Journeying in Faith

Posted on 18. Jan, 2018 in Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Faith and Justice, Gospel Values, Vocation

A new book by Canon Cecil Hyland, Journeying in Faith – A Walk with Christ encourages readers to continue their search for a faith that is alive and relevant. Published by Church of Ireland Publishing (CIP), it focuses on moving towards an adult formation of faith and in seeing faith as a journey that continues […]

All God’s Creatures

Posted on 28. Dec, 2017 in Church of Ireland, Church Teachings, Community, Ecology, Faith and Justice

A blessing for Peata dogs and all animals was held in Christ Church Cathedral earlier in December. Previously we heard from Lesley Rue who organised the first service in Christ Church. Miriam Gormally also spoke with Dean Dunne to find out more about the Christian attitude towards all animals and why, like St Francis, he […]

Changing Attitude Ireland

Posted on 28. Dec, 2017 in Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Community, Sexuality

As we come to the end of the year, we play our most listened to piece of 2017. First posted on June 29th. This month saw Dublin host a vibrant Pride Festival. Before the festival, Changing Attitude Ireland held what has become an annual service of thanksgiving and remembrance at St. Audoen’s Church. Dr Leo Kilroy […]

Blessings for Dogs

Posted on 14. Dec, 2017 in Church of Ireland, Ecology, Faith and Justice

Dogs of all sizes were getting into the festive spirit in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, on Tuesday December 12 at the the annual lunchtime Peata Therapy Dog Carol Service. Peata Therapy Dogs provides a voluntary pet therapy to different institutions of care. Approved volunteers and their dogs go along to pay weekly visits. The service was organised […]

Jonathan Swift

Posted on 23. Nov, 2017 in Achievement, Church of Ireland, Community, Vocation

The Jonathan Swift festival takes place this year, Nov 23rd to 26th and marks the 350th anniversary of Swift’s birthday. Born in Nov 30th 1667, he was appointed Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral in 1713, making him the 50th Dean of St Patrick’s. His appointment came after failed attempts to secure employment in England, due […]

Responding to Hurricane Irma

Posted on 14. Sep, 2017 in Church of Ireland, Climate Change, Ecology, Environment, Natural Disasters

Rector Eileen Cremin, Church of Ireland minister in Fermoy, talks about her family who are living in Antigua and the aftermath of hurricane Irma which devastated thousands of islands across the Carribean. She talks about how the neighbouring island Barbuda was completed destroyed, but how Antigua managed to escape the worst of it. When Hurricane […]

Solidarity with Persecuted Christians

Posted on 29. Jun, 2017 in Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Faith and Justice, Gospel Values, Humanitarian Aid, Refugees

Eddie Lyle is president of Open Doors UK & Ireland. He is returning to Lebanon for his fifth visit and he looks at the Church’s response to the Syrian refugee crisis. He looks at various forms of persecution around the world. He focuses in particular on Christian persecution and how the Church is one body […]

Blessed John Sullivan

Posted on 18. May, 2017 in Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Community, Liturgy, Saints, Young people

The Beatification of John Sullivan SJ drew huge crowds to Gardiner Street Church on Saturday May 13th. In the post communion reflections, Church of Ireland Archbishop Michael Jackson, John D’Ardis SJ and Catholic Archbishop Diarmuid Martin spoke movingly about the life of John Sullivan and what he meant to the people in Ireland. Archbishop Michael Jackson […]

Details of John Sullivan’s Beatification

Posted on 04. May, 2017 in Charity, Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Church Teachings, Gospel Values, Saints

Fr John Sullivan SJ will be beatified at 11 am on 13 May, 2017 in Gardiner Street Church. The principal celebrant and homilist will be Cardinal Angelo Amato, Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, and he will be assisted by the Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin. The Church of Ireland Archbishop of […]

The Wisdom of Ruth Part 2

Posted on 04. May, 2017 in Christian Values, Church of Ireland, Community, Gospel Values

Ruth Patterson continues her talk about how the love of Jesus can be experienced even in the most difficult of circumstances and how the “sacrament of encounter” can be transmitted over the radio.