- Baha’is believe in the power of prayer and you’ll find Baha’is and their friends, throughout the world, getting together to pray. This is often referred to as a ‘devotional gathering’ or ‘devotional meeting’, and they happen in diverse settings, whether in cities or villages.
Comhrá is a podcast series produced by the Baha’is of Ireland. They called their podcast Comhrá (which is pronounced co-raw and which means ‘conversation’) because they love to talk and they know the best way to get to know each other is to settle down for a chat.
In this second episode of Sparks of Hope, Dr. Iarfhlaith Watson, Head of UCD School of Sociology, speaks with Brendan McNamara about human rights, identity and growing up ‘different’ in Ireland in the 1970s and 80s. In this wide ranging discussion, Iarfhlaith shares his thoughts about how both his personal experiences and his research have contributed to his belief in the importance of identity in developing healthy and sustainable diversity in our societies.
You can find all the podcast in this series on website for the Baha’is of Ireland.
You might also be interested in watching a series of 19 animated short films created by the Baha’is of Ireland in honour of the bicentenary of the Birth of the Bab. You can read about the series here: 19 Animated Videos by the Baha’is of Ireland for the Bicentenary of the Birth of the Bab
And watch them here on the YouTube channel for the Baha’is of Ireland.
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