St Martin Magazine - October 2019

Publisher: St Martin Apostolate
Category: Religious & Spiritual, Lifestyle
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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St Martin Apostolate has published the monthly St. Martin Magazine here in Ireland since 1952. A wonderful magazine for Catholics around the world. Our magazine is packed with articles to help develop your understanding of and to encourage your faith. Included are articles on all aspects of life, news and views on important world events, helpful tips and articles for life, home and the garden. In short, it is a worthwhile easy-to-read magazine that millions of readers have enjoyed over the past decades. We publish the magazine to promote devotion to St. Martin, to encourage people in the practice of their faith and to generate funds for our mission of bringing the word of God to as many people as possible. We currently publish some 40,000 print copies every month - thats' nearly half a million copies every year - and are excited about the reach of our digital version launching across the world - so please tell your friends and colleagues about its availability. Our web site gives more detail about our services and our missions - http://www.stmartin.ie

This month, the editor writes about "Unfinished Masterpieces", specifically mentioning Gaudi's sensational basilica in Barcelona and how we are all unfinished masterpieces. Fr Vincent Travers has written an article entitled "Be Yourself" and asks "Who sets your world on fire?" Patricia Hope has written a wonderful article on the emerging science of Robots & Androids, Marie Therese Cryan tell us about the world's longest running play - The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie. Gerry Breen tells us about "The Mother of the Environmental Movement" Rachel Carson and her single-handed efforts to change and inform us about the impact we are having on our delicate planet - in the 1930s, 40s and 50s. Should our conscience take precedence over State or Church Law? An interesting question posed in Bill McStay's article on "An American Prisoner of Conscience". Enjoy the read !


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