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BAI rejects complaint against broadcaster for comments about midlands parish

The presenter’s comment was neither balanced nor objective, and people’s beliefs for or against IVF should not have been dismissed in such a manner, according to the complainant.


Irish bishops engage Internet experts as Vatican launches cyberbullying watchdog

“There is great potential to communicate the truth of the Gospel on the digital highways. It is important that we do so at all times with compassion and love.”


Primate calls for review of relationship and sexuality education in RC schools

“Catholic schools should seek to promote a positive self-image and attitude to our bodies, an appreciation of the gift of sexuality,” says Archbishop Eamon Martin.


Prisons cannot be seen as mere “dumping grounds”

Archbishop Eamon Martin marks the opening of Prisons Week by suggesting that our prisons should be places where lives can be changed and turned around for the better.


President promotes ‘ethics of friendship’

Students urged to value each other equally regardless of religion, ethnicity, social background or sexual orientation.


Elderly Religious going through a ‘very difficult time’

Congregations urged to check whether elderly members are experiencing bullying.


Bishops and superiors urged to show sensitivity in appointments

Spiritan calls for more dialogue when clerical appointments are being made.


Cork teens’ wristband helping to combat cyberbullying

Wristband contains built-in USB device for capturing evidence of bullying.

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