The Scripture Summer School which has been offered at Knock Shrine in recent years will be held online for the first time to facilitate participants during the current Covid-19 restrictions. This online event is being organised by Holy Cross Diocesan Centre, Dublin.
Any queries should be sent directly to the email@example.com
Presentations will take place online via Zoom. Each participant will receive access to eighteen presentations with full notes and study questions as well as participation in conferences via Zoom.
The cost is €40.
All details regarding registration, payment and participation. may be found on tarsus.ie using this direct link to the dedicated webpage.
The week before (June 15-19)
Monday 15 June: all the material for the course will become available on Zoom; pdfs etc. will be sent around to all participants.
Monday 15 June at 12.30: A Zoom conference for all, introducing this year’s presentations, opening up the discussion and taking any initial questions.
The week itself (June 22-24)
Tuesday 23 June 7.00 pm: Zoom conference for all, chaired by Sean Goan
Wednesday 24 June 7.00 pm: Zoom conference for all, chaired by Jessie Rogers
Thursday 25 June 7.00 pm: Zoom conference for all, chaired by Kieran O’Mahony
Friday 26 June 7.00 pm: Zoom conference for all, with the three presenters present.
“In the days to come..”
Wisdom from the Old Testament Prophets for living in the light of the future.
“He will not break a bruised reed nor quench a smouldering wick” (Matthew 12:20)
Jesus as the Servant of God in Matthew’s Gospel.
Kieran J. O’Mahony
“In him, all things hold together”
Cosmology and Christ in Colossians and Ephesians
Your Life, Your Story, Your Pathway to God
God takes an interest in each one of us, in every life – a personal interest in the ordinary daily realities and in our deepest longings. Each of us has a story to tell and in that story, God is present, calling us to listen as well as speaking. It doesn’t do away with the struggles of life, but it helps us to see that the One who created us wants to guide us and to give us courage and a sense of peace. This is what the Jesuit way of prayer is all about.
Location: Prayer Centre
Recommended Donation €10 per day
Facilitators: Terry Howard SJ & Jesuit Team
Times: Registration on Sunday 26 July at 7.30pm