Written on top of the bell tower in Florence

‘…Brunelleschi, Medici and several generations of Florentines eventually saw it built, despite persecution, disbelief in the integrity of the design and enormous practical hurdles. So never stop believing, just keep taking the next step.’

‘Jerusalem’ by Irish College Choir

‘The words of this chant are ‘Jerusalem, Jerusalem, convertere ad Dominum Deum tuum’ (‘Jerusalem, Jerusalem, turn back to the Lord your God’). They can be applied to the whole world. God wants us to turn to Him in love and it is never too late.’

The Jubilee Year of Mercy

‘All your sins can be forgiven by God if you simply go to Confession, or the Sacrament of Reconciliation, as it is properly called. Do not fear Confession… Everyone wants to be forgiven for something, or many things, and this is a tremendous opportunity for God’s ‘lost sheep’ to come back to their loving shepherd.’

The Way

It is a reflection of life’s journey, even though to undertake the Camino requires one to step out of their normal life. We start off at one place and then meet, see, talk, do, taste, go, love and hear, plus any number of other actions throughout our lifetimes and all end up ultimately at the same destination.