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Fr. McManus’ Partitioned Parish and Partitioned Country

Posted By: April 01, 2020

Slavishly following Boris Johnson’s incompetent government does not serve us well

Posted By: April 01, 2020

Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, April 1, 2020The hypocrisy and incompetence and dishonesty of this British government is wondrous to behold.There they are, with Johnson in the lead, applauding NHS staff for their efforts, with a slogan Protect the NHS [National Health Service]. The same people cut funding for nurse training, cut NHS nursing staff, leaving a shortage […]

Suzanne Heller, LAOH Allegheny County FFAI and I&L Chair, on Fr. McManus’ Memoirs: My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland

Posted By: April 01, 2020

  Sisters and Brothers: Just wanted to inform you that I finished the above-cited book yesterday and although I profess to know about the Northern Ireland struggles, Fr. Sean taught me A LOT!  I highly encourage you to purchase his book for insight into what we as sisters and brothers are fighting for in Northern […]

LIVING IN CHRIST. FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT: TODAY IN FOCUS

Posted By: March 29, 2020

Let’s pray for each other, for our brothers and sisters in other parts of the world, for all those affected by the virus, and for those working for healing and solutions.At this grave moment, Living with Christ is providing FREE resources in digital format to help families and individuals in their prayer life—http://www.livingwithchrist.us/e-ressource/Please spread this bit of good news with everyone you […]

Brother Richard’s Words of Hope in Times of Worry and the Coronavirus

Posted By: March 22, 2020

  A Capuchin Franciscan Brother Richard Hendrick’s poem “Lockdown” has gone viral. Brother Richard Hendrick is a Capuchin Franciscan living in Ireland Yes, there is fear, but there does not need to be hate. Yes, there is isolation, but there does not have to be loneliness. Yes, there is sickness, but there does not have […]

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