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Reflection Day on Amoris Laetitia Kimmage Manor 23rd August 2017

In preparation for the World Meeting of Families, to be held in Ireland in August 2018, The Office for Spiritan Life & Identity organised an initial study of Pope Francis’s Amoris Laetitia, the post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation on love in the family. Introducing the document, Brian O'Toole C.S.Sp. outlined the content...

Education in Moçambique

Theory and practice Early on a bright Monday morning in downtown Beira, Moçambique's second largest city and largest port, school-age children are washing fruit. They stand beneath the shadow of a statue of the late Samora Machel...

A Glance Back

We priests seldom speak about the years that we spent 'doing theology'. There were those learned tracts on 'Grace' and 'The Trinity'. I remember saying to myself sometimes that 'I must get back to that when I have more time and when I am not preparing for an exam.' It did not happen like that.

Ministry in the Archives*

Margaret Bluett, Archives Assistant I am now in the third year of my “mission appointment” in Kimmage, in the Spiritan Mission Resource & Heritage Centre. Being the first lay person to work here and not having known my way around the Spiritans before-hand, I found myself on a steep learning curve into a unique history, culture, use of language and way of doing business.

Appointment of Co-ordinator of Spiritan Mission Animation Ireland

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Seán Goan (left) to the new role of Co-ordinator of Spiritan Mission Animation Ireland. Working for the last twenty-five years in Blackrock College, Seán has been a class teacher (Religion and Spanish), head of the Religion Department...