The clue is in the name of the town, Monasterevin, or as Gaeilge, Mainistir Eimhín, of Monastery of Evan. There is clearly a link to monasticism in this place. But what is this link? Early Irish monasticism From the time … Continue reading Monastic connections
A couple of weeks ago, a small group of parishioners gathered in the Church of St John the Evangelist in Monasterevin to record a Carol Service for this year. We had to keep it small because of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. And although we could listen to carols, we weren’t able to sing them. You can watch the service here via Youtube. The Order of Service is below. Download the Order of Service here. Continue reading Carol Service from Portarlington Union
ANiE, which is distinct from other national churches and approved by the Gafcon Primates Council, is fully recognised as being within the Anglican Communion and more than 50 million Anglicans worldwide. https://www.gafcon.org/news/new-anglican-jurisdiction-is-launched This statement appears to be economical with the … Continue reading Watch out for the schismatics within!
This morning I played the organ for the Eucharist for the Kingship of Christ in the Parish Church of St John the Evangelist, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare. The four hymns were: 34 ICH, O worship the King 90 ICH, Hail Redeemer, King divine 231 ICH, My song is Love unknown 259 ICH, CHrist triumphant, ever reigning. During the Administration of the Communion I played Sweet Sacrament Divine. Continue reading The Kingship of Christ – 24th November 2019