The event was organised by the Focolare Movement, inspired by Jesus’ prayer to the Father, “May they all be one”.
Prompt and generous response to Catholic Comment appeal for ‘Catholic Voices’ in the media for WMOF18.
A sense of humour is the human attitude closest to the grace of God, advises pontiff.
Archbishop Eamon Martin is convinced that a constructive culture of engagement, rather than a pointless culture war, is the best way to ensure that the voice of faith, communicating the Family, can be heard.
Comments follow recent war of words between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and the US President Donald Trump over their respective nuclear weapons capability.
Christians are rediscovering a monk who was a Catholic, a reformer, a figure around whom much unity in faith is being re-forged, comments Bishop of Down and Connor, Noel Treanor.
On this continent, where the Church is a minority, the challenges are intense. We must promote dialogue among religions and cultures - Pope Francis
Former US President calls on people of Northern Ireland to finish the work of peace “so we can all have a future together”.
Language of love creates event like ‘meeting of two families’ in Kildare.
“Catholics and Anglicans will work together to give voice to our common faith in the Lord Jesus Christ,” say Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, in Common Declaration.
Historic appointment in Belfast cathedral strengthens the common mission to "witness to Christ and promote reconciliation, peace and unity."
Pope Francis warns humanity against “the deafening silence of indifference and selfishness” before the cry of those who live under the threat of bombs and plead for peace.
"If I speak of Islamic violence, I must speak of Catholic violence... and no, not all Muslims are violent, not all Catholics are violent. It is like a fruit salad; there's everything."
"May God preserve the memory of the Armenian people. Memories should not be watered down or forgotten; memory is a source of peace and of the future."
In the current climate of mistrust, Focolare's message of dialogue and unity has a vital role to play in forging "bonds of understanding" between people says Focolare Co-director.
The Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith and Reason will not be just an intellectual debating centre, but will also “work in the formation of an active and committed faith community of young people”.
The “valuable work carried out to date to build new relationships across these islands must not be undermined.”
Head of the Church in England and Wales, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, gives address at symposium on St Thomas a Becket at Lambeth Palace.
Pope Francis stressed the need to move away from a “liquid economy" to create dignified and well-paying jobs.
Guide on document states: “The Pope's vision of society is inclusive. Such inclusion involves the effort to accept diversity, to dialogue with those who think differently..."
The vision and motto of the Apostleship of Prayer's Click To Pray app is “Together, we make a difference every day.”
There is a need for “for mid-term and long-term planning which is not limited to emergency responses” Pontiff warns diplomatic corps.
40 churchmen pray for safe release of Orthodox Bishop of Aleppo, Mar Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim, kidnapped in 2013 and the release of Metropolitan Boulos.
Across our community, our churches and our conflict Fr Gerry Reynolds CSsR forged new relationships so that old differences could be resolved.
“We have a responsibility to pass on the beauty of nature in its integrity to future generations, and an obligation to exercise a just stewardship of the gifts we have received."
Church leaders call for prayers to be said in churches across the country today for those killed and injured in the "barbaric and monstrous attacks" in Paris.
Religions must respect legitimate autonomy of the secular order. Imposing a political programme in the name of God is making yourself into God.
Unique ecumenical document - ‘Declaration on the Way: Church, Ministry and Eucharist’ - marks a pathway towards greater visible unity between two Churches.
Preparation for Limerick's synod in 2016 continues as diocese hears from business, sporting, local government and arts communities.
‘Limerick: What is our Mission?’ will bring together people from the world of business, the arts, sport, politics, the heads of third level colleges and city councillors.