That the countries which take in a great number of displaced persons and refugees may find support for their efforts which show solidarity. Pope Francis - November 2016
The annual Global Rosary Relay for the sanctification of priests on the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on 3 June 2016 circled the world in prayer once again, in this its seventh year, with more shrines than ever taking part in what is now recognised as a truly significant and powerful devotional initiative within the Catholic Church to recognise and bless the work of priests serving the faithful the world over.
As part of their annual charity drive, Dublin City University's Media Production Society have interviewed Laura Horan. The DCU student who was homeless as a child tells her story to raise awareness. Video: DCU MPS
The Redemptoristine Nuns, an enclosed order based in Dublin, talk about their work and how they connect to the outside world via a live video camera. http://www.rednuns.com/webcam/
Watch the full 45 minute lecture – Who is my neighbour? Building a ‘civilisation of love’ in an unequal world – delivered by Brother Philip Pinto cfc on the occasion of Trócaire’s 40th anniversary.
Fr John Butler gives a reflection at a gathering in St Catherine’s Salesian and Lay Community in Maynooth as part of the Irish pilgrimage of the Don Bosco relic.
Fr. M. Casey SDB introduces the Don Bosco Relic Pilgrimage around Ireland in Feb 2013 and also speaks about the significance of this pilgrimage for the whole Salesian family here.
Tony Curran explains the purpose of Catholic Comment, why he got involved as a speaker and his sense of the need for lay catholics to find their voice.
Jo Smith interviews Miriam Gormally about the interviews that Soul Waves Radio makes available weekly to over 30 local and community radio stations and posts to their website.
Fr Brendan Leahy explains that this book contains almost eighty short articles from a host of leading scholars on various treasures of the Christian tradition in Ireland from the fifth to the twenty-first century.