Sometimes it’s hard to trust anybody. It’s hard to trust your immediate family. It’s hard to trust your work. It’s hard to trust government. The reason it’s hard to trust is because we know we’re not trustworthy. If we can’t even trust ourselves, how can we trust anybody else?
In times like these, you need someone you can trust. Someone who has your best interests in mind. Someone who has never let you down. And, someone who won’t ever leave you or forsake you. That is God. Even if God is the only one left in your life that you can trust, you’re going to be okay.
Join Kieran and Giovanni as they guide us though some of the psalms of Trust.
Fr. Kieran O’Mahony OSA
Kieran J. O’Mahony is an Augustinian friar and biblical scholar. He lives in St John’s Priory, Thomas St, Dublin,
Giovanna Feeley works extensively as a singer, choral director, and educator. She has founded and directs a number of vocal ensembles including Cór na Mí, a community choral programme for south East Meath and north Dublin; Schola Hyberniae, a semi-professional ensemble specialising in plainchant and early polyphony; and Meath Youth Choir (with Music Generation Meath). She has over 20 years specialism in pastoral liturgical music at parish and diocesan level. She served a term as Acting Director of Sacred Music in St Patrick’s College, Maynooth during her postgraduate studies, before moving into Pastoral Theology for ten years, and has served on the National Council for Liturgy of the Irish Bishops’ Conference, the Council of the Irish Church Music Association, the Diocese of Meath Pastoral Renewal & Adult Faith Development Team, and the Archdiocese of Dublin Liturgy Commission. She is a frequent workshop facilitator and formator, and also works as a facilitator and quality specialist with the learning organisations AONTAS and CDI Ireland. She is a reviewer with BIAPT, the British and Irish Journal of Practical Theology, and writes on liturgical, musical, and pastoral matters. She and her husband, the composer and teacher Ephrem Feeley, are committed to building the body of Christ through collaborative liturgical music-making.