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20th Divine Mercy Conference

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Please note in your Diaries that the 20th Divine Mercy Conference.

Church Services TV is delighted to announce it will be broadcasting this event live over its website for those who cannot make it in person.

February 19th-20th 2011
R.D.S. Dublin.
Saturday: 10am to 9pm
Sunday: 10am to 5.30pm
Doors open from 9am all day for registration.

The first International Conference of Divine Mercy was held in the R.D.S. 20years ago with the theme “Mercy Our Mission”. The theme and the speakers were the product of much prayer and discernment by a committee of men and women gathered together in Eucharistic adoration under the spiritual direction of Fr. Cathal Price.

The 20th Conference will include the following speakers.
Bishop Martin Igwe Uzoukwu
Sr Caterina Esselen
Fr. Cathal Price
Further details can be found http://blog.churchservices.tv/2011/02/17/divine-mercy-apostolate-conference-2011/


Recording Request for Armagh Cathedral

Monday, January 24th, 2011

Hello, my name is J_ and my grandfather was buried in Armagh Cathedral on **nd **** 2011 at 12pm. I myself was present at the service, however, several of my cousins were abroad in Australia and were able to watch the service online due to the fantastic service provided by this website! For this, i commend and thank you for making this possible.
Since then, others members of my family have asked is it possible for them to see the service again for example via replay or by dvd? I understand the website provides a live stream but i was wondering are any of the services able to be replayed or available on dvd?
I would be very grateful if you could assist me in this matter.
Thank you
J_

Dear J_

My condolences on the death of your Grandfather. As you are stated above the current services on the web site are for Live streaming of church services only. We are currently developing the software and technology to allow the recoding of these services but unfortunately this will not be available for Armagh Cathedral until later in the Spring.

Kind Regards

Maria

So what is it like to be a Red Nun?

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Red Nuns: The Redemptoristine Sisters Dublin Ireland

Our Monastic Day – taken from the Red Nuns website http://www.rednuns.com/about/our-monastic-day/
Our day begins at approximately 6.30 a.m. Meditation at 7 a.m in the chapel. Morning prayer at 7.30 a.m.

After morning prayer we have breakfast in silence, get a short walk in, and then Little Hour from the Divine Office in the chapel.
At 8.30 each sister will go to wherever she is working. Sisters work in the altar breads, the sacristy, the laundry, the kitchen, the Retreat and Faith Centre, the infirmary, and many other jobs are done around the house. At 10.30 sisters avail of soup, tea or coffee for a snack.

At 10.50 a.m the younger/newer sisters meet Sr. Gabrielle for lecture until 11.50 a.m. We read and discuss various subject pertinent to our life. At 12 noon we pray the Office of Readings from the Divine Office and the Angelus.
12.30 is dinner time and dinner is in silence everyday except Thursdays and Sundays, Feast days and other special days. We make a thanksgiving visit to the Blessed Sacrament after dinner. During the next hour we have a half hour meditation and a half hour spiritual reading usually in your room or outside weather permitting.

Between 2 p.m -3 p.m if a sister has study to do, they do it during this time. Each sister would be occupied in completing an earlier task or studying. At 3 p.m we have another Little Hour from the Divine Office. At this time we pray in a special way for the dead by ringing the bell 33 times symbolizing the years our Lord lived.

3.25 p.m snack time in the refectory. For the next hour we study, gets the supper ready, prepare for Mass, and look after the Retreat Centre. At 4.50 p.m – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and meditation, 5.20 p.m Evening Prayer, and Mass at 5.45 p.m.

The public join us on http://www.churchservices.tv/live/Redemptoristine for meditation, Evening Prayer and Mass. Supper is at 6.30 p.m. We always have recreation at supper. After super we say Night Prayer which is about 7.45 – 8 p.m. We would have recreation for an hour – during the summer, outside for a walk, on the bikes or a game of scrabble indoors. We watch the news a couple of evenings a week. The Great silence begins at 10pm.

As the cold weather continues…..

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

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