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Catholic formation platform launched in Ireland

Our mission is clear. We want to send well-formed Catholics into the world to carry out their apostolates, follow their vocations, and rebuild the Church, says Co-founder Edward Barrett-Shortt.


Syrian family move home for Christmas after 8 years of flight

“For me, returning home is like being reborn. I can’t even begin to describe the joy I am feeling," - Elias Ghattas.


Ashley Bratcher, star in pro-life film, in exclusive interview

I was one of those people who was middle of the road. I didn’t really know what happened during an abortion procedure. When Abby described it I just thought how blinded I had been – Ashley Bratcher.


Shamrock blessed at ecumenical service in DIT

St Patrick speaks of the importance of God and the Trinity; the triumph of good over evil; and autobiography as a vehicle of spiritual and personal expression.


‘Some want a society with no place for God’

Ireland’s understanding of God is becoming “increasingly ambiguous” Archbishop Diarmuid Martin warns in Christmas homily.


All faiths must work together on ecological crisis

Cardinal Peter Turkson sends message of support to two-day Islamic climate change symposium taking place in Istanbul.


Recover honour for marriage & family: Pope

Pontiff hits out at excesses of patriarchal cultures…multiple forms of ‘machismo’… and the instrumentalisation and commodification of the female body by media.


Stephen Fry’s rant about God is ‘naive’: priest

Denying the existence of God solves nothing and certainly doesn’t remove the problem of suffering or explain where it comes from: Fr Brian McKevitt.


‘What has God got to do with it?’

Pure in Heart hosts presentation to adolescents on healthy attitudes to love and relationships.


Christmas is the embodiment of hope

In their joint message, the Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Clogher say Christmas brings hope.


Big Bang compatible with divine Creator: Pope

"God created human beings and let them develop according to the internal laws that He gave to each one so they would reach fulfilment.”


Archbishop pays tribute to “powerful communicator”

Dr Neary launches ‘Earthing the Word: Selected Writings from the Furrow’ by the late Fr Tommy Waldron.


Council of Churches discusses Reformation’s legacy

German Protestant Church's special envoy for 500th anniversary of Reformation says Churches have to see the creative power of confessional difference.


People go on pilgrimage to search for peace: Bishop

Wealth and technology don't still the hunger of the soul, Dr Boyce warns.


Pope warns against excessive use of internet

The poducts of technology should simplify and improve the quality of life "but sometimes take attention away from what is really important.”


Medjugorje Youth Festival attracts 40,000

Festival celebrates 25th anniversary with young people from more than 60 countries.


Teams of Our Lady celebrate 50 years in Ireland

Movement has "stood the test of time" but needs to move outwards and spread the message to other couples.


Seminary open day at Maynooth

"See the surroundings, experience the life of a seminarian and allow God to work from there.”


CofI dismay over omission of God from Girlguide pledge

Words of new atheistic promise fall far short of Christian values.


Famous Catholic apologist to address Dublin conference

Two-day seminar led by Jesuit to discuss science, Dark Energy and God.


Pope emeritus in good form and very alert

Ratzinger Student Circle meets Pope Emeritus for special Mass.


Bishop pays tribute to St Munchin’s on 50th anniversary

Past pupils of Limerick's oldest school include many international rugby stars.


Enda Kenny says he is still a Catholic

Taoiseach's faith has not been damaged by the passing of the abortion legislation.


Unmasking God: Revealing God in the ordinary

This is a book of reflections where Daniel O'Leary puts us in touch with the beauty of relationship with God through the events and experiences of everyday life.


Glimpses of God: Reflections for days and seasons

126 pp. Veritas Publications. To purchase this book online, go to www.veritas.ie


Introduction About the Authors Lent & Easter

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The missing God who is not missed

Philip Fogarty SJ responds to the disappearance of the sense of God’s presence in the secular culture of our day, and he broaches in particular the question of how God can be understood in the context of a world of suffering.


Mothering God

The Irish in the Middle Ages had an intriguing way of expressing devotion to the Child Jesus. And it was more than mere fancy, writes Gilbert Márkus.


The experience of God: an invitation to do theology

Dermot Lane invites Christians to deepen their faith by exploring some of the fundamental issues of contemporary theology, such as the religious meaning of experience, the nature of Christian revelation and the place of grace and faith in Christian life.


The God I believe in and why

In this book, Maurice Reidy meets with four people: two are believers and two are not and explores their experiences of religious belief and unbelief. He shows that to believe in God is a reasonable decision and one that can be sustained. He concludes with a personal account of his [...]


A sign of God’s fidelity

Fr Oliver Treanor reflects on the miracle of the marriage feast of Cana and tries draw out what it means.

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