Bill undermines rights of children, despite “government and opposition protestations that the entire Bill is in the ‘best interests’ of children.”
Pope Francis encourages healthcare professionals and medical students to specialise in palliative care.
The sacrament of marriage is a sacrament given for the building up of the Church.
Presentation Sisters want historic 244-year-old South Presentation Centre to be a place that preserves the ethos and philosophy of founder, Venerable Nano Nagle.
President of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace pays first visit to Belfast.
Article seems “calculated to try to quash the few dissenting voices” on same sex marriage.
Church communities throughout Ireland prepare to pray in solidarity with the Christian women of the Bahamas.
Massive red ribbon launches FleshandBlood campaign highlighting the thousands of people who benefit from blood donation and the lives transformed by organ donation.
Adults learn how to access the internet and stay in contact with loved ones at home and abroad thanks to the voluntary efforts of secondary school students.
Assurances will be sought from all parties and independent candidates in the general election that they will address the concerns of migrants and their families.
Historian uses archives to shed new light on the genocide which saw one and a half million Armenians ‘eradicated’ by the Ottoman Empire.
Repeal of amendment protecting the right to life of the unborn will be part of Labour’s manifesto for the next election.
Homeless campaigner and former soccer international honoured for “their work in the fields of social justice and sport”.
South Tipperary Deputy Mattie McGrath sees “no reason why there could not be a specific space for prayer in the Oireachtas on a full-time basis”.
First national safeguarding conference hosted by the National Board marks a significant milestone on the safeguarding journey: Archbishop Eamon Martin.
‘Pop up’ shop in Cork will dress hundreds of children this Sunday for free.
Emmanuel and Seinn concerts draw over 3,000 secondary school students together for Church music performances.
Sacred music composer and singer calls for resources to be put into contemporary Christian music.
“There is no group that is more influential in the process than priests. They are even more influential than bishops.”
ISIS has begun killing some of the 150 Christians taken hostage from villages in northeast Syria.
“Amnesty International was once an organisation that you could depend on to defend human rights.”
Host of speakers and musicians lined up including Fr Liam Lawton and Fr Ray Kelly.
Archbishop of Dublin warns that healthy politics cannot be built on a culture of spin or a policy of just being against something.
The latest Department of Environment figures reveal 865 children living in hostels, B&Bs and hotels.