Entries by Luuk Dominiek Jansen OP

Light of Truth – 19

The scriptures occupy a central role in our Christian lives. Through the scriptures God speaks to us, and makes known to us the plan of salvation. At many times during this radio show the scriptures come to the fore as a central aspect in deepening our relationship with God through listening to His Word. This […]

Opening Academic Year 2016

  This short video shows a recording of homily given by Fr. John Harris OP at the Mass for the Opening of the Academic Year 2016-1217. The Irish Dominican Province has its own theology Studium, or House of Studies located in the north city center of Dublin. St. Saviour’s Priory houses the student brothers during […]

Light of Truth – 18

God draws us closer to Him through Grace. Grace is our communion, our participation, into the Divine Life of God. The more we are open to grace and participate in the grace of God the more it’s transforming effect shapes our lives. Grace does not take away our freedom, but enables us to life instead […]

Light of Truth – 17

Our journey towards God is a gradual process. Through prayer and a search God’s Grace starts to work in us and moves us to a closer relationship with Him. But why is this needed, why do we need this grace to be healed in our relationship with God? This week Fr. Eoin OP and Fr. […]

Pilgrimage to Knock

The Annual Dominican Rosary Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock will take place on Sunday the 9th of October. This year is a special year as the Dominican Order celebrates the 800th Jubilee of it’s foundation and it promises to be a very special, prayerful and joyful day. Details: Sunday October 9th […]

Light of Truth 16

The radio program ‘The Light of Truth’ is the weekly Dominican radio program on Radio Maria Ireland. This week Fr. Luuk continues to talk about the lived experience of being a Christian. How God connects to us in our lives, and how integrating God into our daily routines makes the lived experience more complete, more wholesome […]

Simple Professions

The Irish Province of the Dominicans celebrated today as four novices made their First Profession into the Dominican Order. Ordinarily brothers take three years of Simple Profession after they finish their noviciate year and will start their studies in the Student House in Dublin. We congratulate brothers Kevin Leavy O.P., Maurice White O.P., Anthony Kavanagh O.P. and Kellan Scott O.P. […]

Five new novices

The Irish Dominican Province is dedicated to the Exaltation of the Cross. Traditionally on this feast day the new novices receive their habits and enter into the Order. This year, the Jubilee of the Order, five new brothers, Gary Toman, Ruaidhri Grieve, Peter O’Kane, Pasi Kukkanan and Ciaran Egan received the habit from Fr. Gregory Carroll OP. […]