“He shall be called Finn-barr, that is ‘beautiful hair’, from the beautiful head he offered in sacrifice to God.”
Up to 600 parish representatives join Bishop Buckley and members of Cork & Ross’ religious orders to mark the Year for Consecrated Life.
Large numbers of both Irish and overseas visitors walk 11 ancient trails over the course of the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
The Brigid’s Way Celtic Pilgrimage takes nine days and charts St Brigid’s journey from her birthplace and shrine in Faughart Co Louth to her Abbey, healing and garden wells in Kildare.
Fr Des Hillery, parish priest of Nenagh, to oversee the running of the diocese until a new bishop is appointed.
The Beauty of God’s Presence in the Fathers of the Church by Janet Elaine Rutherford, editor Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club 9 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. The book will be launched by Senator David Norris.[…]
“They are just innocent girls and every human being feels bad about this. Life is sacred.”
Event aims to raise awareness of Irish pilgrim routes and medieval Christian heritage.
Celebration in Cork by the Presentation Sisters and friends of the declaration of Nano Nagle as Venerable.
Bishops concelebrate Mass for ‘the Lady of the Lantern’.
Visit marks school’s 125th anniversary.
Which St Finian? There are many St Finians and at least two Movilles. The Movilla of this saint is not – as many people may think – the village of Moville in Co Donegal, but Movilla in Co Down, just outside Newtownards. A graveyard and the ruin of a church off the B172 to Millisle show […]
A resource to organise prayer services of reparation and repentance to atone for the crimes of clerical sex abuse. This booklet was put together by Father Kevin Scallon CM.
This is a beautifully illustrated history and catalogue of the entire stained-glass collection of Harry Clarke (1889-1931). Authors: Lucy Costigan & Michael Cullen
Finbarr Clancy SJ answers the question about why is it important to go to mass.