Mourners attending the funeral Mass at the Church of St James of Jerusalem in Co Armagh of NI's former Deputy First Minister and the former deputy leader of the SDLP were told he was “a man of deep faith”.
‘God is real, Christ is alive, He is present, He wants to befriend each one of us, forgive us, heal us, free us, involve us in the loving community of faith and make our lives better,’ said Bishop Michael Duignan in his first address as a member of the Irish hierarchy.
Bishop Gerard Clifford lived out his motto "May they all be one" says Cardinal Brady.
“A tireless peacemaker and bridge-builder” who was one of the “great figures of the ecumenical movement in Ireland – a role he accomplished through gentle friendship and witness”.
Archbishop Martin will be interviewed by Dame Anne Widdecome in a BBC 'Songs of Praise' special on Sunday evening which also features interviews with Loreto Sisters about Mother Teresa’s time in Dublin.
"In new and unfamiliar countries the Irish pub, GAA club, provide a kind of home from home, a familiar place to gather, but so too the Church can provide a sense of home from home.”
Priests ordained for Armagh, Cashel & Emly, Clogher and Cloyne.
Psychiatrist, Norbertines and Gardaí knew as early as 1974 that Smyth was a paedophile.
Church of Ireland Primate gives presidential address at Armagh diocesan synod.
Cardinal Brady pays tribute to Irish Saint at a Mass of Thanksgiving to celebrate the opening of the Jubilee Year commemorating the 1400th anniversary of the Saint’s death.
Without Dr Paisley “peace would not have been delivered” - Cardinal Brady.
Retiring Primate of All Ireland says highlight of his life was to have taken part in the conclave that elected Pope Francis.
“I look forward to the day when my resignation will be accepted.”
Concrete humanitarian steps needed in order to respond to the desperate situation of Iraqi Christians and all minorities Cardinal Brady warns.
New civil war would threaten the existence of the country’s “very fragile” minority groups.
“St Oliver teaches us that our lives will only make sense if we place ourselves in God’s hands and allow the Holy Spirit to guide us to new life.” - Dom Aidan Bellenger
Dom Aidan Bellenger, Abbot of Downside Abbey, the location of St Oliver's tomb, to preach homily.
Pope hosts “unprecedented prayer initiative” for two Middle Eastern leaders and Patriarch.
Ascension Day is feast of hope. God's plan for the whole world is slowly but surely being rolled out, says Cardinal.
3,000 Irish pilgrims attend canonisation of John XXIII and John Paul II.
"Great fear is that too many will conclude that the peace process is now done and dusted."
Bishop Donal McKeown intends to "be available and be accessible" to the people of Derry.
Collection of essays will be presented to Pope Francis in Rome next week.
"Bishop Donal brings many gifts to his new role": Archbishop Eamon Martin.
Rev Michael Barry annoys gay rights activists by suggesting that people who are gay should stay celibate.
Widespread welcome for news of re-opening of "scaled back" embassy at the Vatican
Dean of St Anne's hopes service will be a springboard for future endeavours on faith and unity.
Cardinal Brady discusses fraternity and the impasse in NI talks in New Year's homily.
Primate invites politicians to support Pope Francis' call for all out action on global hunger.