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Come & See Inspirations (C&SI)

Come & See Inspirations team

Come & See Inspirations (C&SI) is a podcasting team based out of Ardagh in West Limerick, Ireland.Tel: +353 (0)87 6088667


Originally starting out in 2010 until 2021 our work was based around our flagship weekly radio programme SacredSpace102fm (SS102fm); now the C&SI team aims to work on various podcasts which contribute to the New Evangelisation and spread hope and faith online and on air.

This page hosts C&SI's podcasts including our weekly podcast as well as other recordings and inspirational talks which we would like to share with you our listeners.

For our historic information and programme content you can also visit our old blog (2010 to 2019) at

(Please note that the blog is no longer being updated).


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As we continue our Advent journey, on this weeks podcast John and Shane explore an ancient Advent tradition from the 7th century - the O Antiphons! We also have our regular run through the saints of the week, some local notices and of course our weekly reflection on the Sunday Gospel which this weeks introduces us to John the Baptist and the reminder that we are all called to be "prophets" in our world.
O Antiphons
As the days darken towards December 17th, the liturgical calendar moves into the final octave before Christmas. Beginning with the 17th of December, the liturgical tradition marks each day until Christmas Eve with an ancient and mysterious text, one of the so-called O-Antiphons. On this weeks podcast Shane and John explore these ancient prayers of longing and expectation for the coming of Jesus - both past, present and future coming of Jesus. As we head into the last 8 days before Christmas, why not make a few minutes of sacred space in your day to round out your preparations for the Holy and Festive Season of Christmas using the O Antiphons as your guide. The presents, decorations and parties are important to re-connect with family and friends, but lets not forget why we celebrate the holy-day.......
Resources for exploring the O Antiphons

If you would like to listen to the O Antiphons being sung with the Magnificat (in Gregorian chant) two Dominican friars recorded a series of video available here.

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