Need for legislation to create ‘rent certainty’ in the private rented sector which would counter rent inflation.
“As a tactician he was brilliant in analysing the opposition and devising strategies to overcome them – a very inspirational figure.”
Priest of the diocese of Kerry blogs about his battle with esophagus cancer.
“Threat to social cohesion arising from growing socio-economic inequality is a particular concern, notably in its implications for the younger generations.”
“Unfortunately we live very much in a drink-fuelled society and it is a constant battle to win the hearts and minds of people, young people especially.”
Special ceremony to take place at religious services on Easter Sunday throughout County Mayo.
Irish Churches Peace Project (ICPP) promotes community reconciliation through the Churches.
Senator Mullen decries “express train” speed at which the Government is rushing the Children and Family Relationships Bill through the Seanad.
Online petition calls for the release of mother-of-five who was condemned to death in Pakistan in 2010 after she was convicted of blasphemy.
Irish Churches’ Peace Project event to look at the contribution of Churches to the vital work of promoting reconciliation and peace.
Special contribution sought from parishioners of St Joseph’s in Mountmellick to alleviate crippling debt incurred by refurbishment programme in 2006.
“Here was a man of total commitment to the missionary cause to which he devoted his life. That shines through in every phase of his life,” Bishop Colm O’Reilly.
Bishop Edward Daly and Bishop James Mehaffey described as “two courageous figures who took huge risks for peace in the most difficult years of the Troubles”.
New report ‘Pushed to the Limit and Beyond’ highlights the shortcomings of the global response to the Ebola crisis one year on.
Transcript shows Diarmuid Martin commented on freedom of conscience without making any specific proposal in relation to marriage referendum.
Association of Catholics in Ireland host ‘Open Forum on the Family’.
Of the Six Nations win for Ireland, former Irish player Tony Ward told the congregation, “What a great day for rugby and sport in general and for Ireland. It was spectacular.”
“Richard was not a man of peace. The times in which he lived and the role into which he was born did not permit that. But now we pray for his eternal peace” – Cardinal Nichols.
Some 11.4 million people forced from their homes by the conflict which has resulted in more than 220,000 deaths.
Ordained as a Holy Ghost Father, Joe Brennan served in parishes across the diocese of Middlesbrough as well as ministering in hospitals and prisons.
Workplace exploitation, the unemployed’s loss of dignity and the need for good politics highlighted by Pontiff in Naples address.
Voluntary bucket collection will be held at every railway station in aid of their Railway Benefit Fund which supports needy railway families in hard times.
“Today, in the name of this martyr, we resolve again to be upholders of this God-given dignity of every person.”
Disgraced former leader of the Scottish Catholic Church will retain title of cardinal but won’t exercise any of the privileges associated with the office.
Online prayer and candle service is similar to that operating in Lourdes and St Patrick’s Cathedral New York.
Manuscript contains “considerable body of new information which will help re-evaluate the history of St Mary’s Abbey and the civic life of Dublin in the 14th and 15th centuries”.
Letters sent to Archbishop from no supporters in marriage referendum containing “obnoxious, insulting and unchristian” language towards gay and lesbian people.
Cast of up to 130 people to act out the Passion while over 100 people are involved in preparing sets, costumes and various production tasks.