Simply Divine Sat 29th Jan 10.04- 10. 30am
Maria Colfer speaks with student Grace Masterson about faith, her involvement with Holy Family Mission,and a new worship movement that's setting hearts on fire.
Sounds For Sunday 30th Jan 9.04am - 10.00am
Sounds for Sunday, is presented by Patricia McNally, with reflection from Reverend Canon Ian Cruickshank, and includes requests, hymns and sacred songs.
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Sunday Celebration 30th Jan 10.00 am
The Reverend Canon Ruth Elmes, Archdeacon of Ossory and Leighlin.
Sunday Reflection 30th Jan 8.30pm - 9pm
Reverend Conor O'Reilly shares reflection and music on today's readings.
Music Box Mon 31st Jan
8.04pm - 8.30pm
Eric Driver shares a selection of musical favourites on the theme of Belief.
Faith Matters Mon 31st Jan 8.30pm- 9pm
Dr. Patrick Kenny,author and lecturer explains how the example, impact and relevance of Jesuit Fr Willie Doyle's life has for today.
Mission Impossible Tues 1st Feb 8.04pm- 8.30pm
Nan Furlong speaks with Fr Martin Pender of Ballymitty, on the topic of political correctness.
After encountering the Saviour and worshipping him together, the Magi return to their countries by a different way, having been warned in a dream. The communion we share in our prayer together must inspire us to return to ourselves, our churches and our world by new ways. But what does this mean in practice? Serving the Gospel today requires a commitment to humankind, especially the poorest, the weakest and those marginalized. It requires from the churches transparency and accountability in dealing with the world, and with each other. This means churches need to cooperate to provide relief to the afflicted, to welcome the displaced, to relieve the burdened, and to build a just and honest society. This is a call for churches to work together so that we can all build a good future according to God’s heart, a future in which all human beings can experience life, peace, justice, and love.
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