“All priests who are aged 70 years or older and those who have underlying health conditions are not expected to take part in frontline pastoral ministry,” says Bishop Duffy, excusing more than a third of his priests from face-to-face duties.
"I thank him for his outstanding service to date in our Diocese and know that you will all join with me in wishing him every blessing in his new role" – Bishop Duffy.
“Above all, he has served countless people as a priest and it is this priestly ministry which the people of the diocese and his many friends celebrate.”
“Imagine if everyone could find their unique ‘call within a call’; say their personal ‘Here I am, Lord’ and become part of the new evangelisation in Ireland!”
A resolution has been made more difficult because of disagreement over the Northern Ireland Language Act, which would give legal status and protections to the use of the Irish language in Northern Ireland.
“Pray that Ireland will continue to earnestly support and care for the right to life of the unborn child.”
We have lost a deeply committed and faithful priest, whose gentle devotion and kindness endeared him to his fellow priests and to all whom he served.
A suggestion that the Diocesan Trust has a problem with the symbol of the poppy is quite untrue.
“The notion of embracing the challenges of Lough Derg would appear to be nonsense. But it is glorious nonsense – it is the most wonderful witness to the most profound spiritual values.”
Bishop MacDaid had bravely tried to continue to the best of his abilities with his mission, but deteriorating condition means his episcopal responsibilities were affecting his health.
Bishop Liam MacDaid of Clogher and Archbishop Eamon Martin pray for 43 dead in French crash as appeals made for safe driving in Ireland this weekend.
Priests ordained for Armagh, Cashel & Emly, Clogher and Cloyne.
Four men to be ordained this weekend for the dioceses of Armagh, Cashel & Emly and Clogher.
“Truly this is a rather special moment in history when the successor of St Peter humbly invites all the baptised to assist in finding solutions to pastoral problems."
"Church must always offer a place of welcome to families in all circumstances, especially to those who find themselves in difficulties."
In their joint message, the Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Clogher say Christmas brings hope.
On World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims Dr McDaid recalls the 160 people have lost their lives on Irish roads so far this year.
New appointment announced in clerical changes for Diocese of Clogher.
Resurgence in vocations sees six men studying for priesthood in diocese.