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A First Mass in Ireland NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 2, 2016 ... King, celebrated this past Sunday at St. Kevin's Church, Harrington Street, Dublin, Ireland which is home to the Latin Mass Chaplaincy for the Dublin Archdiocese. Our congratulations to Canon O'Connor, who is currently posted to the Institute's Apostolate located at Sacred Heart Church, The Crescent, in Limerick. (A reminder that Mr Briody has a large number of photos, of liturgies and other stuff , on his two flickr ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/B4Y1EzS_tg8/a-first-mass-in-ireland.html

The Pope May Have a Hard Time Distinguishing Friends From Enemies When He Visits Ireland (Comment) CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 2, 2016 Some things never change. It seems that if the Pope goes to Northern Ireland, as part of his prospective Irish visit then the Free Presbyterian Church will protest. This has happened before. When St John Paul II visited Britain in 1982, the Rev Ian Paisley protested, with the help of his friend Pastor Jack Glass. In 1988 when the saint visited the European Parliament, Paisley was on hand to denounce him as the anti-Christ. When Benedict XVI came to Britain, members of the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-pope-may-have-hard-time.html

Irish Priest Warns of Depression Among Overworked Clerics - What's True in Ireland Is True on This Side of the Atlantic WHERE THE RUBBER HITS THE ROAD - December 2, 2016 Irish priest warns of depression among overworked clerics National Catholic Reporterhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/oOuOI/~3/2769E_c5KGM/irish-priest-warns-of-depression-among.html

Association of Catholic Priests in Ireland Says Déarbhla Clarke Story Highlights Need to Examine Celibacy Issue CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 2, 2016 ... praised a woman for speaking publicly about her life as the child of a Catholic priest. The Association of Catholic Priests in Ireland said Déarbhla Clarke's story might "encourage others who may be in similar circumstances". In an exclusive interview with The Irish News Ms Clarke told the loving relationship she enjoyed with her father, Armagh-born Fr Arty McAnerney and said she believes he benefited from the "love of a child". The Drogheda woman (33) told her remarkable ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/association-of-catholic-priests-in_2.html

Gardaí Fear Evidence 'Compromised' After a Delay in Reporting Alleged Sex Assault CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 2, 2016 ... school has failed to clarify the reasons for this despite a series of queries from the Irish Independent. The boy was allegedly sexually assaulted in an incident involving a hockey stick in a dormitory of the school - which charges nearly €16,000-a-year for a seven-day boarder pupil. Specialist officers are expected to interview the eight suspended male pupils as part of an investigation being led by gardaí based in Lucan. However, sources revealed that gardaí were currently ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/gardai-fear-evidence-compromised-after.html

Payment for Denied Abortion 'Shows State Culpability CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 1, 2016 The offer of compensation to a woman, who successfully made a case to the United Nations about Ireland's abortion laws, is a recognition by the State that she was subjected to "cruel, inhuman and degrading" treatment because she was forced to travel to seek an abortion, the National Women's Council of Ireland (NCWI) has said. However, the NWCI also stated the Government needs to set a date for a referendum on the Eighth Amendment, instead of just continuing ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/payment-for-denied-abortion-shows-state.html

Saint Andrew's Night RECTA RATIO - November 30, 2016 The feast of Saint Andrew is one of the four saints' days commemorated in the messes of the British Army. Andrew is the patron of Scotland. Saint George (April 23rd) is the patron of England. Saint David (March 1st) is the patron of Wales. Saint Patrick, of course, is the patron of Ireland. Saint Andrew's Day is the only one of the four not in late-winter/early-spring. Artillerists, who havehttp://rectaratio.blogspot.com/2016_11_27_archive.html#4405462967867788042

Pope Francis Plans to Visit Ireland in 2018 NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER BLOGGERS FEED FROM EDWARD PENTIN - November 28, 2016 By Edward Pentin Pope Francis is very likely to visit Ireland in 2018 to coincide with the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, it emerged today after the Holy Father met in private audience Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny. Unlike recent...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/EdwardPentin/~3/-N9XtAFTVp8/pope-francis-plans-to-visit-ireland-in-2018

Arlene Foster Would Meet Pope Francis If He Visits the North CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 28, 2016 DUP First Minister Arlene Foster has said she would meet Pope Francis were he to visit Northern Ireland in 2018 as a head of state. Meanwhile, Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness of Sinn Féin said he was in no doubt the pope would cross the Border during his trip. Ms Foster's spokesman said "any potential visit to Northern Ireland by the pope is a matter for the foreign and commonwealth office in London". "Were the pope to visit ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/arlene-foster-would-meet-pope-francis.html

Pope Francis Confirms He Will Visit Ireland in 2018 CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 28, 2016 The Pope has confirmed he will visit Ireland in 2018. After arriving in the city state today, Mr Kenny wasted no time in issuing a formal invitation for Pope Francis to travel here. Mr Kenny and his wife Fionnuala arrived at the Vatican shortly before 10am and were greeted by the Swiss Guard. The meeting with the Pope lasted just under half an hour. The two men discussed a range of issues including migration. As they left the meeting, Fionnuala said to the Pope: ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/pope-francis-confirms-he-will-visit.html

Archbishop of Dublin Comments on Taoiseach's Meeting With Pope Francis CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 28, 2016 Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said he was very pleased to hear that Pope Francis told Taoiseach Enda Kenny this morning that he hopes to visit Ireland for a short visit for the World Meeting of Families in 2018. He said it confirms the importance of the World Meeting for the Church in Ireland and around the world. Preparations for the World Meeting are already underway. Archbishop Martin is on his way to Rome this afternoon (Monday) to meet with Cardinal ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/archbishop-of-dublin-comments-on.html

Minister Coveney Visits New 'Respond!' Facility in Waterford CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 28, 2016 ... independently. It acts as a community centre for the wider area, and is home to the Waterford branch of Down Syndrome Ireland, the Cuidiú mother and toddler group, the Hub café and an artist in residence. Respond! College will run a Certificate in Housing Practice and a major award course in Health Service Skills and other educational courses for residents and the wider community this coming term. Albert Perris, Chief Executive Officer of Respond Support, said: ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/minister-coveney-visits-new-respond.html

Retired Solicitor to Set Up LGBT Support Group in Presbyterian Church CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 27, 2016 ... inclusion." Looking to other churches, he said groups "such Changing Attitude Ireland and Accepting Sexuality have been working for the inclusion of people in the Church of Ireland and the Irish Methodist Church with considerable success". They also provided "a safe space for a wide range of people including LGB&T people, their families and friends, laypeople and clergy, to have those conversations surrounding the subject of sexuality and gender diversity ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/retired-solicitor-to-set-up-lgbt.html

CofI Questions If Public Vote Appropriate to Resolve Abortion Issue CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 27, 2016 The Church of Ireland has questioned whether a referendum is an appropriate vehicle to deal with morally complex issues such as abortion. In a statement, it has repeated its view "that abortion should be confined to situations of strict and undeniable medical necessity". The church's standing committee recalled how, since the 1983 abortion referendum, it has publicly questioned "the wisdom of addressing such complex moral problems by means of amendments to the Constitution". ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/cofi-questions-if-public-vote.html

Pope Francis' Visit to Clare a Possibility CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 27, 2016 A request from the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference is expected to see Pope Francis come to Ireland in two years time for the World Family Meeting which takes place in Dublin. Irish Cardinal Kevin Farrell, newly appointed head of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, has confirmed that it is the Pope's intention to make a two day trip to Ireland for the Family Meeting. Efforts are being made to ensure the two hundred and sixty sixth Pope stops in Co ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/pope-francis-visit-to-clare-possibility.html

Archbishop Eamon Martin Officially Opens New Irish Missionary Seminary CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 27, 2016 Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, has opened a new Irish missionary seminary, the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Dundalk, Co Louth, in the Archdiocese of Armagh. There are currently sixteen seminarians studying for the priesthood in the seminary and the young men come from eight countries: Croatia, England, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Scotland, Spain and the USA. The seminarians receive their formation in Dundalk and travel ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/archbishop-eamon-martin-officially.html

Former Irish President Wants to Use Canon Law to Change the Church CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 27, 2016 ... from homelessness by charity Daisyhouse and who is now studying journalism. Former President McAleese was interviewed on stage by Claire Byrne, who asked what outcome she wants from her religious studies. Most practitioners of canon law end up annulling marriages, Mrs McAleese said, explaining that she doesn't want to do that. advertisement As the only married person in her class, nobody ever asked her a question, she said, claiming they have an "unhealthy interest in bad marriages". Instead, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/former-irish-president-wants-to-use.html

Church Leaders Reject Claim of Priests' Pension Time Bomb CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 26, 2016 ... have to be well-looked after." Killala's Bishop John Fleming similarly sought to quell misplaced concerns. "There's probably some drop here in revenue, but it's very slight at the moment and certainly it's not impacting on our care of sick and retired priests," he told this newspaper, adding that "we certainly would have the care of sick and retired priests as a priority going into the future. That is very important." Bishop Denis Nulty, who is a member of the Council for Clergy of the Irish ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/church-leaders-reject-claim-of-priests.html

Bishop Urges Govt to Address 'Impoverished Rural Ireland' CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 26, 2016 ... of rural Ireland" remains a big issue of concern for communities and he urged leaders to "try and make a preferential option for maintaining the quality of rural life even if it doesn't seem to make strict logical sense from the financial point of view". Forced to deal with the issue of priest shortages, just as in other Irish dioceses, Bishop Monahan said this had prompted conversations within his own diocese of this "hot on the heels of Garda stations, post offices, shops, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/bishop-urges-govt-to-address.html

British Public Supports Bakers in 'Gay Cake' Row, Poll Shows CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 26, 2016 ... the owners' Christian beliefs. The owners, Daniel and Amy McArthur, were taken to court for breaching equality laws and last month Belfast's appeal court upheld the legal ruling against them. However, the case could now be heard in the Supreme Court, the highest court in the UK, after Northern Ireland's Attorney General John Larkin said he intends to refer the case to it. The survey also revealed showed support for a Muslim printer's freedom to choose not to print a cartoon of ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/british-public-supports-bakers-in-gay.html

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