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  • Just Faith, Author at iCatholic.ie
    Views Likes Comments Order by Date Title Views Likes Comments Just Faith Programme Kate Kate JustFaith interview JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts Watch Now Just Faith Programme Kate Just Faith August 27 2013 581 0 0 Kate JustFaith interview JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts Just Faith Programme Liam JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts Watch Now Just Faith Programme Liam Just Faith August 27 2013 313 0 0 JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts JustFaith Up to Us campaign John Smith Trócaire Campaigns Coordinator explains how those following the JustFaith programme can take action via the Trócaire Up to US campaign Watch Now JustFaith Up to Us campaign Just Faith August 26 2013 318 0 0 John Smith Trócaire Campaigns Coordinator explains how those following the JustFaith programme can take action via the Trócaire Up to US campaign JustFaith Christians called to care for the earth Hannah Evans a Trócaire Church officer on the Christian view of creation and explains how people can take action on the issue of climate change through their local church Watch Now JustFaith Christians called to care for the earth Just Faith August 25 2013 357 0 0 Hannah Evans a Trócaire Church officer on the Christian view of creation and explains how people can take action on the issue of climate change through their local church JustFaith Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Joanne McGarry Campaigns Officer with Trocaire explains how climate change is undermining past progress in the developing world and the need for urgent action Watch Now JustFaith Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Just Faith August 23 2013 299 0 0 Joanne McGarry Campaigns Officer with Trocaire explains how climate change is undermining past progress in the developing world and the need for urgent action Trócaire Poetry Competition 2013 Get Married My Daughter Watch a perfomance of the poem Get Married My Daughter from Zimbabwe at the 2013 Trócaire Poetry Ireland Poetry Competition Awards Watch Now Trócaire Poetry Competition 2013 Get Married My Daughter Just Faith June 24 2013 303 0 0 Watch a perfomance of the poem Get Married My Daughter from Zimbabwe at the 2013 Trócaire Poetry Ireland Poetry Competition Awards Climate Change Prof John Sweeney Professor John Sweeney a leading expert on climate change challenges this generation of young people not to repeat the mistakes of his generation in caring

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  • Mary Sweeney memories of 1994 Rwanda genocide - iCatholic.ie
    1916 Archbishop Eamon Martin 2015 Christmas Message from Archbishop Eamon Martin Synod on the Family Archbishop Diarmuid Martin Synod on the Family Archbishop Eamon Martin 847 Site Views 0 Feed Views 0 0 0 0 Share this with your friends via Mary Sweeney memories of 1994 Rwanda genocide Trócaire April 7 2013 12 00 am Mary Sweeney shares some powerful memories of her field work for Trócaire in the aftermath of the genocide in Rwanda in 1994 Trócaire in Rwanda In 1994 Trócaire launched an emergency appeal for people fleeing the violence in Rwanda People in Ireland donated an incredible 6m to our appeal which helped to provide emergency relief Twenty years on Trócaire remains in Rwanda Today our programmes are focused on two key areas a livelihoods programme that aims to improve the quantity quality and value of household food production and a governance and human rights programme that promotes greater citizen awareness of their rights and responsibilities in local decision making Our Rwanda programme is an example of how Trócaire builds long term development after humanitarian interventions www trocaire org Category Featured Justice ZZ All About The Author Trócaire Trócaire is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland We were set up in 1973 by the Bishops of Ireland to express the concern of the Irish Catholic Church for the suffering of the world s poorest people www trocaire ie Channels Select Channel iCatholic Showcase A Question of Faith iC favs Live Archive Achonry Diocese Act to Prevent Trafficking APT Aid to the Church in Need Alpha Ireland Ardagh Clonmacnois Diocese Armagh Archdiocese Augustinians Cana Ireland Catholic Comment Catholic Grandparents Assocation Catholic Schools Partnership Catholic Schools Week Columba Press Conference of Religious of Ireland CORI Dominicans Down and Connor Diocese Emmaus Productions Monica Brown

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  • Photo Memories of Don Bosco's Relic Pilgrimage to Ireland - Crumlin - iCatholic.ie
    40 of the population Into that situation came John Bosco Part of John s work as a priest was to visit the prisons around Turin Here he experienced first hand the misery of many defenceless and vulnerable teenagers Their plight made a deep impression on him Intuitively he knew something had to be done about the situation But what and how A dream recalled John s visits to the prison revived memories of a dream he had at the age of nine He tells us In my dream I was playing with my friends near home when an angry quarrel broke out I rushed in with my fists flying All of a sudden a strange man appeared and rebuked me No no not that way Be kind and gentle As he pointed to a majestic lady he told me his mother would always be my friend and guide The prison visits challeged John and a new understanding of his faith and mission began to grow He felt strongly called to work for these abandoned young people But what was he to do He adopted a novel approach He mixed with the roughest of young people He played cards with them in pubs and invited them to be his friends This scandalised many of his fellow priests Some of them actually thought his behaviour so insane that on one occasion they tried to commit him to an asylum Overcoming problems and prejudices took time Living the dream However his unique ability to be at ease with the young who were homeless illiterate and in need spurred him on He progressed from Sunday catechism classes in a local field to a daily trade school in an adapted shed Young people flocked to him for education and shelter He fought for the rights of and proper working conditions for apprentices His fame and his work spread People began to see John Bosco not as someone deranged but as an extraordinarily holy man He was making the seemingly impossible possible As his work grew many young men came forward to help him They became the first members of his religious congregation known as Salesians Currently numbering nearly 16 000 These young men became the core group who would further his work Many lay people including his mother Mama Margaret came to help in his work John had wanted everybody who helped him whether lay people or religious to be part of his congregation but Church regulations regarding the setting up of new religious congregations partly thwarted his dream John with the help of Mary Mazzarello later founded the Salesian Sisters to work for girls Currently there are over 400 000 lay people working as part of the wider Salesian family Why the name Salesians John Bosco had a great admiration for St Francis de Sales 1567 1622 Francis who was born near Geneva 21 August 1567 was patron saint of Piedmont and Savoy and much loved by John Bosco He admired his joyful optimistic

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  • Catherine McAuley's last days and hours in this life - iCatholic.ie
    last days and death of Venerable Catherine McAuley foundress of the Sisters of Mercy Catherine McAuley www sistersofmercy ie Catherine McAuley was born in North Dublin in 1778 Following the death of her father in 1783 life for her became difficult both economically and socially As a teenager she nursed her mother through a prolonged illness until she died After that economic circumstances necessitated moving from one relative to another in order to have a roof over her head Sometimes this meant being separated from her brother and sister In 1803 Mr and Mrs William Callaghan a wealthy childless couple adopted her She moved with them to live in Coolock in the outskirts of Dublin While she was living with them she commenced her mission of mercy to the neighbouring poor and sick In addition she nursed Mrs Callaghan through a lengthy illness until she died in 1819 and subsequently nursed Mr Callaghan before his death in 1822 The Callaghan estate was left to Catherine McAuley and she used it to fund her building development in Baggot Street for the care of the poor and socially disadvantaged In 1831 she founded the Sisters of Mercy a Religious Congregation largely involved in the care of the poor the sick and educationally disadvantaged In the early days her work was mostly among the people of Dublin but in time the Congregation spread and became one of the largest Congregations of women not alone in Ireland but in the world Catherine McAuley was a woman of great vision She was an innovator in what she did but also in how she did things The care of the sick was always close to her heart and so in 1832 when an outbreak of cholera in Dublin was claiming hundreds of lives and people fled in fear of succumbing to the disease she organised a team of Sisters to care for the sick at an improvised hospital in Townsend Street Her life as a Sister of Mercy only spanned ten years In that time she worked tirelessly to respond to the need of the poor and sick She set up a number of foundations for this purpose both in Ireland and England and was about to make her first foundation in America when illness overtook her She died in 1841 She was a woman of prayer and of deep faith Her philosophy was Let us take one day only in the hands at a time merely making a resolve for tomorrow Thus we may hope to go on taking short careful steps not great strides Each day is a step we take towards Eternity The final step will bring us into the presence of God Category Ministry Uncategorized ZZ All About The Author Mercy Sisters The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy is a Catholic Religious Women s Congregation Catherine McAuley founded the Sisters of Mercy in 1831 in Dublin Ireland Her aim at that time was to care for the poor sick and ignorant

    Original URL path: http://www.icatholic.ie/catherine-mcauley-last-days/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Sisters of Mercy build houses in Haiti with Haven - iCatholic.ie
    in the midst of suffering Remembering the Martyrs of El Salvador 259 Site Views 0 Feed Views 1 0 1 0 Share this with your friends via Sisters of Mercy build houses in Haiti with Haven Mercy Sisters April 4 2013 4 42 pm Sisters of Mercy www sistersofmercy ie On the morning of April 2nd 2011 six Sisters of Mercy set off to Haiti along with 350 other volunteers to work on the Haven Partnership Build it Week 2011 The sisters had been prepared and ready to travel to Haiti in October 2010 but because of the cholera outbreak the trip was postponed So in many ways it was a very long journey to Haiti The excitement was palpable at Dublin airport as everyone checked in and counted down the last few minutes before this long awaited trip began 350 eager volunteers eventually reached the site at Gonaives at 2am on April 3rd exhausted and longing for sleep However a mere 4 hours later they were up and dressed in their Haven T shirts and ready for work This video tells the story and we hope you enjoy watching it Category Ministry Uncategorized ZZ All About The Author Mercy Sisters The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy is a Catholic Religious Women s Congregation Catherine McAuley founded the Sisters of Mercy in 1831 in Dublin Ireland Her aim at that time was to care for the poor sick and ignorant Today 2 324 members follow in the footsteps of Catherine McAuley in 9 countries www sistersofmercy ie Channels Select Channel iCatholic Showcase A Question of Faith iC favs Live Archive Achonry Diocese Act to Prevent Trafficking APT Aid to the Church in Need Alpha Ireland Ardagh Clonmacnois Diocese Armagh Archdiocese Augustinians Cana Ireland Catholic Comment Catholic Grandparents Assocation Catholic

    Original URL path: http://www.icatholic.ie/sisters-mercy-build-houses-haiti-haven/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Celebrating St Patrick in Notre Dame - Homily - iCatholic.ie
    years old this year Different groups parishes communities and dioceses from France and from around the world will make a pilgrimage to this great icon of Western Christianity and of the city of lights A temporary structure has been placed on the forecourt of the Cathedral with a great door of faith for pilgrims to cross as they enter the Cathedral The names of the different saints to whom different churches chapels and communities are dedicated are written on a giant wall alongside the pilgrim door of faith Among the different names alongside the very French sounding Severin or Gervais the name Patrick features proudly as a reminder that the Irish Church presence in Paris stretches back at least a millenium and even further Irish monks came to study and teach in the medieval university The Irish College was founded in 1578 by six young priests who took refuge in the city after being expelled from Flanders The Chapelle Saint Patrick was part of the newly acquired and refurbished College des Irlandais on the brow of the Montagne Sainte Genevieve in 1769 Through Revolution and through world wars there has been a worshipping presence of Irish people in Paris a community poetically described as one of soldiers priests and scholars When for the first time prayers are used in Irish on the Main Altar of Notre Dame at noon on 16 March 2013 it will be a proud moment for that small but vibrant community Pilgrims from Ireland will join the Irish people and their friends who worship in St Joseph s Paris and in the Chapelle Saint Patrick each Sunday The Kildare and Leighlin Choir under Fr Liam Lawton will fill the 850 year old space of the great Cathedral with Irish liturgical music Bishop Noel Treanor will represent the Irish Bishops on this occasion and will preside at Mass while Msgr Brendan Byrne Administrator of Kildare and Leighlin will preach Pilgrims from Ireland will be very welcome on this historic occasion Sean Maher Irish Chaplaincy Paris The Irish Chaplaincy based in the Collège des Irlandais in the heart of Paris provides pastoral care to the Irish Community in Paris and the surrounding Ile de France region Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 11 30am except August in the Chapelle Saint Patrick and special events are organised throughout the year Baptisms confirmations weddings funerals counselling and confessions can be booked by contacting the Chaplain In addition the Irish Chaplaincy has specific ministries to charities families prison visits religious life visiting the sick and young people You can contact the Irish Chaplaincy Paris in the following ways Abbé Sean Maher Aumônier des Irlandais Collège des Irlandais 5 rue des Irlandais 75005 Paris Tel 01 58 52 10 89 Tel from Ireland 00 33 1 58 52 10 89 Email info irishchaplaincyparis fr Website www irishchaplaincyparis fr Category Pilgrimage Uncategorized ZZ All About The Author Kildare Leighlin Diocese Kildare Leighlin Diocese has 56 parishes and a Catholic population of nearly 250

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  • My Prayer with Mary - iCatholic.ie
    of St Columbanus Knock Youth Ministry Liam Lawton Limerick Diocese Liturgy National Centre for Liturgy Lough Derg Marriage Referendum Meath Diocese Net Ministries Portlaoise Parish Redemptorists Safeguarding NBSCCCI Salesians Society of St Vincent de Paul Soul Waves Radio Trócaire Veritas Vocations Diocesan World Missions Ireland yearoffaith ie Youth 2000 Categories Categories Select Category Art 29 Church 89 Communications 41 Eco 34 Evangelisation 48 Faith 124 Family 52 Featured 258 Gifts 7 Justice 153 Liturgy 50 Living Church 8 Lourdes 12 MIA20 21 Ministry 54 Missions 11 Music 21 Pastoral 55 Pilgrim Scéal 20 Pilgrimage 56 Pope Francis 17 Prayer 37 ProLife 13 Reflections 74 Religious 11 Safeguarding 10 Schools 70 Scripture 18 Season of Longing 4 Uncategorized 175 Vocations 42 Youth 41 ZZ All 805 Home Prayer My Prayer with Mary More My Prayer with Mary NOW PLAYING 2015 Confirmation greeting from Bishop Leahy Walking on the Pastures of Wonder St Patrick s Breastplate As I arise today Pathways of Prayer Season of Longing 2 MIA 20 Prayer Ritual on our Global Reality 25th September 2014 How to make a St Brigid s Cross On line Advent Calendar catholicbishops ie Updating of Angelus films on RTE Mingy Prayer Book for Irish Defence Forces personnel 649 Site Views 0 Feed Views 0 0 0 0 Share this with your friends via My Prayer with Mary Salesians March 26 2015 6 44 am Beautiful reflection which incorporates a prayer to Mary along with Mary s prayer at the Annunciation which the Church celebrates on 25 March www salesiansireland ie Category Prayer Reflections ZZ All About The Author Salesians The Salesians of Don Bosco are a religious congregation of Brothers and Priests We were founded in 1859 by Saint John Bosco There are currently almost 16 000 members priests and brothers in the

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  • 2015 Confirmation greeting from Bishop Leahy - iCatholic.ie
    Veritas Vocations Diocesan World Missions Ireland yearoffaith ie Youth 2000 Categories Categories Select Category Art 29 Church 89 Communications 41 Eco 34 Evangelisation 48 Faith 124 Family 52 Featured 258 Gifts 7 Justice 153 Liturgy 50 Living Church 8 Lourdes 12 MIA20 21 Ministry 54 Missions 11 Music 21 Pastoral 55 Pilgrim Scéal 20 Pilgrimage 56 Pope Francis 17 Prayer 37 ProLife 13 Reflections 74 Religious 11 Safeguarding 10 Schools 70 Scripture 18 Season of Longing 4 Uncategorized 175 Vocations 42 Youth 41 ZZ All 805 Home Prayer 2015 Confirmation greeting from Bishop Leahy More 2015 Confirmation greeting from Bishop Leahy NOW PLAYING Walking on the Pastures of Wonder St Patrick s Breastplate As I arise today Pathways of Prayer Season of Longing 2 MIA 20 Prayer Ritual on our Global Reality 25th September 2014 Prayers for Peace resource from Irish Bishops How to make a St Brigid s Cross On line Advent Calendar catholicbishops ie Updating of Angelus films on RTE Mingy Prayer Book for Irish Defence Forces personnel My Prayer with Mary 453 Site Views 21 Feed Views 0 0 0 0 Share this with your friends via 2015 Confirmation greeting from Bishop Leahy Limerick Diocese March 20 2015 9 01 am Bishop Leahy sends a greeting to all the confirmation candidates in the Diocese of Limerick as the Confirmation season begins Confirmation 2015 Bishop Brendan congratulates the boys and girls from the parishes of Rathkeale St Paul s and St Gabriel s School on their recent Confirmation He invites you to remember in you prayer those you will be confirmed this week in the parishes of Ballyagran Monaleen St Michael s and St Nicholas and those who will be confirmed over the coming weeks throughout the Diocese Come Holy Spirit renew the face of the earth and

    Original URL path: http://www.icatholic.ie/confirmation-2015-limerick/ (2016-02-10)
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