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Pope reassures rape victim with personal telephone call

"It was like being touched by the hand of God" mother of six enthuses.

2013.08.31.

Pope and King agree dialogue the “only option” for Syria

Church leaders oppose intervention as British Govt motion on military action defeated.

2013.08.30.

Jesuit urges Govt to fulfill regeneration commitment

Inertia around Moyross facelift spawning new generation of criminals.

2013.08.30.

Bishop McAreavey resumes duties in the diocese of Dromore

Every priest in the diocese will be met individually during September.

2013.08.30.

Bishop pays tribute to St Munchin’s on 50th anniversary

Past pupils of Limerick's oldest school include many international rugby stars.

2013.08.29.

New health centre in Philippines funded by Irish donors

St Brigid's Clinic will provide medical services to the Badjao people in Cebu.

2013.08.29.

Concern over increased spending on alcohol

Irish people spent €6.35 billion on alcohol in 2012 new figures reveal.

2013.08.29.

Theologian provides fresh insights into 6th century saint

Conference launches preparations to mark 1,400th anniversary of St Columban's death.

2013.08.28.

President honours Santiago de Compostela rail victims

Archbishop Barrio Barrio accompanies President Higgins to lay a wreath in cathedral.

2013.08.28.

Fr Liam Lawton to lead Ladywell Novena

Up to 1,000 expected to attend long established prayer tradition in Co Laois.

2013.08.28.

Twenty new seminarians begin studying for the priesthood

"Be courageous!" President of Maynooth urges student priests.

2013.08.27.

Omagh parish celebrates first ordination in 25 years

New priest will serve in the Diocese of Derry.

2013.08.27.

Pope calls for peace solution to end Syria’s woes

8.4m people in urgent need of humanitarian aid according to Trócaire.

2013.08.27.

Criminalise buyers of sex Ruhama urges

Huge increase in migrant women in sex trade over the last decade.

2013.08.26.

Argentina’s oldest bishop has Irish roots

Parents of 100-year-old prelate emigrated from Ireland to Buenos Aires.

2013.08.26.

‘Catholicism’ series helps deepen Irish faith

Tributes paid to Fr Robert Barron for bringing new light to fundamentals of Catholicism.

2013.08.26.

Pope pushes for response to human trafficking

"The trade in human persons constitutes a shocking offence against human dignity and a grave violation of fundamental human rights”.

2013.08.25.

Ratzinger Schülerkreis to meet without Pope Emeritus

Participants to attend a Mass celebrated by Benedict XVI at the conclusion of the seminar.

2013.08.25.

Witness of faith in education vital – Archbishop Martin

“We do not need a conformist Church" but one of authentic commitment to the Gospel.

2013.08.25.

Priest rounds on culture of celebrity in Irish media

Vincent Browne accused of fronting “an unintelligible rant” in his ‘Challenging God‘ series.

2013.08.24.

Pro Life groups critical of ‘false’ abortion claim story

"This was not an abortion but an intervention necessary to save a mother" - Life Institute.

2013.08.24.

Bishop Daly pays tribute to former press secretary

"A man who served the Church and people with unfailing courtesy, respect and professionalism.”

2013.08.23.

Pope calls student by telephone in response to letter

Nineteen-year-old and Pope Francis 'joked' during conversation.

2013.08.23.

Reports of Vatican appointment for Archbishop dismissed

Dublin Archdiocese say claims are “totally without foundation.”

2013.08.23.

Death of former press secretary to Irish Bishops

Jim Cantwell oversaw John Paul II's visit to Ireland during 25 years as press director.

2013.08.23.

Historian slates media’s ‘intolerance and disregard’ of Catholic positions

Fordham University professor critical of "enthusiastic misinterpretation of the Second Vatican Council.”

2013.08.22.

Mystical experience prompted Benedict’s resignation

The "charisma" of Pope Francis affirms his decision to resign the papacy.

2013.08.22.

Bishop Boyce urges laity to hold fast to the faith

New and ever changing culture "is often impervious to traditional faith values."

2013.08.22.

“A long way to Tipperary – a long way to peace” Malala warns

Tipperary peace prize laureate calls for abolition of laws “that go against the rights of women and children.”

2013.08.21.

Twins saved from abortion are now priests

Motherʼs faith overcame doctors' advice to abort over suspected deformities.

2013.08.21.
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