The second photograph shows him with Fr Brendan Clifford, and with researcher Etan Blass from the USA who happened to be studying in the DBI on the evening when Fr Bruno called to see the building and the library.

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  • Christians and the World Faiths

    St. Saviour’s Dominican Church,
    Glentworth Street, Limerick presents

    A short course directed by Sr. Jo O’Donovan


    Following on her earlier course on Judaism, this course will reflect on the main tenets of Muslim faith; its Five Pillars or ways of service and worship and on some aspects of Islam’s great secret – its spirituality.

    The course will also explore aspects of the Eastern religions, particularly Buddhism, to which Christians have begun to relate in our times.

    Course commences on Tuesday, September 23rd, 7.30 – 9.00 PM
    and will continue on Tuesdays until 18th November. 

    Jo O’Donovan RSM was on the staff of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, from 1966–2002. In 2013 she published: Understanding Differently: Christianity and the World Religions.

    Entrance to St. Saviour’s church hall is on Dominic’s Street, around the corner from Glentworth St and the Tait Clock

    Donation invited: 5 euro per session.
    For further information phone 061-490607


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St. Saviour’s Dominican Church,
Glentworth Street, Limerick

presents

Poetry Reading:

Gerard Manley Hopkins’ ‘Wreck’ and Other Poems.

directed by Sr. Jo O’Donovan

The poetry sessions will continue with Gerald Manley Hopkins, in particular with the reading of The Wreck of the Deutschland, which is his greatest poem. The dramatic recounting of the wreck of a German ship in the Thames estuary, December 1875, in which a number of passengers and crew died, is a symbol of the poet’s own spiritual journey – the consolation-desolation felt by him at the hands of the Mastering God, the Father and Fondler of hearts. In addition, we will recap on some of the boisterous nature sonnets, introduce the Dublin poems and still other lesser known poems.

First meeting will be on October 1st Wednesday, 11.00 – 1.00pm

Newcomers are welcome. Poems and reading materials will be supplied.

Entrance to St. Saviour’s church hall is on Dominic’s Street, around the corner from Glentworth St and the Tait Clock.
Donation invited.

Jo O’Donovan RSM was on the staff of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, from 1966–2002. In 2013 she published: Understanding Differently: Christianity and the World Religions.