Nuala O’ Loan’s Talk

We opened our Lenten Talks Series on Friday evening last. Over 100 of us spent a wonderful evening with Nuala O’ Loan whose talk may be downloaded from here. Nuala spoke from the heart and related her personal faith story to us in a way that touched our hearts because of its depth and simplicity. We are very grateful to Nuala for being present, really present, with us.

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2 Responses to Nuala O’ Loan’s Talk

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  2. Geraldine Cullen says:

    I really enjoyed Nuala’s talk. she has really captured the essence of what it means to be a member of the Catholic Church. As the eldest of 8 siblings myself and also coming from an economically challenged background I can identify with a lot of what she says. Her communication skills are just fantastic she very much speaks “heart to heart.”

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