This week on the Light of Truth Fr. Luuk Jansen OP talks with bro. Philip Mulryne OP about Marian apparitions. The Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes is on the 11th of February, so this week the Light of Truth looks at the apparitions of Our Lady to St. Bernadette. Please send any comments or any […]
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Below are some photos of the Solemn Profession of sister Cathy, which took place on the 2nd of February 2018, the Feast of the Presentation. Sister Cathy made her Solemn vows as a Dominican Contemplative Nun in the Siena Monestry in Drogheda.
The latest stop of the Vocations Icon, an Icon of St. Dominic, is in Galway. After Newbridge College, Dundalk, Newry and Sligo the Icon moved this last weekend to our priory and church in the Claddagh in Galway. The main aim of bringing the icon around the Irish Province is to encourage the congregation to […]
In this 30-minute documentary, Fr. Allan White, O.P., braves the scorching heat of July in the city of Rome and delivers an on-site historical exploration of the Basilica of San Clemente located at its heart. Citing the discoveries of Father Joseph Mullooly, O.P., in the mid-19th Century, he explains how the basilica, built upon the […]
This week on the Light of Truth Fr. Luuk O.P. continues the reflection of last week, steering towards the question why we are called to proclaim the Gospel to All the Nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The music played in the live program on Radio Maria were: […]
This week on the Light of Truth Fr. Philip Mulryne O.P. joins Fr. Luuk O.P. to reflect on the second half of the first chapter of the Gospel according to St. John. This is where John the Baptist points out Jesus to the first discples. They follow Jesus, and when Jesus turns to them they ask where […]
Attr. St. Jerome: For he must repent, who would keep close to eternal good, that is, to the kingdom of God. For he who would have the kernel, breaks the shell; the sweetness of the apple makes up for the bitterness of its root; the hope of gain makes the dangers of the sea pleasant; […]
Tomorrow Monday the 15th at 7pm on RTÉ Nationwide: From professional footballer to priesthood, we meet a man who swapped his high flying career to join the Dominicans on #RTENationwide Mon 15th Jan @RTEOne 7pm @rte@irishdominicans#PhilipMulryne The broadcast can be seen on the RTÉ Player.
Catena Aurea, Jn 1:35-42 St. Augustine (354-430): John was the friend of the Bridegroom; he sought not his own glory, but bore witness to the truth. And therefore he did not wish his disciples to remain with him, to the hindrance of their duty to follow the Lord, but rather showed them whom they should […]
Irish friar Fergus Ryan successfully defended his doctoral thesis in Rome in June 2016. The thesis examined how experimental practices, called “Dialogue Mass”, used in parishes, schools, chaplaincies and World War II prisoner-of-war camps influenced the changes in the celebration of Mass introduced after the Second Vatican Council. The practices were novel in that they comprised […]
- What happened in 1968? – Ratzinger SymposiumJune 15, 2018 - 2:29 pm
- Credo Weekend – this weekendJune 12, 2018 - 9:38 am
- The Visitation of Our Blessed Lady to ElizabethMay 31, 2018 - 10:05 am
- Diaconate Ordinations 2018April 4, 2018 - 5:21 pm
- Video of the Solemn Profession of Sr. Cathy OPMarch 29, 2018 - 3:54 pm