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Spirituality May/June 2017
‘I Am More of a Big Bead Man, Myself’
This month of May marks the centenary of the extraordinary events reported from Fatima in Portugal 1917. Ann Swailes writes on Our Lady’s place in the Church’s tradition with specific emphasis on the Rosary.
Felix and Elizabeth Leseur
Jennifer Moorcroft and Jennifer MacNeil
One of the great helps to those who are struggling to live the values of the Gospel is the example of men and women who, by the grace of God have left an outstanding example of goodness. Jennifer Moorcroft presents the story of one-time atheist and Dominican friar, Felix Leseur, while Jennifer MacNeil tells how she was inspired by the writings of Felix’s wife, Elizabeth whose Cause for canonisation has been introduced.
Dominican Preaching through the Arts
Jordan O’Brien OP
The Gospel has over the centuries inspired the greatest of the world’s artists in music, painting, sculpture, literature. Jordan O’Brien introduces us to the life of Dominican Henry Flanagan whose work in stone, enamel and cast concrete is to be seen all over Ireland. His hope was that his work would continue to preach long after his death.
The issue of civil rights continues to be a burning issue in Northern Ireland even though there is now relative peace. Raymond Murray reflects on human rights lawyer Pat Finucane who was murdered in the presence of wife and family, with the collusion, it is claimed of agents of the British State.
The Disclosure of Jesus’ Presence in the Eucharist
The Second Vatican Council, through its liturgical reform has restored the ancient and rich understanding and form of celebrating the Eucharist. But many pine for the form immediately in place before the Council which is anything but traditional. Michael Marchal presents a challenging account of the two approaches.
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