800 Years of the Dominican Order in Ireland

 

This year we are celebrating the 800th anniversary of the presence of Dominican friars in Ireland! Explore our vast collection of books authored by Dominicans and those that provide insights into prominent Dominican figures. Immerse yourself in the diverse perspectives and stories that have greatly influenced the Dominican identity over the centuries. Join us in commemorating this important milestone by discovering these literary treasures that showcase the enduring influence of the Dominican Order.

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To Praise, to Bless, to Preach: Words of Grace and Truth
€19.99 EUR

To Praise, To Bless, to Preach shows how Christian faith, in the Domincan tradition, takes flesh; and proposes a dialogue with society in a search where everyone has a stake: the search for meaning and hope.

The last four world - leaders (Masters) of the Dominican Order served throughout the excitements and hesitations of the forty years from the opening of the Second Vatican Council to the start of the twenty - first century.

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The Word is Flesh and Blood: The Eucharist and Sacred Scripture
€14.99 EUR

The Word is Flesh and Blood follows the movement of the Mass. In 15 chapters, it explores the biblical sources and inspiration of this great sacramental action, after the pattern of 'assembly', 'word', 'Eucharist' and 'mission'.

Reflections from an international team of scholars on the place of the Old Testament in Christian worship, on the Psalms, and on the New Testament, especially the Gospels.

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Take Nothing for the Journey - Meditations on Time and Place
€11.99 EUR

Take Nothing for the Journey is a record of three months spent living in a tent in different parts of Ireland, all places that held significance for Donagh O'Shea. After 10 busy years working in a retreat centre, he needed to get away from maps of the spiritual journey, for maps can never be substitutes for the real journey, the journey to God.

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Justice, Peace, and Domincans, 1216-2001
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This book looks at how one Catholic religious order - very old, yet persistently in the forefront of change - has responded to justice and peace issues in the course of 785 years: the 785 years from its foundation to the start of the Third Millennium.

The individuals portrayed here pursued this commitment in extraordinarily diverse ways.

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Vatican Council II: The Basic Sixteen Documents
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The Church's twenty-one ecumenical councils have been crucial to its understanding of its biblical heritage.

Their absorption into the day - to day practice of individual Christians has always taken time. And Vatican II has been no exception. Hence the importance of this completely revised translation of Vatican II's sixteen documents, without commentary or additional documentation, and in an inclusive language.

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Preaching Justice: Dominican Contributions to Social Ethics in the Twentieth Century
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Preface by: Gustavo Gutierrez OP

Focusses on the work for justice and the contribution to social ethics of the Dominican friars in the twentieth century, continuing on into the twenty-first.

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Dominicans in Africa: A History of the Dominican Friars in Sub Saharan Africa
€10.99 EUR

Dominicans have been in sub - Sahara Africa since the fifteenth century. Today, the Order has communities in a dozen African countries. The story is recounted here by many voices, the majority from Africa itself while the rest have had long associations with that continent.

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The Way of the Cross
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The Way of the Cross
€8.99 EUR
Illustrations by Maria Del Zamora


The Way of the Cross offers reflections on the fourteen traditional stopping-places or stations which mark out a path by which Christians may walk in the footsteps of Jesus, identifying themselves spiritually with him.

Included in part two is a resource for more leisurely reflection on each station providing scriptural texts, and it brings us into the company of saints and mystics who have travelled this path before us. 

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The Mysteries of Light: The New Rosary as Gospel Prayer
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The decision of Pope John Paul II to insert five new mysteries, the mysteries, makes the Rosary a prayer even more centred than before on Christ as revealed in the Scripture. The aim of The Mysteries of Light is to enable people to read aright the texts for these mysteries and thus to be able to pray them more fruitfully.

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Preaching Justice Volume II - Contributions of Dominican Sisters to Social Ethics in the Twentieth Century
€15.00 EUR €32.00 EUR

Preface by Mary McAleese

Preaching Justice II presents some of the key ways in which Dominican sisters have promoted justice and contributed to social ethics in the twentieth century, continuing on into the twenty-first.

It is a companion volume to Preaching Justice I, published in 2007, which focused on the work for justice and the contribution to social ethics of the Dominican friars over the same time period.

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A Pilgrimage of Faith
€6.99 EUR
A Pilgrimage of Faith
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The eighty-third successor to Saint Dominic offers letters and addresses to the Dominican Family, plus two conferences to priests.

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