As carols singers across the country sing out for Christmas, it’s nice to remember some of the traditional Irish songs. Hers is “The Darkest Midnight’ sung by Noirin ni Riain’s celebrating the birth of Jesus.
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 […]
Posted on 08. Oct, 2020 in Prayer
In this piece from 2005, Fr. Frank Mullan recites a prayer for the feast of the Sacred Heart.
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 […]
In this second part of our series from the archives with Celeste Snowber, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, she explores how we actually “bully” our bodies. She points out that we regularly berate our bodies for not being what we think they should be, in a […]
Christian meditation is experiencing a revival as the John Main tradition of meditation is spreading throughout the country. In this piece from the archive we hear from Noel Keating, who works on a voluntary basis as Coordinaor of Meditation with Children for Christian Meditation Ireland. Noel Keating has been involved with meditation for over 15 years […]
As we move into the New Year, we go back over some of our most listened to pieces over the past year. Damien Stein is a Catholic from London who is involved in the Charismatic renewal and runs a Prayer Ministry. During his Pray Ministry he continually witnesses many miracles of healing. He travels the […]
In this poem Celeste Snowber gives a poetic rendition of living in a world of multitasking where she finds herself in the throes of laundry. Through poetry and dance she seeks to to transcend and reimagine the work in a more zen like fashion that integrates her work with her soul.
In our second piece with Eddie Stones, healer and family man, he looks at the power of prayer – exploring the strength of the Rosary. In this interview with Conor Deane, he talks about how the Rosary had what he felt was a miraculous impact on his own life and how he felt like it […]
Now for a New Year Reflection – this is a prayer from the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin’s Reach Out Campaign, a blessing for the New Year, first played in Dec 2005, read here by the then Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Jim Moriarty.