Dear Friends, thank you so much for your support last week - we reached 6K Followers and more. Bless you all for your kindness in helping us share the message of Lough Derg. We share this week's reflection with the image of the 'kneeling stones' at the waters edge on the sacred Island. May God who gives us peace be with you, your family and friends always.
Dear friends, can you help us reach 6,000 followers on Facebook. Our presence on Facebook has grown through your kind support in sharing our stories. Help us keep Lough Derg the living place of pilgrimage and retreat it has been since the 5th Century. Please share with your network of friends and invite someone will join you on your Retreat or Pilgrimage this year - we open on 1st May for the One Day Retreats. You can email us for more details firstname.lastname@example.org or message below.
“My biggest hope is that it will be an occasion to renew confidence in the family”
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin discusses the preparations for the World of Meetin...g of Families 2018 ahead of Pope Francis' meeting with the Irish Bishops this Friday. Feel free to SHARE ...
FULL INTERVIEW AND INFO - http://www.worldmeeting2018.ie
Dear Friends, blessings for your week ahead. We continue to keep your intentions in the prayers at the weekly Pilgrim Mass celebrated by Fr Owen each Tuesday until the Island opens on Monday 1st May 2017.
The Pope is offering a special opportunity to all Christians: let us unity our prayers and works of charity to meet the challenges facing humanity. Do you want ...to remain outside? (Apostolate of prayer - www.popesprayer.net)
If you would like to see other videos on the pope’s prayer intentions, you will find them at: www.thepopevideo.org.
Welcome dear friends to a blessed quiet moment this evening. The fourth candle of Christmas, the candle of love, lights up the Advent wreath. May we have the courage to reach out in love for one another as we journey ever closer to the light of Christ’s love this Christmas. Blessings on your week ahead
Dear friends, another busy Saturday and Sunday behind us, the time is getting near. This weekend more and more homes shine brightly, lights a twinkling inside and outside. The church advent wreath glowing with the candle of Joy. In this blessed quiet space breathe in the Joy of the One to come and may the great Joy of God’s grace be with you this week in all you do and with everyone you meet. Blessings
Dear friends, at this stage in the festive month Christmas begins to occupy more and more of our waking thoughts - there is no doubt it is 'the most wonderful time of the year.' It is a time of gift giving and receiving. But we are also called to remember those of our friends and family where this time is difficult. We share a thought with you today from an image and quote of Pope Francis at the crib about God's greatest gift to us all - the gift of Christmas. Blessings