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Come to the Table of the Lord – Lesson Two

In this second lesson for those preparing for Holy Communion, Eleanor and Johanna along with Fr Chris explain more about the different parts of  the Mass.

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Come to the Table of the Lord – Lesson Three

In this final lesson, Eleanor and Johanna along with Fr Chris explain how to prepare and practice for receiving Holy Communion for the first time.

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Come Holy Spirit (3/3) – Preparing for Confirmation

In this final episode, Eleanor and Johanna look at choosing Confirmation names and sponsors and the Confirmation ceremony itself

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Come Holy Spirit (2/3) – Preparing for Confirmation

In this second episode, Eleanor and Johanna look at the seven gifts and the nine fruits of the Holy Spirit

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Come Holy Spirit (1/3) – Preparing for Confirmation

In this first episode, Eleanor and Johanna focus on the Holy Spirit and the difference it makes in our lives.

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Come to me all you who labour and overburdened …

In his reflection on the Gospel passage Matthew 11:25-30, Bishop-Elect Paul Dempsey reflects on how his family coped with the burden of losing their mother and the comfort that comes from our Christian faith

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Adoremus 2020 – Brendan Cleary

The title of Brendan Cleary’s talk for Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress  is Eucharistic Adoration: “Lord that I may see”

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Adoremus 2020 – Rosary

Rosary for Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress – led by Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland

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Adoremus 2020 – John Howard

Second talk at Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress – is by John Howard titled ‘Mission and Callling

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Adoremus 2020 – Bishop Kevin Doran

Bishop Kevin Doran introduces Adormeus 2020 the National Eucharistic Congress with a talk titled “All my springs are in you” (Ps 87:7)

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Adoremus 2020 -Sr Virginia Joy

The title of Sr Virginia Joy’s talk to  Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress – is “The Eucharist: Proof of God’s great love for us”

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Adoremus 2020 – Antoinette Moynihan

The title of Antoinette Moynihan’s talk for Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress – is “Children of the Eucharist”

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Adoremus 2020 – Adoration

The Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal lead us at Adoration for Adoremus 2020 the National Eucharistic Congress (20/21 June 2020)

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Adoremus 2020 – Final Prayer (Saturday)

Brendan Cleary offers a final prayer and thanks as day one of the online National Eucharistic Congress concludes … 

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Adoremus 2020 – promo

Adoremus 2020 – the National Eucharistic Congress which takes place 20 – 21 June 2020 can be followed on-line here on iCatholic.ie

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2020 KandLe Pilgrimage to Knock on-line

Bishop Denis extends an invitation to join the Kandle Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine on Trinity Sunday, 7th June. The ceremonies begin at 2.30pm via knockshrine.ie 

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Memories of my ordination – Fr David Vard

As the Church marks Vocations Sunday 2020, Fr David recalls his memories of the ordination ceremony in 2017 when he became the youngest priest in Ireland.

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Seeing Resurrection in the wounded side of Christ

In his homily for Divine Mercy Sunday Fr Sean Maher reflected on his recent visit to anoint Covid 19 patients in Naas Hospital 

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How could nails hold God to a Cross?

In his homily on Divine Mercy Sunday, Fr John Harris OP quoted St Catherine of Siena saying it was love that held our Lord to the Cross

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We are all ministering to one another …

In his Easter message, Bishop Denis Nulty reflects on a Holy Week like no other as he prays God’s blessing on the people of the diocese, mindful of the challenges facing so many.

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Jesus kneels so that we may stand and witness to him

At the Mass of the Last Supper Bishop Denis Nulty recalled the rituals of Holy Thursday and his parents washing of each other’s feet in memory of Jesus

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There is much to do …. Bishop Denis Nulty

Speaking at the Chrism Mass in Carlow Cathedral Bishop Nulty said “There is much to do in the new Church that must be born out of this current crisis.”

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Message for NS Boards of Management – Bishop Nulty

Bishop Denis Nulty encourages Primary Schools Boards to find ways to meet digitally and to reach out to their school community in these difficult times.

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Being Church online for one another

Bishop Denis Nulty on the challenge of connecting with one another in these difficult times and celebrating Holy Week at home

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