Up to 200 people attended the talk Light from the Life and Work of Martin Luther at Fitzroy Presbyterian Church by Fr Hubertus Blaumeiser, a German theologian last week. The congregation which listened in rapt silence, included Christians from many congregational backgrounds – Baptist, Pentecostal, Presbyterians, Church of Ireland, Methodist and Catholic.[more]
Love is an art, which is learnt in the family. It needs to be practiced and there is always room for improvement. It is also challenging, and makes great demands.
The Family Cube can help us to put into practice and learn the art of loving.
To mark 500 years since the Reformation you are invited to an evening of prayer, friendship and reflection with Lutheran scholar Rev. Dr. Hubertus Blaumeiser. The event is co-sponsored by: Corrymeela – Focolare Movement – Clonard-Fitzroy Fellowship[more]
That’s how the light gets in: summer gathering in Dungarvan will underline fraternity and finding meaning in suffering.[more]
Strong contingent from Ireland at Ecumenical Week in Rome. “These are the people who are cracking the ice of division, melting icebergs that have kept people separated a very long time,” says Rev. Ken Newall.[more]
“Family Matters”, hosted by the Focolare Movement, brought over 250 participants to Maynooth University for a family day on Saturday, 29th April 2017. A dynamic, interactive programme of interviews, panel discussions, talks and personal stories highlighted the challenges and joys of living as a Christian family in Ireland today.[more]