Paris Marathon, Sunday 14th April 2019 Ronan Barry, Identity, Faith and Mission Office, SET

A team of four, comprising Ronan Barry (SET), Adam Puszczewicz  (Willow Park / Blackrock College, James Keating (Rockwell College) and Fr. Calvin Massawe (French Province) will take part in this year’s Paris Marathon. The team’s fundraising efforts are for Barpello High School (BHS) in the drought- and famine-prone East Pokot region of Kenya which has a Spiritan presence since 1980.

Address* of Welcome to the Spiritan Education Trust (SET) Annual Seminar January 2019

Thar ceann SET, fáilte romhaibh go dtí ár gcomhdháil bhliantúil. Tá lúcháir orm go bhfuil an oiread seo daoine anseo linn inniu. Mar ghrúpa de cheannairí scoile le luachanna coitianta, is feidir linn úsáid a bhaint as an ocáid sea chun foghlaim óna chéile. Mo bhuíochas le gach éinne a roghnaigh a bheith rannpháirteach linn; tá súil agam go mbainfidh sibh taitneamh agus tairbhe as na laethanta seo.

Congratulations to Archbishop Kwofie of Accra, Ghana ~ 31st January 2019

The Spiritan Superior General, Fr. John Fogarty C.S.Sp., has sent a message of congratulations to Bishop John Bonaventure Kwofie C.S.Sp (pictured) who was recently appointed the new Metropolitan Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Accra, Ghana.

Homily at broadcast Mass on RTÉ - Sunday, 13th January 2019 - Paddy Moran C.S.Sp.

In my life it was a great privilege to work as a missionary in Ethiopia for eleven years. I ministered in a prison for six of those years. One of the projects that we started was a way for prisoners to express themselves through painting. It was always a great joy to watch the artists at work and a privilege to see that through their art they engaged with their prison world. Art also allowed them to engage with issues outside the prison. Migration was one such issue.

5th January 2019 Two Spiritans, ordained in the 1950s, share a birthday!

Last year the Spiritans (Holy Ghost Missions) held Mission Appeals throughout the Diocese of Cashel & Emly, and the Diocese of Tuam. Our thanks to all who generously supported our appeals.