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Ordination of Shane Costello takes place in Knock

Archbishop Michael Neary told Shane that his responsibilities as a priest will be counter-cultural when he preaches Christ’s gospel: “As a priest of Jesus Christ you will proclaim his message, you will do so utilising your gifts, interests and insights but it will always be his message not your own preferences or prejudices,” said Archbishop Neary.


New family prayer card launched alongside pastoral message

Archbishop Michael Neary explained that many families, though under pressure with work and life demands, had asked for something to help them to pray.


Priest in Ireland says flooding in Kerala is severe

The situation in Kerala is considered the worst, and that area was also severely affected one year ago when rain and floods killed 480 people.


Reek Sunday is “very much a family occasion” – Bishop Monahan

Special focus on the family in preparation for World Meeting of Families 2018 as pilgrims invited to wear a special sticker as a symbol of bringing families with them in prayer as they made their ascent to the summit.


John Paul II awards celebrate the gift of young people

“It is my fervent hope that you will go forward from here to bring joy and hope to the life of the Church in your local parish area and beyond,” says Archbishop Neary.


Bishop of Meath pays tribute to Columban martyrs

One hundred years ago, on 10 October 1916, the Bishops of Ireland gave their blessing to a new venture known as the Maynooth Mission to China. It became known as the Society of St Columban on 29 June 1918.


Bishop elect ‘humbled and shocked’ at Killaloe appointment

49-year-old Fr Fintan Monahan will be installed as bishop at the Cathedral of Ss Peter and Paul in Ennis on Sunday 25 September.


Pope Francis announces new bishop for diocese of Killaloe

Fr Fintan Monahan is currently diocesan secretary in the archdiocese of Tuam and a member of the Communications Council of the Irish Episcopal Conference.


Donations to Trócaire in Tuam hit €8.5m in 20 years

“Staggering” sum for a rural diocese with a population of roughly 140,000 and at a time of economic recession.


Archbishop of Tuam is shocked at numbers of children buried in Tuam grave

Welcomes government enquiry, promises co-operation and "to seek to obtain a dignified re-interment of the remains of the children in consecrated ground in Tuam.”


People of Tuam gave Trócaire € 7.9m over 20 years

“Incredible generosity in difficult economic times from a diocese of just 122,000 people.”


Archdiocese of Tuam considering permanent diaconate

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

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