The Messenger | October 2019
Our October issue includes an article on St John Henry Newman, the first British saint since 1976, a reflection on the recent letter of Pope Francis to mark World Refugee Day and a feature on the new statue of St Oliver Plunkett recently unveiled by Archbishop Eamon Martin in Armagh Cathedral. We also have an article on the forthcoming Synod on Amazonia, whose reflections are relevant to the universal Church and to the future of the whole planet.
Our RE:LINK supplement is a great resource for teachers of Religion for the Junior Cert – this month it addresses our stewardship of the Earth and the responsibilities this brings. Plus all our regular features such as cookery, crossword, prayer, young readers pages and much more.
Re:link is a 4-page supplement, which appears in The Sacred Heart Messenger magazine every month. Re:link is linked with the Religious Education curriculum and is produced and edited by a secondary school religion teacher. Re:link is designed as an additional resource to textbooks for students, teachers and parents. Re:link offers up-to-date information and examples in a way that students can relate to, whether it be celebrity profiles, interviews with students their own age or through competitions.
YOUR 3 FREE READS
- St John Henry Newman: Founding the Catholic University – Dermot Mansfield SJ
- A Synod on Amazonia – David Romero SJ
- World Refugee Day – Alan Hilliard