Faithcast

Faithcast is the weekly podcast from catholicnews.ie, the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference.

Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews and news from the Catholic Church in Ireland.

Faithcast

November 21, 2019
64: Faithcast - episode 64
Faithcast is the weekly faith podcast from www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) , the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. Episode 64 of Faithcast features and interview with Pamela McLoughlin from Veritas taking a look back at their 50th year in publishing and highlighting current and upcoming titles.    The faith news this week features the launch of Trócaire’s ‘Christmas Gifts of Love’ range for 2019 to support families overseas affected by long-term poverty; Pope Francis’ visit to Thailand and Japan; a new Council of Priests for the Diocese of Clogher; and the Bishops’ Conference online interactive Advent Calendar for 2019.  You can get this podcast directly to your phone by subscribing to the RSS feed or to the iTunes link here. For more on these stories please see www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) . All queries relating to the podcast should be directed to bdrumm@catholicbishops.ie. ENDS
November 14, 2019
63: Faithcast - episode 63
Faithcast is the weekly faith podcast from www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) , the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. Episode 63 of Faithcast features an interview with Cliona Sharkey, Policy Advisor on climate change with Trócaire.    The faith news this week features Archbishop Eamon Martin’s comments at the Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth conferring ceremony for 2019; Pope Francis’ message for World Day of the Poor on Sunday 17 November; Bishop Dermot Farrell’s pastoral letter ‘Our Living Church’; the meeting between Pope Francis and Archbishop Welby; and, Sister Patricia Murray’s appointment as consultor to the Pontifical Council for Culture.  You can get this podcast directly to your phone by subscribing to the RSS feed or to the iTunes link here. For more on these stories please see www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) . All queries relating to the podcast should be directed to bdrumm@catholicbishops.ie. ENDS [Pic shows Maria Lyson and her baby in Masunduko, Chikwawa, Southern Malawi as they recover from the impact of Cyclone Idai.  Her village is one of five that are now accessing safe water thanks to a solar powered pump providing water to nine hundred households.  Trócaire staff have been working on the project providing expertise in water management.  Photo: Alan Whelan/Trócaire.]
October 30, 2019
62: Faithcast - episode 62
Faithcast is the weekly faith podcast from www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) , the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. Episode 62 of Faithcast features and interview with Father Vincent Sherlock, a priest of the Diocese of Achonry, on his new book Telling the Rosary.    The faith news this week features Archbishop Eamon Martin’s statement on human trafficking in light of the discovery of human remains in a refrigerated container in Essex last week; Pope Francis’ appointment of Monsignor Patrick Delargy and Monsignor Joseph Glover as ‘Chaplains to His Holiness’; a name change for the Vatican archives; and, Monsignor Liam Kelly’s comments on recent acts of violence in his diocese and how these acts demean us all.  You can get this podcast directly to your phone by subscribing to the RSS feed or to the iTunes link here. For more on these stories please see www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) . All queries relating to the podcast should be directed to bdrumm@catholicbishops.ie. ENDS
October 24, 2019
61: Faithcast - episode 61
Faithcast is the weekly faith podcast from www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) , the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. Episode 61 of Faithcast features an interview with Reverend Professor Michael Mullaney, President of Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth about their 225th anniversary celebrations this year.    The faith news this week features the statement from the Catholic Bishops of Northern Ireland on the introduction of the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation Act); a new book from Pope Francis on the role of prayer in the Christian life; Bishop Denis Brennan’s tribute to the late Father Paul Byrne OMI; and, Trócaire’s exhibition on the ‘Face of Resistance’ taking place in Dublin.  You can get this podcast directly to your phone by subscribing to the RSS feed or to the iTunes link here. For more on these stories please see www.catholicnews.ie (http://www.catholicnews.ie/) . All queries relating to the podcast should be directed to bdrumm@catholicbishops.ie. ENDS Update Description (https://audioboom.com/posts/7392472-faithcast-podcast-episode-59/edit)

Come and See Inspirations

Come & See Inspirations is a podcasting team based out of Ardagh in West Limerick, Ireland.

Our podcasts are based around the weekly radio programme SacredSpace102fm, and includes our weekly radio programmes, as well as other recordings and inspirational talks.

Come & See Inspirations

November 16, 2019
Reflections on the Mass with Fr Frank Duhig - Part 1 - 17th November 2019 (Programme excerpt)

This week Fr Frank Duhig shares his reflections on various parts of the Mass in the first of two programmes, He reminds us of the words of Jesus when he said ' Go therefore in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teach them all I have told you and know that I am with you always to the end of time', At each Mass Jesus fulfills this promise - to be with us always. Fr Frank leads us through from the start of each Mass, In the name of the father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit though to the Penitential Rite, the Gloria and concludes this week's reflections on the Liturgy of the Word. 



November 16, 2019
SacredSpace102fm - Reflecting on the Mass with Fr Frank Duhig (Part 1) - 17 November 2019

This week Fr Frank Duhig shares his reflections on various parts of the Mass in the first of two programmes, He reminds us of the words of Jesus when he said ' Go therefore in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teach them all I have told you and know that I am with you always to the end of time', At each Mass Jesus fulfills this promise - to be with us always. Fr Frank leads us through from the start of each Mass, In the name of the father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit though to the Penitential Rite, the Gloria and concludes this week's reflections on the Liturgy of the Word. 



November 9, 2019
Fr Dan Carroll - Reflecting on the Salesian centenary in Ireland 1919 - 2019 (Programme excerpt)

On this weeks programme Fr Dan Carroll joins John and Shane to share about the Salesian order founded by St John Bosco which is celebrating its centenary in Ireland in 2019. The Salesians came to Ireland in 1919, on the invitation of Dr Louis Hallinan, the Bishop of Limerick. On the feast day of the Immaculate Conception, 8th December 1919, four Salesians, led by Fr Sutherland, arrived in Copsewood House, Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick. They opened an Agricultural College, the first foundation of the Salesians in Ireland. Fr Dan takes us through who Don Bosco was, and the history and current ministries of the Salesians in Ireland as they mark this important milestone in their history but also look to the future. 



November 9, 2019
SacredSpace102fm - 10 November 2019 - Marking the centenary of the Salesians in Ireland

On this weeks programme Fr Dan Carroll joins John and Shane to share about the Salesian order founded by St John Bosco which is celebrating its centenary in Ireland in 2019. The Salesians came to Ireland in 1919, on the invitation of Dr Louis Hallinan, the Bishop of Limerick. On the feast day of the Immaculate Conception, 8th December 1919, four Salesians, led by Fr Sutherland, arrived in Copsewood House, Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick. They opened an Agricultural College, the first foundation of the Salesians in Ireland. Fr Dan takes us through who Don Bosco was, and the history and current ministries of the Salesians in Ireland as they mark this important milestone in their history but also look to the future. 

In addition we have our regular saints of the week and our reflection on this weeks Sunday gospel.



November 2, 2019
SacredSpace102fm - 3 November 2019 - IIPS Programme of Formation for Lay Pastoral Ministry and Leadership

On this weeks programme John and Shane are joined by Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon from the Irish Institute for Pastoral Studies to talk to us about the Programme for Pastoral Lay Ministry which the IIPS is helping to facilitate.We have our regular notices and saints of the week as well as a brief reflection on this weeks Sunday gospel.

This training programme is designed and developed as an initiative across the Dioceses of the Cashel Province in association with the Irish Institute for Pastoral Studies at MIC Thurles. It provides training for those who are interested in working as volunteer catechists or lay pastoral workers at parish and pastoral unit level by developing a programme with rich academic content and pastoral skills while at the same time promoting the personal and spiritual development of the participants with an awareness of the cultural context in which participants will minister. The programme is both practical and theoretical and is grounded in pastoral spirituality.

The programme runs for 30 months. The programme normally runs one weekend per month (Friday evening and all-day Saturday for 8 months per annum). After an initial six month period of discernment the candidate enrols in a credited Certificate in Pastoral Ministry awarded by Mary Immaculate College.

Information evening in Newcastle West at the Longcourt Hotel at 7.30pm Wednesday 27th November.



November 2, 2019
Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon - A Programme of Formation for Pastoral Lay Ministry and Leadership - 3 November 2019 (Programme Excerpt)

On this weeks programme John and Shane are joined by Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon from the Irish Institute for Pastoral Studies to talk to us about the Programme for Pastoral Lay Ministry which the IIPS is helping to facilitatel.

This training programme is designed and developed as an initiative across the Dioceses of the Cashel Province in association with the Irish Institute for Pastoral Studies at MIC Thurles. It provides training for those who are interested in working as volunteer catechists or lay pastoral workers at parish and pastoral unit level by developing a programme with rich academic content and pastoral skills while at the same time promoting the personal and spiritual development of the participants with an awareness of the cultural context in which participants will minister. The programme is both practical and theoretical and is grounded in pastoral spirituality.

The programme runs for 30 months. The programme normally runs one weekend per month (Friday evening and all-day Saturday for 8 months per annum). After an initial six month period of discernment the candidate enrols in a credited Certificate in Pastoral Ministry awarded by Mary Immaculate College.

Information evening in Newcastle West at the Longcourt Hotel at 7.30pm Wednesday 27th November.