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DOMINICAN BIBLICAL INSTITUTE

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Dominican Church, Limerick

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LENTEN TALKS “SAINTS FOR TODAY WHO TEACH US TO LIVE AND TO PRAY”
Tues 3 March: John Cassian, Irish Round Towers and Contemplative Prayer
Speaker: Kathleen Lynch
Tues 10 March: Looking forward to Easter with Saint Benedict
Speaker Br. Martin Browne OSB
Tues 24 March: Created in a Fire of Love: St. Catherine of Siena,
Woman of Prayer and Courageous Action. Speaker: Angela Campion OP

Venue: Church Hall (Entrance on Dominic Street (between the Church and the Dominican Biblical Institute) Donation of €5 invited for each talk
Enquiries to Dominican Priory Phone: 061 412 333, email: oplimerick@gmail.com
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Reflecting and Praying with the Bible: Each Friday in Lent at 12.15 – 1 PM

Pope Francis says that the Bible must be a door open to every believer. Each Friday during Lent we invite you to reflect and pray with the Bible. A group will meet in the Terence Albert hall at a quarter-past-twelve to reflect and pray with the Gospel of the coming Sunday. No previous experience of reading the Bible is necessary. The meeting will be over in time for Mass. These meetings are being organized by Mary Sheehan and Fr. Brendan.

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Taking Time with St Paul: Each Wednesday in Lent 11.00 – 12.30

Through a prayerful reading of selections from Paul’s letters, Sr. Jo O’Donovan will help those who come, to savour some of the themes from this great apostle; his one desire was that all who listened to or read his words would have the mind of Christ.

Venue: Dominican Priory, Glentworth Street. Please bring your Bible or New Testament.