Church worker from Uzbekistan receives Irish citizenship after fifteen years.
Key to a culture and society shaped with justice and integrity CSW2014 launch hears.
Charity continues to pick up the pieces of peoples’ lives following austerity and cuts.
Appointment of Charities Regulatory Authority by the end of February welcomed.
"Is Christ divided?" is the theme for 2014 Church Unity Week.
Bishop Brendan Kelly speaks ahead of the launch today of Catholic Schools Week 2014.
Call for “spiritual ecumenism” born of a change of heart and holiness of life.
“We remember those who have left our shores in the hope of making a new life for themselves abroad."
Troika’s selective use of data led to inaccurate analysis which led to inappropriate policy decisions.
Figures show Vatican stepped up efforts to remove clerical abusers in recent years.
Fr Peter Donnelly must now face civil canonical investigation process.
Over one in four people in Africa undernourished.
"We pray that the visit of Pope Francis to the Holy Land will reinforce hope in the region."
Sexual abuse can never be justified: Archbishop Tomasi.
Tom was a “people person, par excellence” - Dr Joseph McCarroll.
Pontiff demands “spending review” to cap canonisation costs for would-be saints.
Dean of St Anne's hopes service will be a springboard for future endeavours on faith and unity.
Dublin City Council moves to increase funding to frontline homeless services.
Second day of historical institutional abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland.
Workshop talks aimed at enabling "the people of Syria, the region and the world to conceive of a new beginning."
Motorbike signed on the tank by Pope Francis to raise funds for homeless.
“The tragic death of our dear friend Tom O’Gorman over the weekend has come as a huge shock and a painful loss to everyone in the pro-life movement" - PLC.
Young people invited to join volunteering project for 2014.
This year's theme - ‘Is Christ Divided?’ - was chosen by the Churches of French Canada.
Rest safely now dear Tom, safe in the arms of Jesus.
NI facing a "road safety emergency" senior PSNI officer warns.
Sixteen of the nineteen are under the age of 80 and therefore eligible to vote in a conclave.
How damaging to the Church are smarmy, vain, wheeler-dealer, priest-tycoons.
Fr Paddy Jones highlights scholarly and pastoral criticism of the new translation.
Italian MP highlights lack of support for parents and siblings of the disabled.