Latest news
Home > Tag Archives: Lent

Tag Archives: Lent

Young people dig deep and rejoice

The Faber Community of young adults reflect on the Paschal Mystery and how lockdown has connected the central story of their faith to their own concrete lives

Read More »

Digital doors wide open at Manresa

Manresa Jesuit Centre of Spirituality in Dollymount, Dublin, is providing a broad range of Lenten services including daily mass, reflective videos and retreats

Read More »

A useful guide through Lent

Kieran O'Mahony's book 'Hearers of the Word' from Messenger Publications is a guide to praying and exploring the scripture readings during Lent

Read More »

Happy 21st, Sacred Space!

On Ash Wednesday 1999, 1,000 people prayed in English for the first time on Sacred Space, the online prayer website created by the Jesuits in Ireland

Read More »

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

Read More »

Lenten journey in Clongowes

Clongowes Wood College SJ used state of the art technology to offer creative Lenten services during the months of March and April 2019

Read More »

Lent 2018: Week after Lent: The Displacement of Home

Read 1 Peter 2:4-12 When did secularity become ascendant in Ireland? Was it when pubs were allowed to be opened on Sunday in Northern Ireland, which only happened in 1989? Or was it when contraception was allowed to be sold in the Republic back in 1978? Was it when RTE’s first television broadcast began in 1961? Or was it the ...

Read More »