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Feb
21

Homily - Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time C - Bishop McKeown

Last week we listened to be beginning of Luke's version of the Sermon on the Mount. There Jesus talked about the poor being blessed. Today we hear Jes...

Feb
27

Homily - Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time C - Bishop McKeown

Jesus continues with the manifesto for the Kingdom of God. After this Sunday, we take a break from our journey with St Luke's Gospel, and we enter the...

Mar
02

Novena to Sleeping St Joseph - Termonbacca Carmelite Retreat Centre

From 11th-19th March 2022 Termonbacca Carmelite Retreat Centre will be holding their annual Novena to the sleeping St Joseph. The Novena to the Sleepi...

Mar
03

Lent 2022

The English word 'Lent' comes from the Anglo-Saxon word Lencten, meaning 'Spring'. In other languages the word comes from the Latin, Quadragesima – a ...

Mar
06

Homily - First Sunday of Lent C - Bishop McKeown

These have been worrying days and weeks, not just for Ukraine but for Europe. If we ever needed proof, it is clear from the horrors of war that evil e...

Mar
14

Homily - Second Sunday in Lent C - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 13 March 2022  The Lenten journey invites us to accompany Jesus on the road to Calvary. Last week he was tempted to be untrue to that mis...

Mar
18

Homily - Lá Fhéile Phádraig 2022 - Bishop McKeown

Today, people all around the world will celebrate St Patrick. For many it will be predominantly a cultural or sentimental event – and for others, afte...

Mar
23

The Net - March 2022

The March 2022 edition of 'The Net', the monthly publication sharing the fruits of the faith in our parish communities within the Diocese of Derr...

Mar
24

The solemn Act of Consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

The Pope invites the People of God across the nations to join in the solemn Act of Consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary ...

Apr
04

Homily - Fifth Sunday in Lent C - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 3 April 2022  We are now just ten days away from the great and terrible events of Holy Week. In Jerusalem, Jesus encounters more oppositi...

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