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Meath prepares to welcome new bishop

The man to be the next Bishop of Meath, Tom Deenihan, has a wealth of experience in the field of education, having been a teacher, a diocesan education secretary and general secretary of the Catholic Primary School Managers Association.

2018.09.01.

Calls for Citizens’ Assembly to recommend school patronage reforms

"Catholic schools are most welcoming of people of different faiths. This is not a reason for maintaining patronage of most of the primary schools in the country, when more and more people want something else." – Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin

2018.06.02.

Focus on care for the earth in Catholic Schools Week 2017

“Catholic education has played a key role in the integration of new communities into Ireland and is one of the most valuable things we have” – CPSMA

2017.01.28.

CPSMA announces new General Secretary

Board of CPSMA expresses its appreciation to Fr Tom Deenihan, who has been General Secretary for almost three years, and brought enormous energy and commitment to the role.

2016.05.28.

Educate politicians on Catholic education: CPSMA

The debate on Catholic primary schools has focused more on ideology than on reality: Fr Tom Deenihan.

2016.02.27.

CPMSA and Bishops’ Council back NCCA consultation

Some concerns that new programme will "adversely affect religious instruction and a faith-based school’s characteristic spirit.”

2015.11.05.

Catholic schools are not selective or sectarian: CPSMA

Regrettable that debate on inclusion and inclusivity has focused on religious affiliation.

2014.03.02.
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