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Ethnic recognition for Travellers is a milestone on a long road to equality

“I have 26 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren – I hope they grow up in a world where they won't face discrimination,” said Missy Collins of Pavee Point.

2017.03.12.

Inaugural service of Week of Prayer recalls barriers to unity

Journey towards Christian unity is progressing but people need to be more aware of its forward momentum, says authority on ecumenism.

2017.01.20.

Making the Church safer for children

As a result of the decline in the number of complaints received, the Child Safeguarding and Protection Service can give more time to helping parishes ensure that they create and maintain safe environments for children.

2016.12.12.

Bring some food to Mass next week

Goods will be used to help stock food banks that help the neediest families and individuals.

2016.11.28.

Dublin funeral policy for how we grieve today

All parishes are encouraged to have funeral ministry teams trained in offering support to the bereaved.

2016.10.31.

Senator urges next Govt to deliver political reform

“It will be unforgivable if our politicians backslide from their recent commitment to parliamentary reform as a prerequisite for allowing a new government to get going.”

2016.03.28.

Former soldier to be ordained in St Mel’s today

Longford native Seamus O’Rourke (56) will be ordained for the Diocese of Ardagh & Clonmacnois by Bishop Francis Duffy.

2015.06.21.

2,000 Irish pilgrims depart for Lourdes

Seven specially chartered flights left Dublin Airport on Sunday with 175 sick pilgrims, 60 nurses, eight doctors and 560 volunteers from archdiocese of Dublin.

2014.09.08.
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