Jesus' tomb with light shining out.

Happy Easter

Dear Friends, I hope this message finds you safe and well. The occasion of the celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord challenges us again, in ways we never expected these days, to be messengers of hope and new life. Very often we share with our congregations that these charities begin at home but never […]

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Good Friday

For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathise with our weakness, but we have one who in every respect has been tested as we are, yet without sin. Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with boldness, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in […]

Covid 19 Update

Regarding the outbreak of COVID 19 virus, the Augustinians are following the guidance given by the HSE/Government in preventing the spread of the virus. We encourage you to visit the HSE website for ongoing information and updates. The link for which is below. Augustinian communities in your locality will keep you informed in the usual […]

The Christmas tree and altar of Meath Street Church, Dublin.

Happy Christmas

Awake, my people! For your sake God has become one of us. Awake, you who sleep, rise up from the dead, Christ will enlighten you. I tell you again: for your sake, God became human. + Augustine. Image from our beautiful Church, St. Catherine’s, in Meath Street ready to celebrate the birth of Christ. Christmas […]

Two people sitting and laughing at a table.

The Week in Review

It has been an energising week of input, discussion and debate! On Wednesday we explored the Church’s future direction with the Lay Form in Dungarvan. Then two days before that, on Monday, we had some great input from Dermot McCarthy, who delved deeper into his recent article in the Furrow magazine, on the Church and […]