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It Has to Be Said

by Brian D'Arcy

€24.00

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On the 5th of January 2019, I met Fr Brian in Enniskillen. After years of hearing so many stories from people about how his prayer, compassion and kindness had impacted their lives during some of their toughest times, I suggested that he should write a book about his life. This is Fr Brian's Story, an inspired page turning masterpiece. It's also a story of an Ireland that has been transformed beyond belief in the past 50 years. It's all about a priest who has always remained faithful to the core message of the gospel: 'Good news for the poor, Liberation for the oppressed. And new sight for the blind.' His vision of the church of the future is that of an inclusive, joyful, welcoming place of refuge, nourishment and healing for people. Later I discovered that the 5th of January is the feast of his favourite saint, Charles of Mount Argus. 'It has to be said' was mean't to be.

Declan Coyle
Theologian, Counsellor and author of the best-selling book, 'The Green Platform'

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