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Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 11 September 2022

The story of the prodigal son must be one of the best-loved that Jesus told. We know it so well and yet, as our lives unfold, we can gain new insights.

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Concert: Hands Across the Sea

Posted: 8 September 2022

A concert of music from Ireland and Japan, on Sunday 18 September at 7:30pm.

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Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 4 September 2022

The images Jesus chose for his teaching were very powerful. A tower is a very striking feature in a landscape.

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Prayer Service: Season of Creation

Posted: 1 September 2022

A prayer service marking Season of Creation 2022, on Thursday 8 September at 7:30pm.

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Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 28 August 2022

Jesus seemed to have really enjoyed having meals with people. “Companion” literally means “bread fellow”, someone with whom you share bread. It implies an intimacy.

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Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 21 August 2022

The Jews were the chosen people and because of this some of them felt sure of salvation.

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Concert: Esker Festival Orchestra

Posted: 17 August 2022

Esker Festival Orchestra gives a concert in the Cathedral on Friday 19 August at 8:00pm. The centrepiece of the concert is Mahler's Symphony no.

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Universal Synod: Synthesis Document of the Consultation in Ireland

Posted: 17 August 2022

As part of the process of the Universal Synod 2021-2023, a document has been published which synthesises the feedback from consultations at parish and diocesan level across the country.

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Saint of the Month: St Dominic

Posted: 17 August 2022

St Dominic, founder of the Dominican order, is remembered on 8 August.

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Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 14 August 2022

Fire was often used as a symbol of God’s presence in the Old Testament. Moses saw a bush burning without being consumed, and had his first encounter with God (Exodus 3).

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