Sunday July 21st, Feast of the Most Holy Redeemer.

This Sunday, July 21st, is the third Sunday in July, and is, for Redemptorists and

This Window is behind the High Altar in Esker Church: it depicts the Most Holy Redeemer, holding his Cross of Victory, and blessing the world.

Redemptoristines throughout the world, the Feast of the Most Holy Redeemer.

Redemptoristines are The Order of the Most Holy Redeemer’, O.Ss.R., and

Redemptorists are The Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer,- a Congregation of priests and brothers under that title. The letters C.Ss.R. come from the Latin ‘Congregatio Santissimi Redemptoris’, and it is from this that the name ‘Redemptorists’ derives.

In Esker, behind the High Altar, this window shows the Most Holy Redeemer.

Please pray for Redemptoristines and Redemptorists and all their c0-workers and associates, throughout the world.

Please be with us in living our baptismal calling to heal the world and to lead the world back to the One who sets the world free.

Feed my lambs, Feed my sheep!‘ says the Lord to us all.

Irish Redemptorist Missionaries are found in Ireland, Brazil, Philippines, Mozambique, as well as in Siberia and Rome.

Currently about 80 young SERVE volunteers are working, this Summer, in Mozambique, Brazil, Philippines, India, South Africa. Please keep them in your prayers during July and August.

 

'The arms of Christ reach out towards two disciples': Installation in St. Clement's Redemptorist College, Limerick, Ireland. Installation by Seamus Devitt C.Ss.R. 2011.

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