Eddies Stones on Healing

Posted on 14. Feb, 2019 in Christian Values, Community, Health, Vocation

Eddie Stones felt a calling to be a healer and his story has been one of our most requested pieces. Here Conor Deane does a follow up with him on Mercy. He talks about living with Mercy and without Judgment of others. Eddie Stones and his wife Lucy live in Emmanuel House of Providence which […]

What About Me?

Posted on 14. Feb, 2019 in Christian Values, Community, Feminism/Women in the Church, Vocation

The topic of Women in the Church was again brought to the fore by a meeting of “We are Church” where the key note speaker was Josepha Madigan. Also at the talk was Sharon Tighe-Mooney, who was presenting her book, “What About Me? Women and the Catholic Church”, an exploration into the arguments given to exclude women […]

Buy a Hoodie to Build a School

Posted on 07. Feb, 2019 in Achievement, Community, Humanitarian Aid, Schools, Young people

Will Robbins is a Gonzaga student who has set up a business selling hoodies to raise money to build a secondary school in Zambia. Here he talks with Pat Coyle about how a chance encounter in Zambia, turned him into a social entrepreneur (with a little help from his friends). He discusses his experience building […]

First Coptic Bishop of Ireland

Posted on 07. Feb, 2019 in Christian Values, Community, Spirituality, Vocation

His Grace Bishop Antony entered the monastic life in 1981 at the Anba Bishoy Monastery where he was ordained as a monk and priest by the name of Father Akxious El Anba Bishoy. Then he started his mission in Switzerland and later the Republic of Ireland and the UK. In 1995 His Holiness Pope Shenouda […]

Protests force Church group to move

Posted on 31. Jan, 2019 in Christian Values, Feminism/Women in the Church

Colm Holmes from We Are Church We Are Church Ireland revealed that their mid-February meeting promoting the full participation of women in the Catholic Church, to be addressed by the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan has been moved to a Dublin hotel after the Mercy sisters withdrew their offer of a […]

Ode to Bridget

Posted on 31. Jan, 2019 in Ecological, Feminism/Women in the Church, Music, Saints

From the Album, Celtic Soul by Nóirín Ni Riain, this beautiful song, Ode to Bridget, draws from the deepest well of the Sean Nós (old style) tradition. It celebrates Bridget and praises her contribution to Ireland, the Earth and others.

Film Faith and Music 2

Posted on 24. Jan, 2019 in Art, Christian Values, Music

Michael Aherne, who plays The Commitments’ pianist Steven Clifford, was an employee for the Dublin Corporation and took a three-month leave of absence to make the film. He is currently head of the transport development at the National Transport Authority as well as working for Spirit Radio and doing gigs with The Commitments. In this […]

You Can’t buy Heaven

Posted on 24. Jan, 2019 in Music

“You Can’t Buy Heaven” a song by James Kilbane which will feature in the upcoming programme on RTE, “A Celebration of Christian Country Music” which will be aired on Sunday Feb 10th at 11.10am.

Christian Country Music

Posted on 24. Jan, 2019 in Christian Values, Community, Music

James Kilbane has been involved with Christian Country Music all his life and his most recent project is a documentary with RTE called, “A Celebration of Country Gospel Music”. Featuring choirs and artists from all across the county, including William Hayes, Alan Mitchell, Louise Morrissey, Colin Elliot and the Sligo Gospel choir, it looks at the […]

Film, Faith and Music

Posted on 17. Jan, 2019 in Achievement, Christian Values, Film Reviews, Music, Relationships, Spirituality

Michael Aherne, who plays The Commitments’ pianist Steven Clifford, was an employee for the Dublin Corporation and took a three-month leave of absence to make the film. He is currently head of the transport development at the National Transport Authority as well as working for Spirit Radio and doing gigs with The Commitments. In this […]