Need for independent monitoring of implementation of climate change targets.
Meetings at Terenure synagogue will focus on ‘Memory, Community and Identity’.
New study reveals disturbing levels of poverty and deprivation in seven EU countries.
"Living in Ethiopia is like living in America compared to South Sudan.”
"Pakistani Christians are already persecuted and feel very vulnerable after so many false blasphemy cases against them.”
Dublin City Council to remove sign bearing Archbishop Dermot Ryan's name following complaint from public.
"People need to see confession as something that can make their lives whole again."
Purely verbal approach to repentance is not enough says President of Maynooth.
Fr Gerry Campbell was inspired to help the people of Malawi after January visit to the country.
Irish members of L'Arche rejoice to see meeting of two men "with same heart".
Spin is rarely the friend of transparency and weakens trust in institutions.
President and Taoiseach join mourners at Nicky McFadden's funeral.
Fresh water exemplifies philosophy of Ubuntu: mutual interdependence for collective survival.
Church inquiry concludes that Bishop Terbartz-van Elst should not continue in office.
St Margaret’s entitled to place children according to Church teaching.
Ch4 probe finds over 15,000 aborted and miscarried babies incinerated in past two years.
University was founded in 1968 and gained university status in 2013.
Asia Bibi unjustly accused and sentenced to death for blasphemy.
“We have, since the 'getgo' traditionally been innovators."
Kildare & Leighlin, Cork & Ross, and Kerry to host 24 hours of confessions.
The sins of the media are misinformation, calumny and defamation.
The family is the basic unit of society; if the family falls apart, the whole of society will fall apart.
Students urged to value each other equally regardless of religion, ethnicity, social background or sexual orientation.
Today is World TB day.
Fundraising campaign underway to raise money for renovation of Co Cavan abbey.
Her voice is that of someone "not afraid to call the leadership in the Church to responsibility.”
Priest and rugby star are made Freemen of Dublin.
Four women among three clergy and five laity from eight different countries on panel.
61-year-old sentenced to seven years for child sexual abuse.
Over half the women equipped by Dress for Success Dublin got job applications.