Campbell Miller, Director of Bravery Under Fire, on Radio Ulster tomorrow 6pm

Campbell Miller, the director of the docudrama Bravery Under Fire, will be interviewed tomorrow on BBC Radio Ulster at 6pm. Listen here

It’s amazing how much publicity Fr Doyle is getting right now. Let’s keep it going! Please share these interviews and media pieces on social media and with your friends.. It’s so important that everyone interested in Fr Doyle takes the opportunity to speak about him and to spread awareness about him while there are ongoing media stories. 

Interview on Holy Spirit Radio tonight

In addition to some live interviews earlier today, I recorded a 30 minute interview with Barbara Shinkle for the Walking in Faith show. This will air today at 4pm-5pm ET (9pm – 10pm Irish time) on Holy Spirit Radio, and repeats on Saturday at 11am ET. This channel broadcasts in Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey, and of course online at:

Listen in and share – help more people to meet Fr Doyle!!!


More international interest in Fr Doyle: Bravery Under Fire to be screened in Brussels

Next Wednesday, 14th November, at 7pm Bravery Under Fire will be screened in the Chapel for Europe in Brussels. Call in if you happen to be in Belgium! You can find the church here: 

It is exciting to see increasing international interest in Fr Doyle. This is precisely what is needed if his cause is to be opened at some point in the future. If you would like to host a screening of Bravery Under Fire, or organise a talk in your parish or town, please let us know!

Thoughts for November 8 from Fr Willie Doyle

The Fruit of the Third Week

The thought that Jesus has suffered so much for me to atone for my sins and past careless life in religion, has filled me with a great desire to love Him in return with all my heart, I feel, too, a growing hunger and thirst for suffering and mortification, because it makes me more like to my suffering Jesus, suffering all with joy for me.

Every day has deepened my shame, sorrow and hatred for my negligent tepid life since I entered the Society, and strengthened my resolve and desire to make amends by a life of great fervour. I feel my past sinful life will be a spur for me to aim at great holiness.

COMMENT: In these notes, Fr Doyle reflects on a desire for mortification and for personal reform as fruits of the Third Week of his Spiritual Exercises in 1907. The desire for mortification tends to strike those who are already advanced in the spiritual life, so we should not be unduly worried if we do not desire penance. But whether we desire it or not, we still need it, especially as we set out on the path of personal reform. However, we need not copy the penances of Fr Doyle, but instead we should follow his advice, which is to pursue penances in the ordinary circumstances of our life, fulfilling our duties as best we can.