The Messenger | November 2020
THE SACRED HEART MESSENGER
Supporting our Readers and Promoters:
The monthly Messenger continues to be despatched to subscribers and promoters as usual. Please note that we do not expect promoters to distribute copies unless it is absolutely safe for them to do so.
In the November Messenger, Mary McAleese writes about the pastor, prophet and politician that was John Hume and his conviction that respect for diversity is the fundamental principle of peace; we visit a parish that has brought all who have succumbed to COVID-19 in Ireland into their hearts and prayers in a unique and powerful way; and we explore why ethics and respect for human rights must be at the heart of all new technologies. Plus our regular series, features and supplements including crosswords, cookery and Christian Art.
A pull-out supplement for teenagers and younger readers that addresses the subject and concerns of Catholicism today. RE:LINK supports the Junior Cert curriculum and is an educational resource for all teachers of Religion Studies.
As November is the month when we particularly honour the memory of our beloved dead, this month’s RE:LINK takes a look at different religious traditions mark the death of a loved one.
YOUR 3 FREE READS
- Wall of a Thousand Crosses and a Million Tears – Peter Byrne
- Saint and Sinner – Peter McVerry SJ
- John Hume: Pastor, Prophet, Politician – Mary McAleese