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Latest Space #01

Welcome to Latest Space, the newsletter of Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, director of JCCI’m Alan McGuckian, SJ, director of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin.

As the counter on Sacred Space nudges towards the 3 million mark we want to make contact with all those who have responded to it since the beginning. Many thousands of people have prayed at Sacred Space – in one of the seven languages – and that has created an invisible community. We want you to know that we here in Dublin remember to pray for the whole Sacred Space ‘family’ regularly.

In this first edition we want to introduce you to some of the people – at least by name – who work behind the scenes to produce Sacred Space.

In life’s journey major landmarks are often an incentive for renewed effort. 3 million might be a signal for all of us to make another effort at spreading the news. Later we give you some suggestions for publicity. Parish bulletins and local papers are often crying out for some contributions.

We want to thank everybody who has helped with Sacred Space. Thousands have helped by spreading the news. Many have sent a donation, either on-line or through the mail. Thanks to everybody.

Welcome to Latest Space, the newsletter of Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, director of JCCI’m Alan McGuckian, SJ, director of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin.

As the counter on Sacred Space nudges towards the 3 million mark we want to make contact with all those who have responded to it since the beginning. Many thousands of people have prayed at Sacred Space – in one of the seven languages – and that has created an invisible community. We want you to know that we here in Dublin remember to pray for the whole Sacred Space ‘family’ regularly.

In this first edition we want to introduce you to some of the people – at least by name – who work behind the scenes to produce Sacred Space.

In life’s journey major landmarks are often an incentive for renewed effort. 3 million might be a signal for all of us to make another effort at spreading the news. Later we give you some suggestions for publicity. Parish bulletins and local papers are often crying out for some contributions.

We want to thank everybody who has helped with Sacred Space. Thousands have helped by spreading the news. Many have sent a donation, either on-line or through the mail. Thanks to everybody.

Thank you most of all for praying with us and helping to create this Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, SJ

Sections within the newsletter:

  • the people behind Sacred Space
  • visitors respond
  • Sacred Space in a group
  • spreading the news

The people behind Sacred Space:

The key figures involved in the creation of Sacred Space were two Jesuits, Alan McGuckian and Peter Scally, working out of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin. The site was launched in February 1999, promising that it would definitely be online for all of Lent. On the very first Ash Wednesday there were 1,500 visitors. It appeared quickly that there was no turning back. During the Lenten period, an Irish-language version called Tearmann was created, and launched for St Patrick’s Day, March 17th. This still has a regular following of users from all around the world.

Welcome to Latest Space, the newsletter of Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, director of JCCI’m Alan McGuckian, SJ, director of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin.

As the counter on Sacred Space nudges towards the 3 million mark we want to make contact with all those who have responded to it since the beginning. Many thousands of people have prayed at Sacred Space – in one of the seven languages – and that has created an invisible community. We want you to know that we here in Dublin remember to pray for the whole Sacred Space ‘family’ regularly.

In this first edition we want to introduce you to some of the people – at least by name – who work behind the scenes to produce Sacred Space.

In life’s journey major landmarks are often an incentive for renewed effort. 3 million might be a signal for all of us to make another effort at spreading the news. Later we give you some suggestions for publicity. Parish bulletins and local papers are often crying out for some contributions.

We want to thank everybody who has helped with Sacred Space. Thousands have helped by spreading the news. Many have sent a donation, either on-line or through the mail. Thanks to everybody.

Welcome to Latest Space, the newsletter of Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, director of JCCI’m Alan McGuckian, SJ, director of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin.

As the counter on Sacred Space nudges towards the 3 million mark we want to make contact with all those who have responded to it since the beginning. Many thousands of people have prayed at Sacred Space – in one of the seven languages – and that has created an invisible community. We want you to know that we here in Dublin remember to pray for the whole Sacred Space ‘family’ regularly.

In this first edition we want to introduce you to some of the people – at least by name – who work behind the scenes to produce Sacred Space.

In life’s journey major landmarks are often an incentive for renewed effort. 3 million might be a signal for all of us to make another effort at spreading the news. Later we give you some suggestions for publicity. Parish bulletins and local papers are often crying out for some contributions.

We want to thank everybody who has helped with Sacred Space. Thousands have helped by spreading the news. Many have sent a donation, either on-line or through the mail. Thanks to everybody.

Thank you most of all for praying with us and helping to create this Sacred Space.

Alan McGuckian, SJ

Sections within the newsletter:

  • the people behind Sacred Space
  • visitors respond
  • Sacred Space in a group
  • spreading the news

The people behind Sacred Space:

The key figures involved in the creation of Sacred Space were two Jesuits, Alan McGuckian and Peter Scally, working out of the Jesuit Communication Centre in Dublin. The site was launched in February 1999, promising that it would definitely be online for all of Lent. On the very first Ash Wednesday there were 1,500 visitors. It appeared quickly that there was no turning back. During the Lenten period, an Irish-language version called Tearmann was created, and launched for St Patrick’s Day, March 17th. This still has a regular following of users from all around the world.

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