nd Sunday of Easter

Sharing in the Eucharist is a statement of loyalty, both of personal and shared faith...

27Apr Easter Saturday

His resurrection rolled away more boulders than the one blocking his tomb; it also flung wide the doors to the future...

26Apr Easter Friday

The apostles went back to their roots, to resume their work as fishermen. But their lives had been transformed...

25Apr Easter Thursday

God's plans are enmeshed in human existence, and are being carried out across the sweep of history...

24Apr That was the week (and more) that was.

Seamus Ahearne offers some thoughts on recent events.

24Apr Easter Wednesday

Emmaus suggests that if we travel life's journey with others, sharing our faith and our fears, Christ will be with us..