“What a tragedy and blemish that the long-present, beloved and treasured Jewish families of our community should suffer yet again such actions of disrespect, violence to the memory of their beloved dead."
“By removing a peace wall we open a door to a new shared space and I believe we should be ambitious in our efforts.”
For the first time in the history of St Anne’s a Roman Catholic Priest will serve on the Cathedral Chapter.
Rector of Holy Cross Church in Belfast, Fr Gary Donegan, has revealed that his great grand-uncle fought with an Irish Regiment at the Somme and was later decorated for his courage.
One Day More says politicians pushing to extend abortion law do not represent them. "Many of our members say that they received little or no support when they were given their diagnosis."
“To intimidate clergy, social and community workers and all those who are working tirelessly and peacefully in the service of their local community ... is a weak and cowardly act."
“The reality is I work where I work, I take the risks that I take - but I'm not Dougal out of 'Fr Ted', I don't do daft things.”
Br Philip Mulryne, who is originally from St Oliver’s Parish in Lenadoon, will return for a special mission next week to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Drink is at the root of "vast majority of incidents". The entertainment & hospitality industries & stakeholders on the streets "need to address drink issues together".
Ongoing industrial problems at West Belfast’s largest post-primary school over the past few months has seen a number of parental protests.
“As a society, let us be more determined than ever to work for peace and for the good of each other” - Bishop Noel Treanor.
“We gave a subtitle to the 4 Corners Festival - ‘Bringing Belfast Together’. We want people to see that everybody is welcome in every part of the city.”
Former president will teach on the MA Irish Studies programme at St Mary’s University, specifically on its ‘New Perspectives on Irish History’ seminar series.
"What lessons can be learnt ... in order to shape an Ireland that is confidently inclusive, peaceful, just, compassionate and prosperous?"
The first phase of restoration work on 200 year old St Patrick's church in Belfast will cost in the region of £1.5m, with total works likely to exceed £5m.
Ruan Pienaar, Wiehahn Herbst and Paul Marshall will be interviewed by the BBC’s Mark Simpson St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast on 25 January.
“I was transported back; I could not help it because there I became familiar with violence, I know how it works, and now it is here" - Fr Aidan Troy.
Church leaders call for prayers to be said in churches across the country today for those killed and injured in the "barbaric and monstrous attacks" in Paris.
New batch of seminarians is up on last year's cohort of 14 and brings the total number of resident seminarians training in Maynooth to sixty.
Platinum selling group, which is made up of three Catholic priests, have recorded four albums and written a book recounting their musical journey.
Belfast priest "traumatised" after being held hostage, while two priests in Omagh held at gunpoint days earlier.
Royal visitors viewed St Patrick’s most treasured artwork, the ‘Madonna of the Lakes’ altarpiece, painted and gifted to the parish by one of its renowned sons, Sir John Lavery.
Commemoration Mass held at Mercy Primary School in Belfast and special memorial garden opened at the nuns’ former home.
President of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace pays first visit to Belfast.
Plan to claw back £1m from the budget of St Mary's teacher training college overruled.
Ten charities honoured including Trócaire, Christian Aid, Habitat NI, Tear Fund and Concern.
"Very often vocations come much later on and life experience is a wonderful asset" - Bishop Pat Storey.
Dean Sammy Crooks, who died in a road accident in 1986, staged his first Christmas sit-out for charities in 1976, establishing a tradition continued by all his successors.
Mercy Sisters “struggling to cope with their sudden parting from us.”
Renowned journalist John Allen Jr suggests papacy of Francis represents a Kairos moment for the whole Church.