Nov
23

Homily - Feast of Christ the King - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 22 November 2020  Pope Benedict had a beautiful description of the Bible. It recounts, he wrote, "the love-story between God and humankin...
Nov
20

Why is St Mary's Church, Creggan, Red?

On Monday 23rd November, Tuesday 24th November, and Wednesday 25th November 2020, St Mary's Church, Creggan will be lit up red to highlight Red Wednes...
Nov
20

Advent Prayer Service for use at Home

The word 'Advent' means 'coming' or 'arrival'. The season of Advent marks the time we prepare for the birth of Jesus at Christmas. This year Advent st...
Nov
15

Homily - World Day of the Poor - Bishop McKeown

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - 15 November 2020 This is the second last Sunday of the Church's year, that annual journey with Jesus in the scriptures ...
Nov
09

Homily - Mass for deceased children and young people - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 8 November 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time  There is the famous country and western song - sometimes associated with those who are strugglin...
Nov
06

The Net - November 2020

The November 2020 edition of 'The Net', the monthly publication sharing the fruits of the faith in parishes and schools within the Diocese of Derry. C...
Nov
01

Homily - Feast of All Saints 2020 - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 1 November 2020 In three weeks, we will be celebrating the Feast of Christ the King. Our Christian faith believes that the angry world is not ...
Oct
31

Adoration, Prayer and Fasting on the Four Fridays in November

The National Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration invites you to join them on the four Fridays in November in Adoration, Prayer and Fasting for Renewal...
Oct
27

Tips for joining online Mass at home

Our Sundays have certainly been a different experience since March! As Catholics, Sunday and particularly Sunday Mass is the highpoint of our week as ...
Oct
26

Remembrance of the Dead and Prayer for the Bereaved - Sunday, 1 November

This year, the month of November, in which we traditionally remember the dead and pray for the bereaved, will be particularly poignant. We sense a hug...

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