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Bishop pays tribute to 1,500 Irish Catholic missionaries

World Mission Sunday: an opportunity to recommit to the Church’s missionary activity.

2013.10.19.

Mercy Association leads action for Global Frackdown Day

Over 200 community groups from 20 countries involved in day of action.

2013.10.19.

All Ireland football hero launches Musik Makers’ CD

Ger Brennan pays tribute to the talent nurtured by inner city project.

2013.10.19.

Archbishop Martin leads reception for relics of St Anthony

Warns believers against feeling that the Church has to compromise on the authenticity of its teaching.

2013.10.18.

Science gives reasons to believe says Jesuit physicist

Evidence for creation and supernatural design in contemporary physics considered.

2013.10.18.

Vocations to religious life in UK on the up

Call for ‘culture of discernment’ to accompany young people on journey to religious life.

2013.10.18.

Budget numbers don’t add up Social Justice Ireland claims

No vision, no direction and no solutions in Budget 2014 SJI warns.

2013.10.17.

Call for cross border action on human trafficking

In 2011, Ruhama worked with victims of trafficking from 20 different countries.

2013.10.17.

Irish overseas volunteers much prized says Minister

New initiative aimed at increasing the number of Irish volunteers.

2013.10.17.

CPSMA disappointed at continued reduction in capitation grant

Reduction will exacerbate “very difficult financial situations facing many schools."

2013.10.16.

New booklet is aimed at tackling world hunger

1 in 8 people in our world will go hungry today.

2013.10.16.

Bishops and superiors urged to show sensitivity in appointments

Spiritan calls for more dialogue when clerical appointments are being made.

2013.10.16.

Archbishop expresses concern over religious and secular fundamentalism

Housing policies contribute to the formation of immigrant ghettos Archbishop of Dublin suggests.

2013.10.15.

New head of Catholic Primary Schools Management Association announced

Rev Dr Tom Deenihan is diocesan secretary in the diocese of Cork and Ross.

2013.10.15.

Labour TD urges Tánaiste to re-open Vatican embassy

Ireland should consider re-appointing a resident ambassador to the Vatican Deputy Michael McNamara suggests.

2013.10.15.

Pro Life gearing up to campaign for repeal of abortion act

Former Fine Gael representatives lend support to PLC's grassroots campaign.

2013.10.14.

Don’t glamourise teen suicide future Primate appeals

Archbishop Martin concerned that “glamorising” suicide could trigger copycat tragedies.

2013.10.14.

Bishop Nulty pays tribute to ‘powerful’ witness of diaconate

Kildare and Leighlin becomes fifth Irish diocese to restore ancient ministry.

2013.10.14.

Archdiocese of Tuam considering permanent diaconate

New pastoral plan distributed at Masses throughout the diocese this weekend.

2013.10.13.

Sacred art must look beyond surface to underlying reality

Conference to consider 'The Artist’s Dilemma’.

2013.10.13.

‘Solidarity must be the defining value of Budget 2014’

Bishops and Catholic groups appeal for an end to devastating austerity policies.

2013.10.13.

Archbishop defines some of the aims of Catholic education

Catholic education must reach out to those with unmet educational needs.

2013.10.12.

New diocesan administrator for Waterford and Lismore

Appointment of Mgr Nicholas O’Mahony follows resignation of Bishop Lee on health grounds.

2013.10.12.

Hospice Foundation welcomes hearings on ‘End of Life’ care

Today is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day.

2013.10.12.

CofI dismay over omission of God from Girlguide pledge

Words of new atheistic promise fall far short of Christian values.

2013.10.11.

Continue fight on abortion US pro life activist urges

Change of venue for Saturday's Pro Life Campaign AGM due to exceptional public interest.

2013.10.11.

Oscar-winning Javier Bardem campaigns for Western Sahara

New documentary tells a story which rarely reaches the media or the public.

2013.10.11.

SVP hopes smaller budget ‘take’ will result in less austerity

Those who are struggling throughout Ireland have suffered enough SVP warns.

2013.10.10.

Fr Iggy to be made the last Freeman of Drogheda

Civic recognition will honour all the work done in the town by the Augustinian priest.

2013.10.10.

Bishop Nulty rejoices in year of ‘firsts’ in KandLe

Kildare and Leighlin to ordain seven Permanent Deacons in Carlow on Sunday.

2013.10.10.
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