Concert: Vox Orbis Choir
Posted: 25 May 2022
Galway based choir Vox Orbis, directed by Mark Keane, performs two works by Michael Haydn in the Cathedral on Friday 3 June 2022.
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Posted: 22 May 2022
At the end of Matthew’s gospel, Jesus commanded his apostles to “go make disciples of all nations...” (Matthew 28:19-20) The Jewish people had been the first to hear the word of God, and the Good N
Fifth Sunday of Easter
Posted: 15 May 2022
The readings for this Sunday blend together to bring messages of hope. Paul and Barnabas spoke words of encouragement to their convert listeners.
Saint of the Month: St Bede
Posted: 10 May 2022
St Bede the Venerable, priest, scholar and historian, is remembered on 25 May.
Fourth Sunday of Easter
Posted: 8 May 2022
There are may images used to describe Jesus. The Apocalypse depicts him as "a lamb standing as though it had been slaughtered" (Apoc. 5:6).
Third Sunday of Easter
Posted: 1 May 2022
The last chapter of St John’s gospel would appear to be an addition, since chapter 20 seems to have been the original ending.
Second Sunday of Easter
Posted: 24 April 2022
In today’s readings we have two revelations of the risen Lord. Today and for the next few Sundays, the second reading comes from the Book of the Apocalypse.
Posted: 17 April 2022
Someone wrote recently about his fear of death and his certainty that all that would happen to him would that he would be buried in a hole in the ground, where he would remain.
Posted: 10 April 2022
At Sunday’s liturgy, we read of two processions. The first is Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem; the second is his journey to the cross.
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Posted: 3 April 2022
The story of the woman taken in adultery is a clear illustration of what divided the Scribes and Pharisees and Jesus. Many of the former were probably good people.