Prayer Service One Song Come Feast at this Table (Ian Callanan) All sing: Come feast at this table, God’s banquet now is spread, With bread of life and saving cup our hunger now is fed. God in an Apron (Macrina Wiederkehr) Supper was special that night. There was both a heaviness and a holiness hanging in [...]
Opening Song Though We Are Many (Bernard Sexton) Words of Introduction Gospel Matthew 14:15-20 ‘When evening came, the disciples went to Jesus and said, “This is a lonely place, and the time has slipped by; so send the people away, and they can go to the villages to buy themselves some food.” Jesus replied, “There is [...]
Additional Resources Worldwide Eucharistic Adoration 2013 Gospel Luke 24: 13-16, 28-31 “That very same day, two of the disciples were on their way to a village called Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem, and they were talking together about all that had happened. Now as they talked this over, Jesus himself came up and walked by [...]
Prayer of Support
As well as the Service entitled: “PRAYERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE SUFFERED ABUSE OF ANY KIND” to be found in our Circle of Care section, here below we present a selection of texts from Scripture, Reflections, Prayers, Litanies and Suggestions for Music that may be of help to you in developing an appropriate prayer response in relation to the issue of abuse of any kind.
The following prayer was sent to Archbishop Martin by someone who suffered abuse
so that it could be shared in our parishes. It captures our situation with simplicity and sincerity.
Who We Are
Dublin Diocese Liturgy Resource Centre
In 2004 the LitMus (Liturgy and Music) Office was incorporated into a new Diocesan Liturgical Resource Centre, based in Clonliffe College. Archbishop Martin hopes that the centre will act as a support for parishes and other groups to encourage and enable them to improve the quality of liturgical services, including also music and liturgical art.
The Director is Father Pat O’Donoghue and Mrs. Gráinne Clinton is the full time Secretary. Father Damian McNeice (Master of Ceremonies to the Archbishop of Dublin) also assists in the office.The Centre is located in the Main Clonliffe College building on the Third Floor.
Telephone 01 808 7554 or email@example.com