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PLC welcomes Savita inquest recommendations

The inquest jury into the death Savita Halappanavar has made nine recommendations to ensure such a situation will not arise again.


Churchmen highlight threat to Palestinian Christians

Archbishop Hannah said that the three leaders, Greek Orthodox, Anglican and Roman Catholic, were in Ireland as one family with a message of peace and justice.


Justin Kilcullen to step down as director of Trócaire

Justin Kilcullen will step down as Executive Director of Trócaire in October 2013 after serving 20 years in that post and a total of 32 years with Trócaire.


Love and you will see, says new bishop of Limerick

St John's Cathedral in Limerick was packed to capacity with a 1,200 strong congregation to witness and celebrate the episcopal ordination of Fr Brendan Leahy as Bishop of Limerick.


Adopt ‘common sense’ approach to Holy Communion spending: SVP

SVP calls for a “commonsense and dignified” approach to dropping of the “First Communion / Confirmation grant”.


Handel celebrations help Dublin Charities

Two homeless projects will benefit from a unique concert celebrating the music of Handel in Dublin on 14th April.


Be the proof of Christianity for people today, nuncio tells pilgrims at Knock

The papal nuncio has appealed to Irish people to be ‘apostles at home’ and to be the proof of Christianity for non believers.


Irish deacons ordained in Rome

Four Irish seminarians have been ordained deacons at the Pontifical Irish College in Rome.


New Presentation school opened in Waterford

“The official opening of this new building for a Catholic girls ’school in the 21st century is a rare event,” said Principal, Mary Ryan.

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