Night Prayer: Friday May 8th
Join Fr Irvin again this evening for tonight’s few minutes of prayer together – let us pray with and for one another during these difficult days. We are in this together and we are united in faith. #PrayTogether #StayHome #UnitedinFaith
Gospel Reflection for Sunday 10th of May 2020
Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life Although we ‘celebrated’ Easter Sunday five weeks ago, we are in fact still making our way through the Season of Easter, which will conclude when with great feast of Pentecost on May 31st – we still have a way to go until then. So perhaps the words...
Morning Prayer: Friday May 8th
Fr Irvin Morastil OMI brings you this morning’s time of prayer and reflection together from St Mary Star of the Sea Parish in Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Night Prayer: Thursday 7th May
Join Fr Irvin tonight for our time of prayer and community as we read and reflect on the psalm.
Morning Prayer: Thursday May 7th
We join Fr Irvin in St Mary, Star of the Sea Church again this morning for our time of prayer together. Fr Irvin looks at the story of Zacchaeus – what are the sycamore trees in our life that can help us to see Jesus?
Night Prayer: Wednesday May 6th
Join Fr Irvin for a short time of night prayer. #SayHome #PrayTogether #UnitedinFaith
Waiting in Joyful hope: from Easter to Pentecost
Waiting in Joyful hope: from Easter to Pentecost A Reflection by Br Michael Moore for our current time during this Coronavirus Pandemic It goes without saying that we all had a very strange and unusual Easter. We didn’t do the usual things we always did; we didn’t visit our friends and family, we didn’t go...
Morning Prayer: Wednesday May 6th
We invite you to join Fr Irvin Morastil OMI in St Mary’s Star of the Sea Parish Church in Leith, Edinburgh. Even though the church may be empty of parishioners, our hearts are never empty, God dwells in every heart that longs for God. #PrayTogether #StayHome #UnitedinFaith
A short night prayer with the Oblate Community in Leith
Join Fr Martin Moran for a short time of prayer and reflection this evening. We remember our healthcare and frontline workers in a particular way and also those whom we haven’t been able to see in person during this time of lockdown and to thank God for today and all the blessings in our lives.
Fire Devastates Belcamp College
Belcamp College suffered a devastating fire last night. Belcamp has been part of the story of our Province since 1893. It held fond memories for so many who were there as pupils or as members of staff. Shortly before 9pm we were called to a fire in #Belcamp College. Over 20 firefighters attended and...