Features 2017

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Declan Coyle’s Book

Weathering a Storm with Fr Pat Moore 010117

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Bishop Billy Crean From what wells do we drink  260217

Tackling the Toxic with Declan Coyle 020717

Declan Coyle motivator and author of “The Green Platform” talks to us about a positive approach to life.

 

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A focus on Ballyheigue’s Missionary Movement with the help of Micheál Ó hAllmhuráin’s book Going Global for God.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fr Mossie Brick, Maria Conway and friends tell us about Padre Pio and his special place in the hearts of the Lixnaw people and visitors to the church on the third Tuesday of the month.

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Tony Darmody

Tony Darmody  – “Rear View Mirror” 230717

Tony Darmody generous community man and formerly of Kerry Parents and Friends reflects on his life, work and hobbies which currently includes vintage car restoration.

 

 

 

 

 

Richard Moore  –  Blind but with Vision 300717

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Richard Moore in Tralee

Richard Moore founder of “Children in Crossfire” tells about his Kerry connection and life after being blinded by a rubber bullet when he was a 10yr old boy growing up in Derry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Martina Lehane Sheehan  –  Remedy for the Worry Wart 060817

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Martina Lehane Sheehan

Martina, a frequent visitor to Kerry talks about work her books and her spirituality.

 

 

 

 

 Sr Consilio 50 Years of Cuan Mhuire 130817

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Sr Consilio at the opening of Friends of Cuan Mhuire Tralee

 

 

Half a century of care in the treatment of addiction, Sr Consilio has provided friendship and several homely safe havens for recovery countrywide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Con Dennehy  –  Alert to Life 200817

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Con Dennehy launches his book Bravehearts

 

Con reflects on his life, his work and his writing following retirement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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IMG_1314A visit to the holy Well with Kerry County Librarian Tommy O Connor,  Tobar Na Molt – Wethers Well.