You can listen to the podcast of this weeks full programme HERE.
The Community of Our Lady of Walsingham
The veneration to Our Lady under her title as Our Lady of Walsingham isn't that well know in Ireland but is an old and distinguished honour to Our Lady in England since the Middle Ages.
We have covered the devotion at the Shrine in Walsingham previously on the programme HERE and we have explored the feast of Our Lady which is celebrated on 24th September under this title HERE.
On this weeks programme however, we have an interview with one of the newer religious communities in the wider Catholic Church - the Community of Our Lady of Walsingham.
The community is rooted in the Carmelite tradition focused on the Word and the Eucharist, with a preferential option for the young and for the spiritually poor. You can find their website HERE including a full history and the decree establishing them. You can also check out their Facebook page to see what they are getting up to!
|Sr Theresa with her family on 23rd September 2012 after making first vows.|
Gospel - Mark 8:27-35
Reflections on this weeks gospel:
Centre for Liturgy
Word on Fire
Liturgical odds & ends
Liturgy of the Hours - Psalter week 4; 24th week in ordinary time
Saints of the Week
14th September - Exultation of the Holy Cross
15th September - Our Lady of Sorrows
16th September - St Cornelius
17th September - St Robert Bellarmine
18th September - Various
19th September - St Januarius