Professor Desmond O’Neill is a consultant physician in geriatric and stroke medicine. On Friday 15th June at IEC2012 he delivered a talk under the title ‘The Communion of the Sick and Dying’.
Fr Thomas Rosica, founding CEO of Salt and Light Television, Canada’s first national Catholic Television Network is joined by Sebastian Gomes who joined Salt and Light TV earlier this year.
Fr Peter McVerry reflects on how Jesus came to bring good news to the poor and the need for the poor today to experience the God of compassion in the caring and sharing of the Christian community.
Share the Good News is the title of the ten year plan for the revitalisation of the Irish Church. It took six years of consultation to compose the plan before it was approved by Rome. This workshop explores various aspects of Share the Good News.
This sensory rich installation was one of the highlights of IEC2012 for many pilgrims- it transports visitors to Capernaum, the village on the shores of the Sea of Galilee where Jesus lived during His public ministry.
Ian Elliott, CEO of the NBSCCC, discusses how a ‘one church’ approach to safeguarding was fundamental to the development of the NBSCCC and how their ‘Standards’ document serves as the template for all church bodies in Ireland.
A number of volunteers share why they were inspired to serve at the International Eucharistic Congress and offer encouragement to those thinking of joining up. Applications close on March 17th.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this concluding part, Fr Drumm reflects on Communion.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this part, Fr Drumm reflects on the Table of Word.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this part, Fr Drumm reflects on how God calls us together.
Ian Elliott, CEO of the National Board for the Safeguarding of Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland discusses the seven Safeguarding Review Reports on 5th September 2012.