In this video interview, Cardinal Brady reflects on the Year of Faith and explores the meaning of faith
Year of Faith
Interventions from Archbishop Diarmuid Martin and Bishop Kieran O’Reilly and Bishop Kieran’s blog from the Synod of Bishops,which is currently taking place in Rome. The Synod is discussing New Evangelisation.
Pope Benedict in his recent letter Porta Fidei reminded all of us that ‘The Door of Faith’, Porta Fidei, is always open for us. The ‘Door’ is never closed. Passing through that door means embarking on a journey that lasts a lifetime.
A series of videos commissioned by the Council for Justice and Peace of the Irish Episcopal Conference, which explore some of the key aspects of Catholic Social Teaching. Themes include: Poverty, Work, the Economic Crisis and Global Solidarity.
Content from the October issue of Intercom, including an article by Cardinal Seán Brady: ‘The Year of Faith: Source of Renewal’.
With the Apostolic Letter of 11 October 2011, Porta fidei, Pope Benedict XVI declared a Year of Faith. This year will begin on 11 October 2012, on the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Ecumenical Vatican Council, and will conclude on 24 November 2013, the Solemnity of our Lord Jesus Christ, Universal King.
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"I just feel a great sense of gratitude" - National Pre-Synodal Assembly
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