Trócaire said the move to future-proof the traditional countertop donation box comes as people are spending less cash at the till.
The Society of Missionary Children is governed by World Missions Ireland which supports missionaries and mission projects in up to 80 countries.
“By investing in fossil fuel industries, Ireland is funding climate change,” Eamonn Meehan of Trócaire warns.
Trócaire warns that deal is a road map for urgent action as opposed to a definitive solution to protect people from the impacts of climate change.
Instrumentum laboris deemed to be overly preoccupied with the problems of marriage and family life and doesn't provide enough encouragement.
“It demonstrates to our elected representatives that protection of creation is important to us” - Bishop John McAreavey.
Last year, 356 missionary projects were approved for funding by Misean Cara, which is financed by up to €14 million from Irish Aid.
Government should strengthen Climate Action Bill in line with recommendations of the Joint Committee of the Environment.
"We cannot let Ireland continue to shirk its responsibilities around climate change."
Climate change, Trócaire director warns, is the single biggest threat to humanity but the political system has refused to address it.
Mission Sunday takes place today October 19.
ONE meal cookery challenge seeks dinner menus to feed a family of six for €5.
VMM's contribution to international development highlighted.