Bishop of Shrewsbury expresses serious concerns over new private members’ bill on assisted dying due to be introduced into British parliament in September.
Platinum selling group, which is made up of three Catholic priests, have recorded four albums and written a book recounting their musical journey.
“If the West helps moderates in Syria in a direct way, it is helping ISIS in an indirect way.
Dublin parish to honour Curé d’Ars’ feast day and his priesthood with a novena.
Between November 2013 and October 2014, 4,344 Christians were killed “for reasons closely linked to their faith” and 1,062 churches were attacked.
112 parishes in the Archdiocese of New York to be merged with a neighbouring parish due to declining finances and falling church attendances.
“The committee is concerned about the highly restricted circumstances in which termination of pregnancy is permitted under the law in Northern Ireland.”
High number of personal injury claims against Benedictine monastery and rising insurance costs may force drastic action.
Television series explores inner struggle between the responsibility of being pope and the miseries of the man chosen as Pontiff.
“A blessing to one another” underscores the continuing relevance of the Vatican II declaration ‘Nostra Aetate’.
“True art has a close affinity with the world of faith … art remains a kind of bridge to religious experience”.
Archbishop Martin tells MacGill Summer School “A democratic political system must not limit the role of citizens to voting in elections and referendums.”
No convictions specifically against sex or labour traffickers in 2014 international report shows.
Archbishop of Armagh hears that a lack of affirmation of gay persons by the Churches has contributed to the raised rate of suicide, particularly among gay men.
Special welcome for Muriel McAuley, grand-daughter of 1916 leader, Thomas McDonagh, who was in Rockwell from 1892 to 1901.
Just 129 doctors in the whole of Sierra Leone which has a population of 6 million.
“There are church gate collections virtually every week outside churches and it is a contributing factor in people not attending Mass.”
Large Irish contingent travel to joint Ireland / UK hosted summer gathering of Focolare in Liverpool. “Here we are almost at the 100th anniversary of 1916, signing up with England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales in a moment of unity, of reconciliation, of prayer. It is a poignant moment,” remarks Bishop Brendan Leahy.
But Iona warns that many of government report’s recommendations will be “a blow to stay at home parents”.
Visiting US lecturer describes his time working with shelter: “My time with the men at the shelter made me reflect on the many ways in which I have been blessed in my life and my own shortcomings in passing those blessings onto others.”
“With my last breath, please God, I will be passing on the faith,” says Catherine Wiley.
Archbishop Neary expresses his disappointment. “I’m not aware that it has ever been cancelled before and I have been climbing this mountain since I was a young lad many, many years ago.”
Indian Benedictine priest serving in Port Laoise suffers cuts on neck and fingers and threat of more.
Up to 30,000 Expected to Climb Croagh Patrick for Reek Sunday.
US research shows optimum time to wed is between 28 and 32. Accord advises couples to work out the things “you don’t want to let go of” before marrying.