Read here the latest part of the historical story of the Multyfarnham Friary, whose history dates back to 1268.
Fr Kieran reflects on the Gospel from the Mass of the thirty-second Sunday (Lk 20:27-38) when Jesus is confronted by the Sadducees with a question designed to catch him out.
In this week’s writing, Fr Kieran reflects on the dual feasts of All Saints and All Souls. Thinking about the recent death of Joe McMahon ofm, Kieran tells us that, “we are all saints in training, because of the love that God has lavished on us in our Baptism.”
The Stations of the Cross Garden flooded on Friday afternoon, October 28, when the River Gaine burst its banks after a period of intense rain. A selection of images can be found here.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It seems to me that neither Dostoevsky in his writing, or Fr John O'Brien in his coverage and study of it, underestimate the intelligence of the reader. There were chapters of spell-bound intrigue as I was totally unfamiliar with...
We have updated our website to tell you about our safeguarding policy and practice here in Multyfarnham. You will find a menu option at the top of the page where you can read about this very important topic. Follow the ‘READ MORE’ below to see the introduction from our Guardian, Kieran Cronin OFM, and our Safeguarding Representative, Thérèse Bennett.