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.
Sister Valery, a Dominican sister too, has weaved an impressive tapestry outlining the life and character of 'Mother Margaret', as she was widely known. These pages provide evidence of Margaret's staunch faith as well as pointing to the energetic drive she brought to different ministries.
The Glenstal Companion to the Easter Vigil is divided into two parts. The first part provides an introduction to the different elements of the vigil: The...
Flor McCarthy’s Funeral Liturgies met with great acclaim as it filled a distinct need when it was first published in 1994. Over the...
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