Aspal

The learning platform for all involved in ministry in our parishes and dioceses.

Aspal, the Irish for Apostle reminds us that we are all called in order to be sent. The baptism we share, recalled in the blue waters of the Aspal logo, calls us to mission – to bring others to a knowledge of our Triune God, pointed to in that first A of Aspal. A God from whom all emerge and toward whom all intend.

Aspal is the product of a collaboration of the Adult Faith Development Team in Ossory Diocese and St Patrick’s Pontifical University, Maynooth.  It is the leader is digital faith formation on the island of Ireland, serving every parish and diocese in Ireland.

Our collaboration allows for people in the comfort of their own homes to engage with the highest quality ongoing faith formation. This new means of digital catechesis – the future of faith learning – has been made possible thanks to the support of the Benefact Trust.

Digital Faith Formation is the future of our helping people to know God in a deeper way. We are delighted in this collaboration to lead people on this journey.

Upcoming Courses

The Kiss of Christ

Discover the inspiration and Consolation of God’s Word   For over a century, Catholics—individually and as a church—have been re-discovering the life, nourishment, inspiration, and consolation of God’s word. To hear God’s word is a gift of God to those

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Pathways to Ministry

Leading people in prayer A short course on lay leadership of moments of prayer in our parishes. Student Commitment: 4 weeks; c. 1h 30 mins per week. Short Course Learning Outcomes: By the end of this short course, participants will be

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Introducing Synodality

The Church’s Synodal Journey In this short course in the company of many of the leading experts on synodality you can explore what Pope Francis intends by inviting us on this synodal journey as church at this time. Join with

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Ministers of the Eucharist​

Serving the Lord through service of others In this short course Fr Vincent Sherlock of the Diocese of Achonry helps us to reflect on the role of the Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist in our parish communities. Why it is

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