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Official view of the picture:
Mysterious rays of light pouring down on The House of Prayer Achill
No human explanation exists for the mysterious rays of light pouring down on the House of Prayer Achill in this photograph.
Photographs taken immediately before and after this one, show that it was a dull day with absolutely no sunlight.
We are publishing the miraculous picture on the web site and look forward to receiving a scientific explanation, or is it as simple as buying a new camera? We would love to give a copy of Jim Gallagher’s book Immaculate Conception to the person who comes up with the best caption. (more…)
All to keep this in place! Large walls and boarded up gates are essential to provide Christina with a meditative environment to avoid having to account for the haul so far. The CCTV cameras to protect from the enemy!
|House of Prayer, Minnesota
Fri 5th, Sat 6th & Sun 7th October 2012Fr McGinnity and Christina will be present for prayers and talk at the Minnesota House of Prayer on Friday 5th, Sat 6th and Sun 7th October from 11.00 am – 12.30 pm and 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm. The chapel at the Minnesota House of Prayer will be open from 9.00 am until 6.30 pm.
|House of Prayer, Texas
Fri 12th, Sat 13th & Sun 14th October 2012Fr McGinnity and Christina will be present for prayers and talk at the Texas House of Prayer on Friday 12th, Sat 13th and Sun 14th October from 11.00 am – 12.30 pm and 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm. The chapel at the Texas House of Prayer will be open from 9.00 am until 6.30 pm.
|House of Prayer, Florida
Fri 19th, Sat 20th & Sun 21st October 2012Fr McGinnity and Christina will be present for prayers and talk at the Florida House of Prayer on Friday 19th, Sat 20th and Sun 21st October from 11.00 am – 12.30 pm and 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm. The chapel at the Florida House of Prayer will be open from 9.00 am until 6.30 pm.
By Garry O’Sullivan
Saturday October 13 2012
HAD it not been for his part in a 1975 canonical process that essentially resulted in child abuser Fr Brendan Smyth going on to abuse more children, Cardinal Brady could have been basking in the knowledge of a job well done.
He had maintained that as a canon lawyer he was only doing his job when he passed on details to his superiors, but failed to inform the police.
His position was that it was up to his bishop and the head of the Norbertine Order to take action against Fr Smyth.
But Smyth victim Brendan Butler laid ruin to this excuse when he told the BBC* last May that he gave the names and addresses of other victims to the then Fr Brady. Hauntingly, at the end of that documentary, Mr Butler turned to one of the other victims, whom Smyth continued to abuse and, now 40 years on, said: “I thought I saved you.”
Not even dinner with the Pope on Thursday night can have assuaged the conscience of Cardinal Brady, who must ask himself if he could have saved those children.
Whoever his replacement is has a tough job ahead.
The Catholic Church in Ireland needs a strong leader who, with Archbishop Diarmuid Martin in Dublin, can lead a campaign to breathe some life back into a wounded church grown too used to wounded leaders.
Garry O’Sullivan is the former editor of ‘The Irish Catholic’
- Garry O’Sullivan
This article does not mention the abuse of elderly involved with the HoP which the Cardinal has condoned by his inactivity.
* See acknowledgement of photo above below links.
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