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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Watchmen Raise Their Voices: A Tallaght Book of Theology
€14.99 EUR

This collection of essays marks 150 years of study and reflection since the Dominican Priory in Tallaght was founded. There, indeed, friars, together with sisters, laity, and contemplative nuns, members of the family that is the Order of Preachers, explore the gospel that unites them in prayer and preaching.

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Sing a New Song
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Sing a New Song
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Sing a New Song was Timothy Radcliffe’s first book and not surprisingly sold out a number of times.

In this collection we taste the easy eloquence of a great writer and teacher. Radcliffe can mix an image of Jurassic Park with the symbolism of the Last Supper; he succeeds in outlining how human communities may be rebuilt on the foundation of truth, despite inevitable conflicts. These pages outline an exciting project for all who seek spiritual wellbeing, at individual and community levels.

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The Grace and Task of Preaching
€19.99 EUR

In this book, a sample of questions are addressed by a team of scholars from across the world including Timothy Radcliffe, Mary Catherine Hilkert, and Albert Nolan. These authors, skilled in biblical studies, theology and history, and personally committed to the duty and craft of preaching, help explore the implications of what the preacher attempts to do. 

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Strands from a Tapestry: A Story of Dominican Sisters in Latin America
€15.99 EUR

In 1967, three sisters from the then autonomous, semi - enclosed Taylor's Hill convent in Galway set out for Argentina to investigate the possibility of opening a mission there. This book tells the story of what resulted from that journey.

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Mother Margaret Hallahan - A Short Life
€9.99 EUR

Born at the dawn of the nineteenth century, Dominican Margaret Mary Hallahan enriched Catholic Church in England in the fields of education of the young and care of the infirm, in the years following Catholic Emancipation.  These pages provide evidence of Margaret's staunch faith as well as pointing to the energetic drive she brought to different ministries. 

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Cabra Dominicans and All That Jazz: A Story of Dominican Sisters in Louisiana
€16.00 EUR €22.99 EUR

This book tells the story of how a group of Irish Dominican sisters answered an urgent appeal in 1968 to teach in a school in New Orleans. Since that time sisters have set out courageously, often at short notice, to face the emerging challenges of different cultures, institutions, and systems.

Cabra Dominicans and All That Jazz celebrates the gifts of the Cabra Sisters and of the people to whom they minister in Louisiana. 

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Distance Becomes Communion
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Distance Becomes Communion
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A Dream of Fire - A Story About Dominic Guzman
€9.99 EUR

In this story, A Dream of Fire, Maeve McMahon imaginatively recreates for the younger generation, the life of Dominic Guzman, the Founder of the Order of Preachers.

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