By Sheila Lucey SSC
In December 1917 Fr. John Blowick , co-founder of the Maynooth Mission to China (Society of St Columban), spoke of the urgent need for women collaborators in the new missionary venture in China. This appeal found a ready response in the hearts of many women, one of whom was Lady Frances Moloney who later became Mother Mary Patrick.
This is a story that spans the passing of the British colonial era, touches on the place of the Anglo - Irish in history, and traces the life of a family that was immersed in that changing world. It is a story of courage, conviction and single mindedness.
By + Archbishop Richard Clarke ‘Prepare yourself to be taken on an unexpected journey! The image of Christ shouldering a lamb is familiar and much loved by many. Archbishop Richard brings a unique combination of pastoral and literary insights to these...
By Desmond O'Donnell Gospel Conversations is a collection of imaginary exchanges between various characters from the New Testament. The aim of the book is to enable the reader to engage more fully with the people who were influential in the...