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IRL : Home at Last — Bishop Casey Makes Final Journey CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 16, 2017 Bishop Eamon Casey, who will be laid to rest today (Thursday ) following his funeral Mass at Galway Cathedral at 2pm, was fondly remembered this week as a "great source of love and support" by his grieving family. The 89-year-old Kerry-born cleric, who passed away at a Co Clare nursing home on Monday afternoon following a battle with Alzheimer's disease, was particularly lauded for his readiness to be involved in family occasions and for his tireless humanitarian work. In ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/irl-home-at-last-bishop-casey-makes.html
Lent: Who Do You Say I Am? HAPPY CATHOLIC* - March 13, 2017 From a long ago insert I wrote for our church bulletin. Who Do You Say I Am? Filled with the holy Spirit, Jesus returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit into the desert for forty days, to be tempted by the devil. ... Luke, chapter 4 The common practice today is to measure the Bible against the so-called modern worldview, whose fundamental dogma is that God cannot act in history—that everything to do with God is to be ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/03/lent-who-do-you-say-i-am.html
Homily of Archbishop Michael Neary for the First Sunday of Lent CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 5, 2017 ... I speak for a moment on the news which emerged from the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Investigation on Friday morning. I was greatly shocked, as we all were, to learn of the extent of the numbers of children buried in the graveyard at the Mother and Baby Home in Tuam. I was made aware of the magnitude of this situation by media reporting and historical research. I am horrified and saddened to hear, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/homily-of-archbishop-michael-neary-for.html
The Age of Noise CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 10, 2017 ... to be engaged in the cultural and political affairs of our communities. We cannot shirk or opt out from that responsibility. But we are living at a moment of constant urgencies and crises, the "tyranny of the immediate," where reactions to the latest news unfold at a breakneck pace, often before much thought, reflection or consideration. We are living at a moment where argument precedes analysis, and outrage, or feigned outrage, has become an ordinary kind of virtue ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/y3Ln9EhvrMQ/the-age-of-noise