Healthcare

Remember in November – Father Robert Sloan

Throughout most of 2020 news and social media outlets have provided us with daily updates on the number of deaths recorded with or from Covid-19. After so many months, we can easily tire of listening to these news items and, unintentionally, desensitise ourselves to...

Remember in November – Father Pierce Cormac

A Time to Remember  So many of our conversations used to revolve around the weather, it was like our in built ice breaker in the art of conversation. Now we have replaced this line with the oft familiar phrase, ‘these are strange times’, as we refer to the...

Remember in November – Sister Dervilla O’Donnell, MMM

November, darkness falls earlier as the evenings get shorter, trees become naked as they continue to shed and let go of their beautiful, rustic colour leaves.  Nature constantly reminds us of letting go, dying and death. The month of November, we traditionally...

Remember in November – Father John Kelly

In November we remember our dead but also the many families, nursing homes, healthcare staff, religious houses and parish communities that grieve.  In recent weeks the tragic deaths among families in Cork and Dublin, as well as living during a Worldwide Pandemic...

World Day of the Sick Prayer Leaflet

Publication for World Day of the Sick 2010.  Theme: Be still February 2010 | Catholic Healthcare Commission World Day of the Sick Prayer Leaflet 2010  Text available to download here in pdf format (~ 44 Kb) Get Adobe Acrobat...