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Eddie Gilmore

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Meetings on the Margins

I was attending a reception at the South African Embassy in honour of the great work of a centre in Durban which reaches out to some of the poorest and…
Eddie Gilmore
May 23, 2022
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Spaces

Space can be scary, which explains perhaps why we go to such great lengths to fill it. (more…)
Eddie Gilmore
May 16, 2022
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Fix You

Whether it’s in a cathedral or a Korean movie, some acts of creative perfection will only ever be seen by relatively few. (more…)
Eddie Gilmore
April 26, 2022
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Tikkun Olam

It’s easy to feel a bit helpless in the face of wars and famines and poverty and climate disaster and general suffering, but I take some heart in the Jewish…
Eddie Gilmore
April 13, 2022
Stories of Hope

Ann’s Story

Ann, like many of her generation, emigrated from her native Dublin to London in the 1960’s. While she was very sad at leaving her family and friends in her native…
Eddie Gilmore
March 31, 2022
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Our Lady of Kyiv

There’s a famous icon of Our Lady which has reminded me not only of the significance of icons but also of the importance of story and narrative in the building…
Eddie Gilmore
March 30, 2022
Stories of Hope

Joe’s Story

Joe was known to the Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas (ICPO), a project of the Irish Chaplaincy, since 1987, more than 30 years. With no family we were his only family,…
Eddie Gilmore
March 23, 2022
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Hospitality

I almost made it to St Patrick’s Day before breaking my Lenten alcohol fast but we had a friend coming to stay the weekend before Lá Fhéile Pádraig. (more…)
Eddie Gilmore
March 22, 2022