IRELAND: The Future is Pro-Life
Fighting to restore a culture of life a year on
Alex hotel, Dublin 2 / https://www.thealexhotel.ie/find-us/
Saturday May 25, 2019
Cost: €30 (see link below to register)
(The conference is sponsored by Aid to the Church in Need)
09.30 Introduction and welcome – David Quinn
09.45 Maria Steen
Where we find ourselves as a pro-life community
10.30 Senator Rónán Mullen
Rebuilding the culture of life in the public square
11.15 Tea and coffee
11.45 Aid to the Church in Need
12.00 Niamh Uí Bhriain
Where does the pro-life community go from here
13.45 Emma O’Connell
Being pro-life means practically supporting a culture of life
14.30 Deputy Carol Nolan TD
Why we need to keep up the political pressure
15.15 Panel discussion with questions and answers
Moderated by David Quinn
To register for the conference click here.
This day is for families (adults) of people in addiction, including family members in recovery. It will focus on helping all members to understand addiction and how it impacts on a family. We will seek to explain how family members adopt coping mechanisms in order to absorb the impact of the addiction on the family and explore new ways of managing the addiction. Throughout the day there will be an emphasis on the spiritual dimension both to addiction and to the solutions.
Mick Devine MA is a therapist and has been an addiction treatment practitioner for over 20 years. He is the Clinical Director at a leading addiction treatment agency based in Cork. He has a particular interest in the role of the spirituality of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous in the treatment of addicted persons.
Numbers limited. Booking essential. Light lunch included.
The Wonders of Creation
The Miracle of Life. An Invitation to walk with God In self-Discovery within the Mystery of the Unfolding Universe.
The retreat will be a journey of exploration.
Who am I? Where did I come from?Where are we going? What is the meaning of Life?
The Evolutionary story of the Universe will be the context for the retreat as we explore together how the universe in all its manifold relationships, shows forth the inexhaustible richness of God
The journey from hurt to healing, freedom and peace.
Des Corrigan, SMA,
An opportunity to reflect on ways to deal with life’s hurts and disappointments,
so we can move forward and find peace and contentment
Experience the beauty of the ancient landscape of Ireland, touch its sacredness and stand in its richness and solitude; be present,
mindful, open, attentive…
Walk in the footsteps of the Celtic mystics and saints and allow their spirit of courage and trust give you strength and healing.
Hear the stories that shaped their lives and journeys. Listen to the music and songs that moved them to dream, fired their
passionate longings and brought them to stillness. Imagine and reflect by megalithic tombs and high crosses where they found
meaning, comfort and peace. Be silent on the sacred pathways that will give you space to awaken to the dreams and longings of your own heart. Enjoy relaxing times by the fire with a ‘drop of cheer’ as well as special evenings in the company of local
musicians, singers, dancers and storytellers.
Hilary Musgrave and Monica Brown will facilitate this 10 day pilgrimage that will take you to Glendalough, Newgrange, The Boyne Valley, The Hill of Slane, Jerpoint Abbey, St Brigid’s Centre Kildare Town, Kilkenny City and County Carlow, visiting ancient ruins and old burial sites, high crosses, holy wells, medieval cities and sacred places. Through music, song, story and myth, imagery and scripture – storytelling, Hilary and Monica will invite you to listen to your own story in this Celtic Landscape where you can come home to yourself and to your God.
Accompanying us on the journey through the Celtic Landscape will be Irish story tellers, Celtic singers, historians and Irish dancers.
Mary Minihan – Solas Bhride, Kildare,
Mary Teresa McCormack – Iontas, Co Tipperary,
Niamh Brennan – writer, Co Waterford,
Tony O’Dwyer – Co Wexford,
Stefan – Co Tipperary.