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November 2016 Resources

The following resources were very kindly shared by Anna Maloney, Post Primary Diocesan Advisor, Dublin Archdiocese.

November Resources

The November Resources on the website have been updated and added to, with a view to supporting you in the weeks ahead.

The FaithArts November Resources will also prove useful when planning your lessons this month.

Lyric FM, Sunday Nov 6: Interview with Br. Kevin Crowley and Sr. Consilio

Miriam O'Callaghan interviews Br. Kevin and Sr. Consilio about their tireless lifetime commitments; supporting those on the margins. Click here to listen back, as this is well worth introducing to your students. [To skip to the start of the interview: 5 min 14 sec as far as the track: Sean Dunphy's If I Could Choose. The interview resumes again at 23 min 40 sec, until 47 min 50 sec, when P.J. Murray's Brosna Town is introduced.]

Faith Leadership Programme - November 2016

As previously mentioned, this wonderful ecumenical programme is something for you to consider: FLP November 2016.

1916 Exhibition in the Pro Cathedral

The following link will take you to the full details of this exhibition, open right up to the Christmas break; and the facilitators are happy to accommodate school groups: 1916 Exhibition in the Pro Cathedral.

Something Old, Something New in Aid of Trócaire

A year on from my trip to Kenya with Trócaire, I am very proud to promote Something Old, Something New; an event hosted by Róisín O'Rourke this Saturday (November 12). Call into this unique 'pop-up' shop anytime from 11am - 5pm at the Ballymore-Eustace Parish Resource Centre. As all proceeds from sales on the day will go towards supporting the work of Trócaire in Syria, I hope to see many of you there for what promises to be 'fashion for a really worthy cause'!

The Loyola Institute - Upcoming events

Click here to view information about a free study day event for Leaving Certificate Exam R.E. students on November 26 and more.

Forgiveness - Pope Francis

And finally, click here to view this tweet on forgiveness by Pope Francis in recent days.