Faith podcasts to offer reflections for Holy Week
Faithcast, the weekly faith podcast from the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference, is launching a special Holy Week. The Faithcasts will focus on how we can live Holy Week as people of faith in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
Faithcast is a mixture of interviews, news and stories of faith from the Catholic Church in Ireland. The podcast, which is usually published weekly, will now have a daily episode from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.
Contributors to the Holy Week reflection series are:
- Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh, Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Dromore and Primate of All Ireland
- Bishop Denis Nulty, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin
- Bishop Fintan Monahan, Bishop of Killaloe
- Caoimhe de Barra, CEO of Trócaire
- Brother Richard Hendrick Ofm Cap
- Father Vincent Sherlock of Achonry Diocese
- Brenda Drumm, Catholic Communications Office
- Ger Gallagher,Pastoral Worker in Dublin Diocese
Contributors to the series will reflect on the meaning and symbolism of each of the days of Holy Week, beginning with a reflection from Brother Richard Hendrick on Palm Sunday and taking us through the week, concluding on Easter Sunday with a message from Archbishop Eamon Martin.
on the Faithcasts, Archbishop Eamon said, “As we prepare to celebrate
Holy Week at home this year, we are offering people a chance to hear
from different voices of faith. These
daily reflections from bishops, priests and lay people will hopefully
offer listeners a pause for thought from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.
“I invite people to tune in to our Holy Week reflections. There are many people feeling alone and isolated at the moment and we hope that our short pieces of audio can assist people in living Holy Week in their homes.
“This podcast series is just one of a number of digital opportunities that we have been offering to people during these days. I would like to thank all those priests and people putting out into the deep of the net at this time and connecting with their parishioners on the digital highways.”
The podcasts will be available on www.catholicbishops.ie and on all Bishops’ Conference social media platforms: