- Fr Leonard Chiti of the Zambia-Malawi province, currently a tertian in Manresa, has joined the Clongowes community until Easter. He is very active in the school – in fact, he’s the first African to work there – taking religion classes, coaching soccer and tennis, helping with the boarding, and contributing to the pastoral and liturgical dimension of life there.
- Patrick Claffey, of the Department of Mission Theology and Cultures in Milltown Institute, is one of the promotors of a series of lectures in St Mary’s Church, Haddington Road. Mgr Roderick Strange will speak on Tuesday 3 February at 8pm on ‘John Henry Newman: an Apologia for our times’, and Prof Richard Kearney will speak about ‘The God who may be’ on Thursday 26 February at 8pm.
- Slí Eile are holding a ‘Mamas & Papas’ day on Saturday 7 February (10.00am – 4.00pm) in Hill Street Family Resource Centre, Dublin 1. It is a day of relaxation, reflection and fun for parents, and child supervision will be provided if required. Contact Caitlin Rooney or Audrey Hogan if interested.
FR PROVINCIAL’S DIARY
28 – 30 Jan: Visitation of Manresa