Newsletter 15th November 2020

Newsletter 15th November 2020

INCH 7:30 pm                            WE REMEMBER                   DROM 9:30 am    

14th Tom Carey, @ 7:30 pm14th Martin & Winnie Ryan, New Line
21st Patrick Tynan, Micheál Butler, Delia Butler & Thomas Butler15th Denis Hynes & Aleesha Hassett
21st Paddy Kennedy, Annfield21st Anthony Cahill
         Tommy Butler &  Larry Looby, R.I.P.21st  Sean Maher


RADIO MARIA IRELAND is an Irish-run Catholic Talk-Radio Station. Established since May 2015 with the aid of the World Family of Radio Maria – with 83 Stations Worldwide. Our modern studio is situated in Ballymount, near the Red Cow Interchange in Dublin. We have recently surpassed 20,000 monthly online streaming listeners in Ireland and around the world and a further estimated 20,000 listeners via Saorview TV. Our mission is to help spread the Gospel message of Joy and Hope with a mixture of Prayer, Catechesis, Uplifting music, Talks, Interviews and Testimonies – all commercial free.

We broadcast 24/7. You might particularly like to join us Monday – Friday from 9.15am with live Morning Prayer followed by daily 10am Holy Mass. 11am Catechesis – with Fr. Eamonn McCarthy (Cloyne Diocese) our full-time Priest Director – Angelus and Midday Prayer. Live Evening Prayer at 5pm is followed by News and the Rosary prayed from the studio at 5.30pm.

You can listen in via Saorview TV Channel 210 (Freeview Northern Ireland – Channel 826); RADIO MARIA IRELAND is available to download FREE by App “RADIO MARIA IRELAND” on mobile devices, FREE streaming on and our Facebook Page – Radio Maria – Ireland by clicking on the “LISTEN” link or on the telephone via a live radio feed by calling+353(0)1437 3277.  Like, Love ❤, Listen 👂, Share ✋ & Pray 👏 with us also on our Facebook Page:  ‘Radio Maria – Ireland’ and Social Media.

POPE FRANCIS SAYS:        One way of maintaining fellowship with our loved ones is top pray for them. The Bible tells us that ‘to pray for the dead’ is ‘holy and pious’. ‘Our prayer for them is capable not only of helping them, but also of making their intercessions for us more effective. Some saints, before dying, consoled their loved ones by promising them that they would be near to help them. Saint Thérése of Lisieux wished to continue doing good from heaven. Saint Dominic stated that ‘he would be more helpful after death … more powerful in obtaining graces. These are truly ‘bonds of love’, because ‘the union of the wayfarers with the brethren who sleep in the Lord is  in no way interrupted … [but] reinforced by an exchange of spiritual goods.