Motherʼs faith overcame doctors' advice to abort over suspected deformities.
House of Bishops to make appointment following failiure of Electoral College to agree.
City and people urged to concentrate on building a better future.
Association monitors anti-catholic and anti-family biases in mainstream media.
Fr Tom Norris hints that Cardinal Dolan’s visitation report wasn’t “totally satisfactory.”
Bishop warns faith in God pushed from homes to the sidelines.
Down and Connor to launch diocesan pastoral plan.
2015 will mark the 1,400th anniversary of Saint Columban's death in Italy.
Coptic Church criticises western media's coverage of violence which has left 600 dead.
'Faith of Our Fathers' conference organised by Catholic Voice for Kilkenny.
Speakers address hundreds of young Catholics in Roscrea on faith and morals.
The number of those who need charity's help may be much higher.
New Drogheda convent a 'thanks' for the service Irish nuns in USA.
Shrine to be refurbished and promoted internationally.
Initiative aimed at recognising "the great gift and value of priesthood".
Priest anointed young driver at crash site in the USA.
Primate describes Knock as “synonymous with the sick.”
15,000 pilgrims in Knock for Feast of the Assumption and the Consecration of Ireland.
Feast of the Assumption is one of the biggest days of the year in Knock.
Collection of essays is co-edited by Bishop of Limerick, Dr Brendan Leahy.
64% of 230 charities experienced a decline in income in first half of the year.
Secular songs, poems and texts devoid of a Christian content banned.
Concern over how easily greed, self-interest and corruption took hold in the lives of so many and left the country with enormous debts.
Archbishop's parents are from Cavan and Sligo.
App is designed to encourage visitors to explore the city's two magnificent cathedrals.
New appointment announced in clerical changes for Diocese of Clogher.
Hospitality ministry aimed at English-speaking pilgrims who take part in the Camino.
Award honours Irish priest’s role in saving the lives of 6,500 Jews and allied prisoners of war during World War Two.
Call for restraint as efforts to build a shared future redoubled.
Some want the voice of faith and religion relegated to the private sphere Archbishop Eamon Martin warns.