Drawn from works by literature authors and also through parish histories we are interested in promoting Ireland’s rich history. We have published many heavily researched historical projects and we look forward to unearthing the next gem. If you are writing it – or interested in writing it – let us help you publish it.
We have been publishing on behalf of parishes throughout urban and rural Ireland for many years and our experience and expertise in this field is unsurpassed. We will help you to showcase all the good work and events in your parish and its associated clubs and groups.
What could be better than giving someone the chance to publish their life story; to go on the journey to becoming an author and share it all with family, friends and further afield. What a lovely distraction for the writer; a chance to escape into happier times of life.
John is the different Gospel, the most difficult but the most
enriching. It begins in the eternal loving heart of the Trinity,
‘for God so loved the world that he gave His only Son, so that
everyone who believes in Him may not perish, but may have
eternal life’ (3:16), and ends in an Hour of Glory, as John sees the
death and Resurrection of Jesus, and the outpouring of the Spirit.
The author gives a guide to all 21 chapters of the Gospel, with 22
passages for Lectio Divina, and 10 Stations of the Cross according
to John, to supplement our traditional ones. It’s the fruit of a long
pondering and love for this Gospel, so it is personal and, from
experience, medicine for a faltering spiritual life.
It is for everyone from student to pensioner, a challenge to all
to deepen their spirituality and their relationship with the living
Lord. It’s a sipping drink to be savoured slowly, rather than a
binge. Taste and see that the Lord is good.
Albert McNally, a priest of Down and Connor, studied scripture
at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome 1968-71. He spent 30
years teaching at second and third level and 17 years as a Parish
Priest before retirement.