Archbishop Eamon Martin speaks about Fr Doyle

Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, mentioned Fr Doyle in his excellent homily on Remembrance Day on Sunday.

You can find it herehttps://www.catholicbishops.ie/2018/11/11/sermon-of-archbishop-eamon-martin-for-the-world-war-i-commemorative-service-in-saint-annes-cathedral-belfast/

 

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Very positive review of To Raise the Fallen in the National Catholic Register

Many thanks to Joseph Pronechen and the National Catholic Register for the very positive book review this weekend. 

You can find it here: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/how-father-willie-doyle-saved-souls-on-the-battlefield 

Great article about Fr Doyle in the National Catholic Register

There has been so much going on – including so many radio interviews – that I have not had time to update the site with some other information.

On Sunday the National Catholic Register carried a great story about Fr Doyle.

You can find it here: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/father-willie-doyle-world-war-is-forgotten-martyr-of-charity

Thanks to the writer Rachel land for her work on this.

Five (and maybe six) radio interviews tomorrow

Tomorrow (Monday) will be another busy day, with five radio interviews confirmed (plus possibly one extra interview bringing the total to six). Four of these interviews are with national radio stations in the US.a

I will be live on the Son Rise Morning Show on EWTN and Sacred Heart Radio at 6.20am ET.

At 7.45am ET I am on Morning Glory on EWTN radio. 

At 7.48am CT I am on Wake Up! on Catholic Community Radio in Louisiana.

At 4.09pm ET I am on Driving Home the Faith on Sacred Heart Radio.

In addition I am recording one further 20-25 minute interview for Relevant Radio, plus one extra interview that has yet to be confirmed.

It is fantastic that things are so busy and that there is so much interest right now in Fr Doyle. In addition to the above, there are several newspaper articles, book reviews and podcasted interviews that I have to post here for the record, but I don’t have enough time to do so this evening. 

The current interest in Fr Doyle is directly connected to the Armistice Day commemorations, the launch of To Raise the Fallen in the US, plus the screening of Bravery Under Fire on EWTN. This level of interest is, by definition, time bound – it will not last forever with this intensity. That is all the more reason to push hard and share these resources with as many people as possible so that Fr Doyle may become more well known and loved. 

 

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 herehttps://www.bbc.co.uk/radioulster

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: holyspiritradio.org/listen-now

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