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Doing theology this Lent

Fr Kieran J O’Mahony OSA has teamed up with Messenger Publications to provide a prayerful and scholarly study of the readings for Lent and Holy Week

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‘The stories that Jesus loved’

Scripture scholar Dr Jessie Rogers presented stories from the Old Testament to parishioners of SFX Gardiner Street in Dublin

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Lent 2018: Week 3 – The hope of home

Read Joshua 3:7-17 Abram was called out of Ur and on that pilgrimage he received a new name (Abraham) and a lineage. But the children of Isaac and Jacob found themselves in Egypt, where, in time, they ended up as slaves, toiling under the sun, spending their lives building vast monuments to death. The search for home sometimes leaves us ...

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Lent 2018: Week 1 – The first eviction

Read Genesis 1-3 Let us begin at the beginning. To do that – to read Genesis 1-3 again at the start of Lent – we must begin by putting aside the tragi-comic, modern readings of these chapters. While Christians have good reasons to study and marvel at the discoveries of cosmologists about the start of the universe and biologists about ...

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Reflections on Luke

Donal Neary SJ's latest book is Gospel Reflections on Luke, the evangelist whose gospel is now being read at mass this new Church year.

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Exploring the Bible – how not to lose the plot

Jeff Cavins, the designer of a hugely successful bible study programme, is coming to Ireland and on Saturday 21st November he will lead a workshop on The Bible: Our Everlasting Story, in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.

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