December 2014

The Christmas Eve Truce 1914

A talk on the Christmas Eve Truce 1914 took place at Margaret Aylward centre for Faith and Dialogue on Monday 15th December 2014. The talk was given by Don Mullan, a long term campaigner for justice, non-violence and reconciliation. Originally from Derry, Don was a child witness to the awful events of Bloody Sunday 1972, in which 13 unarmed people lost their lives while participating in a civil rights demonstration in Derry. Inspired to confront injustice, Don as a [...]

Remembrance Service

On Saturday, 22 November 2014 twenty one members of the St. Brigid’s GNS Finglas West choir of 1977 gathered together to remember a young friend, Suzanne Donnelly whom they lost tragically 37 years ago. Earlier this year the group reunited to discover that throughout the 37 years none of them had ever forgotten their dear friend Suzanne, and so they decided that they would like to have a special day to remember and to celebrate Suzanne’s short but special [...]

November 2014

Inaugural Lecture at the Margaret Aylward Centre for Faith and Dialogue

October 18 2014 marked a special moment in the Margaret Aylward Centre for Faith and Dialogue. Holy Faith Sisters, Associates, friends and colleagues gathered for the inaugural Margaret Aylward Lecture delivered by the Rev. Dr. Ruth Patterson entitled ‘Called to Friendship – The Challenge and the Gift of Encounter. (more…)