Category Archives: Lenten Talks 2011

Thanks for being with us

We would like to thank all who attended our Lenten Series of Talks this year. We really appreciated your coming in such numbers. As we said on the final night, it is just as well we have plans to increase … Continue reading

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Ned Prendergast’s Talk

Last night we heard from Ned Prendergast, Director of Faith Development at CEIST, a trust which manages the trusteeship of 112 Catholoic secondary schools in Ireland. Ned gave us a wonderful, rich, stimulating talk which was uplifting and challenging at the same … Continue reading

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Books recommended by Bishop Willie Walsh

During his talk, Bishop Willie referred to two books that he had found to be very inspirational. For your information they were: ‘What is the point of being a Christian?‘ by the Dominican Timothy Radcliffe and ‘Jesus Today’ by Albert Nolan. In … Continue reading

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Bishop Willie Walsh’s Talk

We continued our Lenten series of talks last night with Bishop Willie Walsh as our guest speaker. Willie was Bishop of Killaloe from 1995 until his retirement last year.  We had a large turnout again and we enjoyed a wonderful … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Lenten Talks 2011

This year we are hosting a series of talks over the lenten period on the theme ‘Why remain a Catholic today?‘. Four speakers with very different life experiences will address the topic over a period of five weeks. Click on … Continue reading

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