The Vocation of Nursing – Una O’Doherty

Posted on 15. Oct, 2020 in Church Teachings, Faith and Justice, Health, Vocation

Soul Waves Radio has come to the end of its journey. It’s been a very interesting and exciting time and we were glad to share so many interviews with you. We will be publishing pieces from the archive, until the archive moves to Jesuit.ie and then you will be able to access them there. We […]

Prisoner Volunteers

Posted on 15. Oct, 2020 in Church Teachings, Depression, Faith and Justice, Health, Mental Health

In this piece from the archive from 2006, we hear from 28 prisoners who trained as Samaritan Volunteers in a number of Dublin prisons and the organisation hopes to eventually extend the project to every prison in the State.  These prisoners provide a confidential listening service for fellow inmates at Cloverhill, Wheatfield and Arbour Hill […]

Reflection from Greece

Posted on 15. Oct, 2020 in Church Teachings, Faith and Justice, Retreats

In this piece from 2006, we hear from the Rev. Patrick Comerford, who talks about his travels. He said that many places strike a chord and cause us to think back on what we experienced, long after the holiday is over. The Rev. Patrick Comerford loves Greece and here he reflects on one of the […]

The Power of Prayer Groups

Posted on 08. Oct, 2020 in Church Teachings, Community, Prayer

Soul Waves Radio has come to the end of its journey. It’s been a very interesting and exciting time and we were glad to share so many interviews with you. We will be publishing pieces from the archive, until the archive moves to Jesuit.ie and then you will be able to access them there. We […]

Giving Your Life to Charity

Posted on 08. Oct, 2020 in Charity, Humanitarian Aid

Dedicating all your time to charity is an incredibly generous and noble thing to do. In this piece from 2005, Sean Farrell talks about how he spent a number of years in the Philippines living in shanty towns and helping communities to emerge from poverty. He talks to Miriam Gormally about this experience and the […]

Church Alive

Posted on 01. Oct, 2020 in Book Reviews, Church Teachings, Faith and Justice, Vocation

Soul Waves Radio has come to the end of its journey. It’s been a very interesting and exciting time and we were glad to share so many interviews with you. We will be publishing pieces from the archive, until the archive moves to Jesuit.ie and then you will be able to access them there. We […]

Psalm 139

Posted on 01. Oct, 2020 in Church Teachings, Prayer

A Psalm is explained as a scared song or hymn. Here Michael McGolderick O. Carm shares his favourite Psalm with us, Psalm 139. He describes how he was very struck by this Psalm when he heard it over 20 years ago.  He explains how it is a very reassuring psalm and it has helped him […]

Remembering Fr. Peyton

Posted on 17. Sep, 2020 in Church Teachings, Vocation

‘The family that prays together stays together’ was the well known, often quoted slogan of the Rosary priest, the late Fr. Patrick Peyton. In this piece from the archive, from 2009, we hear about the international celebration that was organised to mark the centenary of his birth in Ireland.  Fr. Jim Phelan, Director of the […]

Dom Helder Camera

Posted on 17. Sep, 2020 in Church Teachings, Faith and Justice

Some of us are lucky enough meet a person who profoundly changes our lives for the better.  For Don Mullen, author and film maker, that person was Brazilian born Bishop Dom Helder Camera who saw the presence of God in everything.  Dom Helder was born over a 100 years ago and in this piece from […]

Music: Sí Gaoithe

Posted on 17. Sep, 2020 in Music

Taken from the Album, Celtic Passage, our music piece this week is Deirdre Ní Chinnéide’s Sí Gaoithe/Spirit Breeze. www.deirdrenichinneide.com