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. *Annual Subscription - 6 Issues per year**


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Details Coming Up in Spirituality, January/February Spirituality Contents January/February 2023 In this Issue...Human life is one of the major issues of contemporary life and one of the most debated. It raises the question of the duration of life. Anne Marie Lee, a public health nurse, relates her experience of dealing with the issue in her professional career. The never-ending interest in the lives of other people is part of what it is to be human. Mike Ford relates the story of one of Ireland’s first and best-known media exports to Britain, Eamon Andrews. Having worked with the broadcaster on What’s My Line?, the writer speaks from his personal experience of a man of faith. It is a truism to say that Europe, once identified with Christianity, is shedding its historic faith past. Hilda Geraghty, having keenly experience this change, discovered new hope and faith through the writings of Teilhard de Chardin. As our world continues to experience wars, revolutions, famine – all man-made – two writers keep before us the imperative of working for justice as part of gospel values. Albert Nolan inspired a generation to work with others of goodwill against the injustice of apartheid in South Africa. Jacqueline Minnock tells the story of an American sister who paid the ultimate price for working for justice in Latin America. The early Christian writer Tertullian, famously wrote ‘The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.’ The Second World War saw the death of many martyrs, among them the Carmelite Titus Brandsma.  Benedict Fee tells the story of the mystic on the train. ‘Give yourself up entirely to the present moment, the infancy of your life, the new beginning.’ Focusing on the breath Donagh O’Shea offers gentle advice to those who wish to develop the practice of meditation.

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Coming Up in Spirituality, January/February


Spirituality Contents January/February 2023

In this Issue...Human life is one of the major issues of contemporary life and one of the most debated. It raises the question of the duration of life. Anne Marie Lee, a public health nurse, relates her experience of dealing with the issue in her professional career.

The never-ending interest in the lives of other people is part of what it is to be human. Mike Ford relates the story of one of Ireland’s first and best-known media exports to Britain, Eamon Andrews. Having worked with the broadcaster on What’s My Line?, the writer speaks from his personal experience of a man of faith.

It is a truism to say that Europe, once identified with Christianity, is shedding its historic faith past. Hilda Geraghty, having keenly experience this change, discovered new hope and faith through the writings of Teilhard de Chardin.

As our world continues to experience wars, revolutions, famine – all man-made – two writers keep before us the imperative of working for justice as part of gospel values. Albert Nolan inspired a generation to work with others of goodwill against the injustice of apartheid in South Africa. Jacqueline Minnock tells the story of an American sister who paid the ultimate price for working for justice in Latin America.

The early Christian writer Tertullian, famously wrote ‘The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.’ The Second World War saw the death of many martyrs, among them the Carmelite Titus Brandsma.  Benedict Fee tells the story of the mystic on the train.

‘Give yourself up entirely to the present moment, the infancy of your life, the new beginning.’ Focusing on the breath Donagh O’Shea offers gentle advice to those who wish to develop the practice of meditation.

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Coming Up in Spirituality, January/February


Spirituality Contents January/February 2023

In this Issue...Human life is one of the major issues of contemporary life and one of the most debated. It raises the question of the duration of life. Anne Marie Lee, a public health nurse, relates her experience of dealing with the issue in her professional career.

The never-ending interest in the lives of other people is part of what it is to be human. Mike Ford relates the story of one of Ireland’s first and best-known media exports to Britain, Eamon Andrews. Having worked with the broadcaster on What’s My Line?, the writer speaks from his personal experience of a man of faith.

It is a truism to say that Europe, once identified with Christianity, is shedding its historic faith past. Hilda Geraghty, having keenly experience this change, discovered new hope and faith through the writings of Teilhard de Chardin.

As our world continues to experience wars, revolutions, famine – all man-made – two writers keep before us the imperative of working for justice as part of gospel values. Albert Nolan inspired a generation to work with others of goodwill against the injustice of apartheid in South Africa. Jacqueline Minnock tells the story of an American sister who paid the ultimate price for working for justice in Latin America.

The early Christian writer Tertullian, famously wrote ‘The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.’ The Second World War saw the death of many martyrs, among them the Carmelite Titus Brandsma.  Benedict Fee tells the story of the mystic on the train.

‘Give yourself up entirely to the present moment, the infancy of your life, the new beginning.’ Focusing on the breath Donagh O’Shea offers gentle advice to those who wish to develop the practice of meditation.

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