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By: Cashel & Emly Diocese  05/12/2011
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St. Patrick’s College, Thurles 27th January 2005 “Try to remember the time in September When grass was green and grain was yellow… Deep in December it’s nice to remember The fire of September that made us mellow”. These lines from the song, “Try to Remember”, in the musical The Fantasticks spring to mind as I come to launch a book, which gathers the rich fruits of the Summer School into a very worthy and instructive collection entitled, Spirituality for Our Times, edited by Dr. Joseph Putti, published by St. Patrick’s College. This deserves a double first since it is the first ever Summer School and the first ever book published by St. Patrick’s..

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