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Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

Anglican-Jewish Commission gathers in Dublin for first time

Meetings at Terenure synagogue will focus on ‘Memory, Community and Identity’.


Vatican role for Marie Collins welcomed

Her voice is that of someone "not afraid to call the leadership in the Church to responsibility.”


Archbishop distressed by Dublin priest’s abuse

61-year-old sentenced to seven years for child sexual abuse.


Nuncio and Archbishop mark Pope’s inauguration

"Temptation to acclaim the things we like and shy away from other aspects of his teaching."


Archbishop and Bishop concerned by violence

“It is really damaging the fabric of the way we live."


President leads mourners at Christine Buckley’s funeral

Campaigner shone light on failure of Church and State towards children.


Archbishop launches Emmanuel 2014 Concert Series

The Church “has lost its sense of fun” - it must reach out in a different way to young people.


Faith can never be imposed Archbishop warns

Reaching out to those outside the Church is not about “a checklist of morality.”


Archbishop affirms NBSCCCI’s work as “vital”

Former CEO accuses Church authorities of limiting NBSCCCI's role “by covert means.”


Minister addresses concerns on divesting of schools

Archbishop warns of resistance as everybody is in favour of diversity except for their own school.


Appeal for temperate language in gay marriage debate

Archbishop warns against harsh vindictive language at Mass for the sick.


Comiskey coverage about selling newspapers: Bishop

Ferns successor dismisses interview as a stunt to make money.


Church leaders defend religious education in schools

Good religious education is a “fundamental part of the DNA of a pluralist system”.


Binge drinking linked with rape Archbishop warns

Irish Bishops Drugs Initiative holds national conference in Dublin at weekend.


Archbishop opens new centre for faith and dialogue

Faith should enrich our reflection, as a society, on the value of life, Archbishop Martin suggests.


Irish embassy to Holy See to re-open

Widespread welcome for news of re-opening of "scaled back" embassy at the Vatican


Foster peace and reconciliation Archbishop urges

Children of wars among the largest group of victims in 2013.


Govt warned against triumphalism over Troika’s exit

Spending madly in the sales will give some satisfaction but leaves you empty - Archbishop.


Christmas is not just a day, it is a way of life: Archbishop

“Christmas spontaneously releases generosity."


Archbishop praises “extraordinary” response to food appeal

€1.3 million raised in Dublin for the Philippines and Syria.


Ecumenical service for people of the Philippines

One month on from Typhoon Haiyan, close to 2,000 are still missing, and 5,670 are recorded dead.


ALONE shares ‘The Twelve Faces of Christmas’

Public urged to remember older people in need at this time of year.


Church in Ireland on the way to renewal: Archbishop Martin

Archbishop notes churches are increasingly filled and parishes have a renewed enthusiasm.


Church leader warns against xenophobic behaviour

Dialogue between faiths is not just for scholars and theologians - it is a public good in society.


Irish bishops pay tribute to Nelson Mandela

"A true visionary and a powerful advocate for the need to engage in the harsh realities created by conflict in a spirit of truth, justice and human rights."


Archbishop Martin deplores knife and gun culture

Church leader expresses “horror” at brutal killing in the Phoenix Park.


Archbishop Martin to receive Vincentian Charism Award

Recognition of Archbishop's leadership in addressing child protection within the Church.


Church cannot afford to let its guard down on safeguarding

Archbishop warns “sexual predators will seek out our weak points and break through the weaknesses of our systems.”


Crosscare in urgent need of food supplies Archbishop warns

“The shelves of the food bank are empty, the food is not there” - Archbishop Martin.


Archbishop pays tribute to Trócaire at anniversary Mass

A Catholic agency can never renounce its Catholic identity, Archbishop Martin warns.

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