Monthly Archives: May 2014

Campo Grande

28 May 2014

Message from the Participants of the Congress Mother of Perpetual Help, Icon of Love We are beginning our journey toward the solemn celebration of the 150th anniversary of the handing over to the Redemptorists by Pope Pius IX the Icon of Our Mother of Perpetual help. The Redemptorist Province of Campo Grande, together with the […]

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Focus on Rwanda – 20 years on

23 May 2014

This month marks the twentieth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. SERVE decided to dedicate this month’s ‘Focus On’ in memory of all those who died, who were injured or who were affected during the genocide. The genocide initiated on April 6th following the plane accident in which the President Habyarimana was killed. This incident sparked […]

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Award for Redemptorist Centre of Music

22 May 2014

Best band in Limerick Congratulations to the Redemptorist Centre of Music on winning the best Local Band Award at the Limerick International Band Parade during the St Patrick’s weekend. This was the centre’s frst time to participate in the band parade, and in the St Patrick’s Day Parade, since it opened in September 2010. It currently […]

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Faith and Fun in Cherry Orchard

22 May 2014

The Light of Hope shone brightly during Candle Week   For five days at the end of February, crowds packed into Cherry Orchard Church in Dublin to share in an evening of song, prayer, healing and hope during Candle Week 2014.   Candle Week is an annual event that brings the community of Cherry Orchard […]

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FACE UP Goes Online

22 May 2014

The award-winning teen magazine is now becoming an online publication only   After 14 years as a print magazine, Face Up will go online only from this summer.  Print costs and financial pressures have led to the decision.  Face Up online will contain an archive of material published in the past on a wide range […]

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From the Archives

22 May 2014

This year we celebrate 50 years of the presence of Redemptorists in the city of Fortaleza in Northern Brazil.  Here is an edited extra from a letter from Fr. Michael Condon, C.Ss.R., written in 1964, which provides a picture of the situation in the parish at the time:  From The Archives

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