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Fr. Ned Ryan sac, R.I.P.

Fr. Edmund Ryan, RIP. Fr Edmund, or Ned as he was known to us and Eddie to his family, died peacefully in the South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel, Co Tipperary on the evening of December 3. Ned was taken to hospital following a fall in Padre Pio Nursing Home just over three weeks before he…

Fr. Albert Bolle R.I.P., White Fathers Tanzania

The Pallottines in Tanzania were very saddened by the sudden and unexpected death on January 26 of Fr. Albert Bolle, a Belgian White Father missionary and a friend of the Pallottines who had worked for many years in Tanzania. He celebrated Sunday Mass, felt unwell, was anointed and died a short time later in the…

WHAT YOU LONGED FOR & WHAT YOU HAVE BECOME by Fr. Emmanuel Msuri sac

Reflection by Fr. Emmanuel Msuri sac on a personal encounter with St. Aloysius Gonzaga – from Moshi to Rome IN ROME AT ST. IGNATIO CHURCH. One of the things that you would love to do going to a new place is to visit the famous place(s) that you have heard about or that you have longed…

FR. ADRIAN ALTAMIRANO SAC – R.I.P.

Greetings to you all.  Very sad news today, Fr. Adrian Altamirano of the Argentine delegature died this morning, RIP. When he did not appear this morning Tom O’Donnell and Fernando Bello went to his room and found that he had died. Adrian had suffered a massive internal hemorrhage. Adrian was 45. I have not heard details…

MOVED WITH COMPASSION – Protecting Life

This is an article I wrote in one of my blogs in July 2013. It has been viewed 13,500 times since then – more than anything else I’ve written – so it seems worth presenting again in a time of serious violence against the individual and a time of silence on the question of abortion….

Transformed By A Spirit Of Sacrifice by Derry Murphy, sac

Reflecting on the Epiphany brings a deep appreciation of what the Church commemorates as “the first manifestation our Lord Jesus Christ made of himself to the Gentiles, the first proclamation of the Catholic faith”. These are the words of  St Vincent Pallotti (1795-1850), a Roman saint who spent his entire life ministering in the City….

FEAST OF THE MOTHER OF DIVINE LOVE

The Irish Province of The Mother Of Divine Love celebrates its Feast-day on September 12 which is traditionally the Feast of the Holy Name of Mary and the day on which Pallottines made their Profession or Consecration

I COME HERE WITH NOTHING

I’m told that priests don’t have to queue for the Baths in Lourdes but something in me resists such privilege and I go down as a civilian, taking my place with all the other men and wait. It’s easier for men than women because there are not as many of us.  It’s a very hot…

Charismatic Vision Of Pallotti by Zephyrin Kirubagar sac

charismatic vision of Pallotti revisited in Porta Fidei Charisms are special divine gifts God gives to individuals and groups to build up the Church and to carry on its mission in different times and places. Once Vincent was no longer with them the phrase “revival of faith and rekindling of charity” became the heartbeat of…

St. Patrick’s Parish Corduff

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