Entries by Luuk Dominiek Jansen OP

Light of Truth – 42

This week Fr. Philip Mulryne O.P. joins Fr. Luuk O.P. again on the program the Light of Truth. Fr. Philip, a frequent quest on the show, was ordained to the priesthood during the summer. This week Frs. Philip and Luuk will discuss the Ordination and what it is to be a priest. The music this week […]

Simple Professions

Today four of our novices made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. Yesterday, on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross the Irish Province received five new novices. The Novices who have spend the last year in our Noviciate in Cork have now made their First Profession. The next step in their life as […]

Reception of the Habit

The Feast of the Exultation of the Cross is the Feast of the Irish Province of the Dominican Order. This is traditionally the day that postulant coming to join the Order receive the habit. This year, the noviciate, is a time of deeper discernment in which the novice comes to  appreciate  the calling that God […]

Solemn Profession of bro. Matthew Farrell O.P.

Congratulations to bro. Matthew Farrell O.P. on the occasion of his Solemn Profession. The Provincial, Fr. Gregory Carroll OP, received the profession of brother Matthew during the 11.30 am Mass in St. Saviour’s Church, Dominick Street. The Province extends its congratulations and best wishes bro Matthew as well as our prayers. By profession, a Dominican […]

iDoms Vocab 4.0

A few years ago we created an iPhone/iPad App to learn Vocabulary on an iPhone and iPad. The vocabulary included at the time was for Biblical Greek, Biblical Hebrew and some Latin. An update last year allowed users to pick words from those lists and create their own custom lists to practice. Because of some special […]

Ambassador Extraordinaire: Daniel O’Daly

Ambassador Extraordinaire: Daniel O’Daly, 1595-1662 (Dublin: Arlen House, 2017) Margaret MacCurtain, O.P. This fascinating study explores the career of Ireland’s first modern diplomat, Daniel O’Daly. Born in Kilsarkan, County Kerry, in 1595, he became a significant figure in seventeenth century ecclesiastical and political life at a time when Ireland’s relationship with Europe was both considerable […]