News & Events

Focus Ireland Annual Report Launch

One family a day becomes homeless in Dublin alone – Sr. Stan says Govt. must take action to stop growing crisis

39 Families lost their homes in Dublin last month

The issue of homelessness in 2014 is the worst it’s been in 30 years, with more than one family a day in the capital losing their home last month. Sr. Stan speaks to Denise Calnan at

Joan Burton and Labour leadership

Sr. Stans Letter to the Irish Times - Tuesday 8th July 2014

A Sacred Space for Soul Sister to Reflect - Irish Examiner

A Sacred Space for Soul Sister to Reflect - Irish Examiner

Children in State care being ‘placed in danger of abuse and exploitation’

In a recent article in The Journal Sr. Stan warned that the placement of homeless children in bed and breakfasts and the growing waiting lists for out of hours supports have opened many children in state care up to exploitation.

Extreme poverty is right in front of us – and what are we doing?

Extreme poverty is right in front of us – and what are we doing? One in five children go to bed hungry, yet State safety nets are actually being taken away, writes Sr. Stan in a recent piece in The Journal

Sr. Stan on the John Murray Show speaking about Silence and Solitude

Sr. Stan joined the John Murray Show yesterday Monday 5th May to discuss the topic of Solitude and Silence and what it means to her as well as the Sanctuarys upcoming conference on 20th May on Mindfulness and Wellbeing.

Sanctuary Annual Conference 2014

the Sanctuary’s 5th Annual Conference, The Art of Being Still – ‘Mindfulness and Wellbeing’ will take place in Dublin Castle on Tuesday 20th May 2014. The conference will be opened by Sr. Stan and keynote speakers include Richard Burnett, Author and Creative Director of .b and Claire Kelly, Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP)

Cultivating & deepening the practice of Meditation with Sr. Stan

A one day workshop to help cultivate and deepen practice and the habit of mindfulness takes place on Friday 2nd May at the Sanctuary.

Taoiseach Launches All Ireland Social Innovation Awards

Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD launched a new Social Innovation Awards scheme at the Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin on Tuesday which recognises schools and youth organisations across Ireland that are committed to engaging young people in civic and social innovation.

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