Drink is at the root of "vast majority of incidents". The entertainment & hospitality industries & stakeholders on the streets "need to address drink issues together".
“Longer life spans now mean that close and exclusive relationships must last for four, five or even six decades; consequently, the initial decision has to be frequently renewed”.
"Pope Francis realises that we do not live in a world where ... all that is needed is either to repeat doctrinal formulations or to set these doctrines aside and be ‘pastoral’.”
Guide on document states: “The Pope's vision of society is inclusive. Such inclusion involves the effort to accept diversity, to dialogue with those who think differently..."
That small farmers may receive just compensation for their invaluable work.
Pope Francis – April 2016
The Pope Video is a new and global initiative launched by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network – Apostleship of Prayer
Cinema audiences will be guided on a 3D tour of Rome’s four Papal Basilicas - St Peter’s, St John Lateran, St Mary Major and St Paul’s Outside the Walls.
“Save for Pope John Paul II’s visit to Limerick in 1979, this is probably the most important moment for the Church in this diocese since the last Synod, all of 80 years ago.”
Party urged to make addressing child poverty and the widening gap between rich and poor the first priority of the programme of Government in the next Assembly.
Tess Martin provides useful information on diet, exercise, lifestyle, medical care and social life so you can enjoy a healthy retirement.
Growing older doesn’t have to mean becoming ill. Most people over the age of sixty are well and fit. Keeping well in retirement involves taking care of your physical, emotional [...]
Jeanette Brimner sees entering one’s middle years as a golden opportunity to start fulfilling some of the dreams which we entertained when we were younger.
In the Book of Genesis, Abraham’s elderly wife, Sarah, is astonished to learn that her dream of bearing a son will come true, despite her age. [...]
Paul Andrews tells us about the challenges he is facing as he grows older and finds himself a little hard of hearing.
Was that the front door bell? my friend asked. I was baffled. I hadn’t heard a thing. It was a first indication that my hearing was below par, and [...]
Forgiveness is well known as being the central teaching of Christianity. It seems both eminently desirable and well-nigh impossible. Jesus’ teaching in the ‘Our Father’, his parable of the unmerciful servant and his encounter with Zacchaeus bring out how serious he is about this teaching. James McPolin SJ explains.
Maria worked [...]
Corkery SJ provides some clarification on the inquiry about God’s plan in our lives and why sometimes things just go wrong.
Does God really have a plan for our lives? If so, why do things go wrong so often?
One evening recently I was walking down a popular Dublin street and I [...]