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Seven Voices of Hope

by Fr. Lorcan Kenny


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In Seven Voices of Hope we hear from seven characters from the Easter story: Mary Magdalene; Peter; John; Thomas; Simon of Cyrene; the soldier; and Veronica. Each voice is unique. Each voice has a different tempo, feeling and resonance. Each contains comfort, inspiration and, above all, hope. This sensory prayer book is for individual or group use and combines a mixture of Franciscan and Augustinian spirituality. The reader is invited to gaze on an image, read the reflection (in English or in Irish) and listen to how their soul responds.


Lorcan Kenny is a priest in the diocese of Killaloe. He has been a school chaplain for the last twenty-four years and works with the local community on a number of youth projects. He has strong ties with Coloma Primary School, Uganda, where he visits and works.

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