Day 4 of Mission 2023

Wednesday January 25th 

Each day, you are invited to join in

Daily Prayer in the Mission booklet

Click Here for Mission Booklet 2023

• Wednesday Mass in your parish or online

Wednesday Mass comes from St James’ Church, Killorglin at 10.00am

Daily Reflection online

Prayer Petition online

CLICK HERE to add your petition

Horizons and Just a Thought on Radio Kerry

Wednesday Mission Talk @ 8.00 p.m. online

Tríona Doherty – Call to Love








Triona Doherty is co-author, with Jane Mellett, of The Deep End: A Journey Through the Sunday Gospels in the Year of Luke (Messenger Publications, 2021) and The Deep End: A Journey Through the Sunday Gospels in the Year of Matthew (Messenger Publications, 2022). She has a Masters in Theology from St Patrick’s Pontifical University Maynooth, and is a former editor of the Redemptorist magazine Reality. Tríona has also worked with, Carmelite Institute of Britain and Ireland, Good Shepherd Ireland and Laudato Si’ Movement. She lives in Athlone with her husband and seven-year-old son.

Be Christ’s Love – Dr Patricia Kieran







Dr. Patricia Kieran is Director of the Irish Institute for Catholic Studies and  Senior Lecturer in Religious Education in Mary Immaculate College.  She has co-written and edited books on a range of topics including Catholic Theology, Religious Education in an Intercultural Europe, Children and Catholicism & Trends and Challenges in Education. She is a parent of five children.

Fr Hugh Lagan – Finding the Treasure: The Search for Happiness








Fr. Hugh Lagan SMA is a priest with the Society of African Missions and a chartered clinical psychologist. He has led retreats and workshops internationally on psychological and spiritual well-being, positive change, trauma and resilience.


Dr Michael Conway – Being Love for Others








Dr. Michael Conway is a priest of the diocese of Galway, who teaches Theology at St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, where he is Professor of Faith and Culture. He gives talks regularly on the changing face of religion, spirituality, and faith throughout Ireland. He has studied both in science and in theology in Ireland, Italy, and Germany. As part of his work, he explores issues of faith and religion in contemporary European culture with a specific concern for the Irish situation.