NET (National Evangelisation Team) Ministries is made up of young people who give a year of their lives to evangelise other young people. These young people are given six weeks’ intensive training in passing on the faith and engaging with young people in an enthusiastic and fun way. NET visits schools during the academic year and give retreats to students.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence is a global campaign to raise awareness about violence against women and its impact on a woman’s well-being. It commences on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and concludes on 10 December, Human Rights Day.
Sr Rosaleen Crossan recently contributed to ‘A Living Word’ on RTE Radio 1 in Ireland. This is a longstanding two-minute daily meditation from Monday to Friday each week. As its early morning (6:15) and repeat late night (12:58) broadcast times suggest, the roots of the programme reach back to the traditions of Morning Prayer and Compline in Western Christianity. If you would like to listen to Sr Rosaleen’s contributions please click on the following links:
In this article Sr Frances Pollard tells us about a recent event in Merseyside. "For the past 20 years a Pause for Hope service has taken place at Liverpool Cathedral. Many people have been involved in the making. An organising committee with representatives of cancer charities and organisations in Merseyside plan and prepare the Services.
It was with great joy and delight that we celebrated the Golden Jubilee of Sr. Marsha, on July 2nd, 2017. Preparations were well under way, invitations had been sent and RSVPs received. The Jubilee Mass and celebration were to take place outside in front of Caritas. Tables were dressed and umbrellas were opened to provide shade from the California sun.
More than 200 invited guests gathered at City Hall in Dublin on Thursday 28th September to celebrate the work of social innovator Sr Stanislaus Kennedy. One of the many tributes that were given was that of Clodagh Hannigan a ‘Friend of Mary Aikenhead’. Click HERE to watch a video that captures the celebration including several of the inspiring speeches.
Over most of the past year the Sisters in England/Scotland have been discerning together as a Province about their future viability. During that time, they have been praying a prayer of Discernment. To further share the fruits of their discerning and to gather in the harvest of those months they met as a Province in May, in Clydebank, for two days. Read on to see what happened...
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