Conference to consider 'The Artist’s Dilemma’.
Bishops and Catholic groups appeal for an end to devastating austerity policies.
Catholic education must reach out to those with unmet educational needs.
Appointment of Mgr Nicholas O’Mahony follows resignation of Bishop Lee on health grounds.
Today is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day.
Words of new atheistic promise fall far short of Christian values.
Change of venue for Saturday's Pro Life Campaign AGM due to exceptional public interest.
New documentary tells a story which rarely reaches the media or the public.
Those who are struggling throughout Ireland have suffered enough SVP warns.
Civic recognition will honour all the work done in the town by the Augustinian priest.
Kildare and Leighlin to ordain seven Permanent Deacons in Carlow on Sunday.
Education is not aimed just at exam results Archbishop highlights at centenary celebrations.
Church of Ireland invites all to pray for peace in conflict-wracked Syria.
Wristband contains built-in USB device for capturing evidence of bullying.
Two cross-border initiatives taking place in Derry over 9-10 October on suicide.
Archbishop Martin addresses members of the judiciary at a Mass to mark the start of the new law term.
Contribution recognises unprecedented scale of the crisis - Minister Costello.
"No person should ever be marginalised or set aside," Bishop Duffy.
Implementation of Share the Good News has not been “as forceful as is needed.”
Bishop McAreavey ordains Diocese of Dromore’s first two Permanent Deacons.
New book explores why do we pray and what does praying do for us, for God and for the world?
TY faith ‘gathering’ in Knock a great success.
Cardinal Brady to lead ceremonies at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral in Athlone.
Pontiff rails against culture of rejection and throwaway mentality.
Three issues from within culture of life of particular concern at this time.
Historic moment for diocese as two married men prepare for ordination.
Vatican’s C8 discuss revised and reformed Curia.
Increased energy costs over past three years has negated value of allowance.
Project seeks to start public conversation on the state and delivery of Irish public services.
‘Care for Life: It’s Worth It’ focuses on care for unborn and mothers, the elderly and the suicidal.