July 26th, 2015
Aras Mhuire Hall, Tyrconnell Road.
If you have anything for donation,
please drop them in to Fr Vincent Mulligan in the Oblate Missions Office
Esker: Sunday 30th August, 3p.m.
“Nature is filled with words of love, but how can we listen to them amid constant noise, interminable and nerve-wracking distractions, or the cult of appearances?”
Pope Francis Laudato Si (225)
“To be serenely present to each reality, however small it may be, opens us to much greater horizons of understanding and personal fulfilment”
Pope Francis Laudato Si (222)
“The foreigh debt of poor countries has become a way of controlling them, yet this is not the case where ecological debt is concerned. “
Pope Francis Laudato Si (52)
“Both everyday experience and scientific research show that the gravest effects of all attacks on the environment are suffered by the poorest”
Pope Francis Laudato Si (48)
“The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all”
Pope Francis Laudato si (23)