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An Séasúr - The Season
Every blessing to all our visitors!
Sursum Corda
Pages to uplift the heart

"Whatever is true, whatever is honourable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things."
(Phil 4:8)

Picture: Jesus and the Children; Enrique de la Vega


An interview with God
You may have to have flash installed to see this but it is worth it.

Ár nGuidhe duit-se a Léitheoir.
Our prayer for you dear reader.

Please join in a Prayer for Peace in Ireland

Used to be a Catholic and have never been invited back? Look at the Inactive Page.
Page mantained by Eoin Ó Riain.
Transmitting the Word
Some links to the Divine Word of God.

"...towards a new Pentecost"John XXIII
Some ways in which the Holy Spirit is showing forth in the church today.

"Listen...learn...teach...share"
Ways and means in increasing knowledge and to dialogue on the net.

"As ye are Christians, so be ye Romans" St. Patrick
Some Organisational details of the church.

Cyber Shrine
A chance for a quiet prayer on the world wide web

Pages on this Site
  • Eoin Ó Riain
  • Links to the Bible and Bible Readings and Meditations
  • Links to Spiritual Movements within the Church, (mostly but not exclusively charismatic renewal and revival)
  • Links to doctrinal documents and discussion groups
  • Links to aspects of the organisation of the Church
  • Dioceses of the World
  • Dioceses in Ireland
  • Saints of Ireland
  • My Parish and other links in Ireland
  • Cyber Shrine
  • Scrín Leictreach
  • Peace Prayer
  • Nascanna Gaelach
  • Stamp Collectors
  • The Instrumentation Signpost

  • "Keep on doing what you have learned and received and heard and seen in Me. Then the God of peace will be with you."
    (Phil 4:8)


    Have you any ideas about this page, additions, comments etc. These are welcome by Eoin Ó Riain.


    Maranatha
    Tar chugainn, a Thiarna Íosa

    Come Lord Jesus

    Dáta: 24/6/96 - Lá 'le Eoin.
    Last update:316/6/01