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  • NET Ministries – Tony Foy and Declan Morris

    By Steve on March 8, 2016
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    NET Ministries is about young people reaching out to other young people and sharing how faith in Jesus can help them make sense of life and its challenges. Wendy chats with Tony Foy and Declan Morris about NET Ministries in Ireland.
  • Fr Peter McVerry – Homelessness emergency and the General Election

    By Steve on February 23, 2016
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    Social justice campaigner Father Peter McVerry talks to Wendy about the unprecedented number of ‘new’ families becoming homeless and what the next Government needs to do to address the crisis.
  • Time to retreat – Trevor Morrow

    By Steve on January 14, 2016
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    Wendy chats with Reverend Trevor Morrow from The Lucan Centre about the benefits of taking time out for an annual retreat.
  • Surviving Ebola and love of neighbour – Kent and Amber Brantly

    By Steve on December 1, 2015
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    Dr Kent Brantly was the first person to be treated for Ebola in the United States, having contracted the virus while he and his wife were working in Liberia as medical missionaries. Kent and Amber share their inspiring story on Spirit Radio. Their story is told in the new book ‘Called for Life – how loving our neighbour led us […]
  • Teaching our future farmers on the environment – Professor John Sodeau

    By Steve on July 1, 2015
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    Are our farmers of the future being adequately educated on the environmental impacts of farming activities, and how they can be minimised? Wendy chats with Professor John Sodeau, Director of the Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry at University College Cork.
  • The changing focus of Amnesty International – Lorcan Price

    By Steve on June 15, 2015
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    Last week Amnesty International launched a report calling for the removal of constitutional protection from unborn children in Ireland. Wendy talks to barrister Lorcán Price about the changing focus of Amnesty International, an organisation long associated with speaking out for prisoners of conscience.
  • Terry Waite CBE – Faithful Peacebuilding

    By Steve on March 27, 2015
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    In 1987, while negotiating the release of hostages in Beirut, Terry Waite – special envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury – was himself taken hostage. In captivity for 1,763 days (four years of which were in solitary confinement), he was chained to a wall, often left in darkness, beaten and subjected to mock executions. Terry Waite is in Belfast speaking […]
  • Emotional outcomes for children with same-sex parents – Dr Paul Sullins

    By Steve on March 27, 2015
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    A new study in America has found that children with same sex parents are more likely to have emotional problems than children raised by their biological parents. Wendy talks to the author of the study, Dr Paul Sullins of the Catholic University of America.
  • AHR Bill passes Dáil – Dr Tom Finegan

    By Steve on March 13, 2015
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    “I am not aware of a precedent existing for something as complex as this being rushed through as quickly as this.” Wendy talks to Dr Tom Finegan, legal advisor to the group ‘Mothers and Fathers Matter’ about the swift passage of the Children and Family Relationships Bill through the Dáil.
  • Love and Disconnection – Louise Ward

    By Steve on February 18, 2015
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    “We are never so vulnerable as when we love” Wendy chats with Louise Ward, counsellor and psychotherapist, about love, vulnerability and disconnection.