TRIDUUM FOR THE YEAR OF CENSECRATED LIFE Pope Francis has dedicated this year to all those currently living the consecrated life and to pray for more people to answer the call. Here in St Dominic’s we will celebrate the year for consecrated life with a very special Triduum of prayer. It will start on Good
St. Mary's Priory, Tallaght
Sunday, 12th April at 3.00pm
Celebran: Fr. Biran Mc Kevitt OP
Divine Mercy chaplet....Holy Mass...Reading from st. Faustina's Diary...Benediction...Veneration of divine Mercy Image...Individual Blessing with sr. Faustina's Reric...
3rd – 11th February 2015 (Tues – Wed) Tues 3rd – Fri 6th: Mass at 10.00am + 8.00 pm Sat 7th: Mass at 10am only Sun 8th: Mass at 3.00pm with Sacrament of the Sick Mon 10th – Wed 11th: Mass at 10.00am + 8.00pm Rosary 15 min before each session Preacher: Fr. Donagh O
Today’s commentary is given by Fr Donagh O’Shea OP (http://goodnews.ie). Ours is not the first age to look east for wisdom; the East has always had a reputation for it. The word ‘magi’ is translated here as “wise men.” ‘Magus’ meant different things: a magus was a member of the Persian priestly caste; or one
1. “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light” (Is 9:1). This prophecy of Isaiah never ceases to touch us, especially when we hear it proclaimed in the liturgy of Christmas Night. This is not simply an emotional or sentimental matter. It moves us because it states the deep reality of what