Where do you live?

“Homeless Jesus” – a statue in GlasgowIt was a straightforward question enough.  So too, the answer: “Come and see”.They did and “spent the rest of that day with him”. No mention of where they went, what they did or who they met. But whatever all that entailed, it took the…

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Do I look old to you Seán?

There was a fine crowd at Mass today in Kilmovee.  Given the weather conditions and state of the roads, I had expected a small attendance.  Fair play to people for making the effort to mark the “Sunday in every week”. I hadn’t planned on speaking at all but plans don’t…

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Cohen @ 80 and courage …

I sat at Mass in Kilmovee this morning and listened to Seán Moran read the First Reading from Isaiah.  The opening line is so direct: “Seek the Lord while he may still be found” … I had a few words loosely prepared and they floated around somewhere in my head.…

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The Dawning of THE DAY

For the third year, we gathered on Easter Sunday Morning for a Dawn Mass in the grounds of Urlaur Abbey.  There was a fine gathering of people from the parish and beyond – some from Ballymote, Curry, Charlestown, Carracastle, Knock, Kiltimagh, Ballaghaderreen, Monasteraden and, I’m sure, other places.  It was…

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