Spirituality Dominican Publications Dublin

Spirituality

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Spirituality is a subscription journal that sets out to offer insights to its readers: on the Bible and the Liturgy, the ‘authentic sources of Christian spirituality,’ (Vatican II); on the teachings of the great Christian mystics and theologians on the spiritual life and prayer; on the spiritual experience of saintly Christian men and women, now and in the past.

 

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Details Coming Up in Spirituality, September/ October 2021      ‘The Certainty of Being Loved’ - FREE READ (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD) Frank Regan The Biblical phrase, ‘wars and rumours of wars’ has perhaps never been so topical as recent events in Afghanistan have reminded us. Tension between the two great faiths, Christianity and Islam resulted in the killing of 19 people during the 1990s in north Africa. Among them was Dominican friar and bishop, Pierre Claverie killed, together with his Islamic driver. The 19 martyrs were beatified in 2018. Frank Regan reviews a book on Pierre’s life and death.   The Heart of Pilgrimage David White Why go on pilgrimage? David White writes about the revival of an ancient Christian practice in Ireland.   Wrestling with God Eileen O’Connell OP Eileen O’Connell concludes her presentation of Jonah’s wrestling with God and suggests questions for contemporary living.   The Ignatian Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life Eoin Garrett St Ignatius Loyola’s influence on the Church has been enormous over the past five centuries, and it continues. Eoin Garrett outlines the positive influence of the Spiritual Exercises on everyday life.   Lockdown Trinity Mark Patrick Hederman osb The Benedictine Abbey of Glenstal in county Limerick has become a centre of spirituality for monks and visitors like. Mark Patrick Hederman reflects on the experience of lockdown enlisting the help of contemporary art in the monastic church.   Just Wait! Mary Bridget Judge Has our ability to wait weakened, or perhaps it has been largely lost as we are told we can have everything now? We are part of the ‘now’ generation. Mary Bridget Judge pleads for a return to waiting as being more healthy and satisfying in life.   Paul’s Word of Hope Wilfrid Harrington op The word ‘hope’ is widely used today but it means different things to different people. Wilfrid Harrington in a review of Bonnie Thurston’s book on Romans 8 reflects on St Paul’s classic teaching in his letter to the Romans.

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Coming Up in Spirituality, September/ October 2021

    

‘The Certainty of Being Loved’ - FREE READ (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD)

Frank Regan

The Biblical phrase, ‘wars and rumours of wars’ has perhaps never been so topical as recent events in Afghanistan have reminded us. Tension between the two great faiths, Christianity and Islam resulted in the killing of 19 people during the 1990s in north Africa. Among them was Dominican friar and bishop, Pierre Claverie killed, together with his Islamic driver. The 19 martyrs were beatified in 2018. Frank Regan reviews a book on Pierre’s life and death.

 

The Heart of Pilgrimage

David White

Why go on pilgrimage? David White writes about the revival of an ancient Christian practice in Ireland.

 

Wrestling with God

Eileen O’Connell OP

Eileen O’Connell concludes her presentation of Jonah’s wrestling with God and suggests questions for contemporary living.

 

The Ignatian Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life

Eoin Garrett

St Ignatius Loyola’s influence on the Church has been enormous over the past five centuries, and it continues. Eoin Garrett outlines the positive influence of the Spiritual Exercises on everyday life.

 

Lockdown Trinity

Mark Patrick Hederman osb

The Benedictine Abbey of Glenstal in county Limerick has become a centre of spirituality for monks and visitors like. Mark Patrick Hederman reflects on the experience of lockdown enlisting the help of contemporary art in the monastic church.

 

Just Wait!

Mary Bridget Judge

Has our ability to wait weakened, or perhaps it has been largely lost as we are told we can have everything now? We are part of the ‘now’ generation. Mary Bridget Judge pleads for a return to waiting as being more healthy and satisfying in life.

 

Paul’s Word of Hope

Wilfrid Harrington op

The word ‘hope’ is widely used today but it means different things to different people. Wilfrid Harrington in a review of Bonnie Thurston’s book on Romans 8 reflects on St Paul’s classic teaching in his letter to the Romans.

Details

Coming Up in Spirituality, September/ October 2021

    

‘The Certainty of Being Loved’ - FREE READ (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD)

Frank Regan

The Biblical phrase, ‘wars and rumours of wars’ has perhaps never been so topical as recent events in Afghanistan have reminded us. Tension between the two great faiths, Christianity and Islam resulted in the killing of 19 people during the 1990s in north Africa. Among them was Dominican friar and bishop, Pierre Claverie killed, together with his Islamic driver. The 19 martyrs were beatified in 2018. Frank Regan reviews a book on Pierre’s life and death.

 

The Heart of Pilgrimage

David White

Why go on pilgrimage? David White writes about the revival of an ancient Christian practice in Ireland.

 

Wrestling with God

Eileen O’Connell OP

Eileen O’Connell concludes her presentation of Jonah’s wrestling with God and suggests questions for contemporary living.

 

The Ignatian Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life

Eoin Garrett

St Ignatius Loyola’s influence on the Church has been enormous over the past five centuries, and it continues. Eoin Garrett outlines the positive influence of the Spiritual Exercises on everyday life.

 

Lockdown Trinity

Mark Patrick Hederman osb

The Benedictine Abbey of Glenstal in county Limerick has become a centre of spirituality for monks and visitors like. Mark Patrick Hederman reflects on the experience of lockdown enlisting the help of contemporary art in the monastic church.

 

Just Wait!

Mary Bridget Judge

Has our ability to wait weakened, or perhaps it has been largely lost as we are told we can have everything now? We are part of the ‘now’ generation. Mary Bridget Judge pleads for a return to waiting as being more healthy and satisfying in life.

 

Paul’s Word of Hope

Wilfrid Harrington op

The word ‘hope’ is widely used today but it means different things to different people. Wilfrid Harrington in a review of Bonnie Thurston’s book on Romans 8 reflects on St Paul’s classic teaching in his letter to the Romans.

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