God, who had specially chosen me while I was still in my mother’s womb, called me through his grace and chose to reveal his Son in me (Galatians 1)
Our Pallottine Prayer Book in its Vigil Prayer for January 22nd refers to St Vincent Pallotti, as ‘the tireless apostle.’ The Prayer also notes that Pallotti ‘gave us the life of Our Lord Jesus Christ as our Fundamental Rule.’ In Continue reading 2022 FOUNDER’S DAY
Sending best wishes and blessings to our Pallottine Community East Africa. The General Council, in its session of 30 June 2021, decided to erect the East African Region dependent of the Mother of Divine Love Province (IR). The East African Continue reading East Africa becomes a Region January 9, 2022
More Than A Feeling is a song by American band Boston, a song I associate with Eugene from around 1976 and it hints at what stirs in my heart for him. It’s much more than a feeling. I have known Eugene Continue reading MORE THAN A FEELING: Remembering Eugene
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our brother Father Eugene Lynch SAC who died December 31st at 8.30pm. He will be greatly missed by his family, Pallottine Community and many friends in Ireland, England, Argentina Continue reading Father Eugene Lynch SAC R.I.P.
On a day when Ireland records its highest figure of over 11,000 cases it isgood that we can still gather & pray. Therefore I hope in your apostolate you are able to gather and celebrate this Holy Night. We are Continue reading Christmas 2021
Bring my thoughts home O LordLike the herd of an African twilight Draw us in from the placesOf the day where we have strayed Our Scattered mindsSpun-out heartsSpent souls Settle us down That we may abideWithin That I may abideWith Continue reading A Christmas Prayer (The Crib of Our Clay)
SnowflakesFor the chosenAnd the fragile God’s ownFrailtyIn them In Christ WeaknessStrongerThan strength WiserThan humanWisdom He isVirtue andHoliness There is no otherHope saveIn Him God knocksOn the basementDoor of my life Enters inA homelessWoman and man To sit with usAt tableAnd Continue reading SHELTER (A Cold December)