This is a Gospel Reflection on the sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time.
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A talk delivered to the Guild of Catholic Scholars in St. Saviour’s Priory, Dublin, on Saturday, 1st, February. In it Fr. Terence Crotty, lecturer on Scripture in the Dominican Studium, Dublin, shows how Scholarship on the Bible has happily changed and evolved in recent decades in a way that gives greater and greater support for […]
This is a brief Gospel reflection on the fifth Sunday of Ordinary time. Jesus says to His disciples: You are the salt of the earth and the light of the world.
Ms Marie Jennings, a professional librarian, is currently creating an electronic catalogue of the private library of the late Fr Hugh Fenning, O.P., S.T.M. The collection is located at St Mary’s Priory, Tallaght, and contains approximately forty-eight shelves of printed books and pamphlets on Irish Dominican history, Irish Church history, and Irish local and general […]
On the 28th January 2020, the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, Frs. Matthew Farrell OP and Jesse Maingot OP received their Bachelor of Sacred Theology (S.T.B.) degrees. This is a graduate-level academic degree in theology awarded after four years of theological studies at the Dominican Studium in Dublin. The degree was awarded by the Pontifical University of […]
Dominican Publications have recently published a book of sermons by Bishop Martin Drennan of Galway. It covers every Sunday of the three-year lectionary cycle, and all the sermons are focussed on enabling readers to see the face of Christ. More information can be found on the website.
Below is a Gospel Reflection on the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary time.
This is a brief Gospel Reflection on the Second Sunday of Ordinary time.
This weeks Sunday Reflection in on the The Baptism of the Lord.
This weeks Gospel Reflection is for the 4th week of Advent. It is the story on how Jesus came to be born as narrated in the Gospel of Matthew.
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