Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Irish Catholic, September 30th.

We've just seen that the Irish Catholic included information about Amma's visit in their editorial on September 30th. It's a bit late to publish it here but if you'd like to see it, follow this link:

RTE Radio with Pat Kenny - AMMA Dublin Visit

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Watch Amma on tg4!

Dee Brennan spoke about spirituality and her connection with Amma on tg4 last night. It's in Irish, English subtitles. Dee's filmed at home in Cluin na dTor, the amazing Donegal garden centre she and husband Seamus have created over many years, and there's lovely footage of Amma - beautiful! It's on tg4 player for a few weeks so have a look:

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Meon ma mban, 8.30pm anocht ar tg4

Dee Brennan ag caint faoi cúrsai spirodálta agus creideamh, go h-áirithe faoi Amma.

Meon na nBan

Meon na mBan on tg4 @ 8.30pm this evening: Irish women talk about what spirituality means in our lives today. Dee Brennen shares her experience with Amma & spirituality.

Donate As Many Cans As You Can!

That's full food cans! Amma is in Dublin on World Food Day
Oct 16th & we've joined with Crosscare Food Bank and artist Patrick
O’Reilly to build a sculpture of donated food cans at Amma's event. All
cans will be distributed to people in need afterwards, through Crosscare. Many
thanks to artist Patrick O'Reilly for his participation. Check out our website for more:

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

'It's like being soaked in love'

That's the title of an article on today's Irish Times: 5 people talk about their experience of meeting Amma and the experience of her hug (darshan).
Check it out:

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Carpooling with

Join a carpool at to reach Amma's Dublin event Oct 16 & 17. See is an inspiring non-profit project - see for lots of interesting background and outlook. Carpooling makes great ecological sense, and it's cheaper too!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Irish Times article

Have a look at the article in today's Irish Times: 'A need to hug and need to be hugged: a powerful non-verbal message of closeness':
In the paper version, it's in the Health Supplement, on page 7.
It's a thoughtful, reflective article written by clinical psychologist Marie Murray, director of psychology at UCD, and includes some reflections on Amma's darshan