“Evidently, many of the Western powers have an interest in seeing the violence continue, and their profits are more important than our lives” – Bishop Kientega.
“The Word of God neither ages nor ceases to be relevant, no matter what changes occur in our society.”
“I, along with many others, have held this family in my prayers and will continue to pray that Tafida and her parents are strengthened by the presence and mercy of God, and by the support of all who know and love her.”
“The pro-life people of Ireland have suffered greatly in recent years, fighting against the culture of death, against misinformation and seemingly against the tide of public opinion,” says Abby Johnson, protagonist.
Publisher of book form of thesis says Ms McAleese’s analysis charts a distinct and worrying sea change in the attitude of the Holy See to its obligations under the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
“We owe cooperation to our justice system and there exists a distinct, defensible duty to obey the law.”
“When I was there last year I met this family where the nine-year-old son, who has four sisters and a mother, is the man of the house because the husband got killed in the war.”
7,000 businessmen and women from Italy’s largest manufacturing association reflect with Pontiff on the ethics of doing business.
Baroness O'Loan concerned at the increasing marginalisation of religion, particularly Christianity, even in nations which place great emphasis on tolerance.
Report by UCC academics says there needs to be a very significant improvement in the teaching of RE as many pupils and some teachers see it as a doss subject.
The problem is that people love God but in a way that is not right." Some have a "possessive love for God: 'That is my God, not your God': Dr Mohammed Ali Shomali.
The focus is on the Bible but looked at from different perspectives using the lens of film, music, ethics and law.
Jesuit recommends cross-community education and training course at TCD about the 1912-1922 period in Irish/British history.
“The Christian vocation is to seek out and accompany those who suffer a long ‘Good Friday’, and open to them the promise of resurrection."
Bill needs to be revised to better take into account the best interests of children warns new group, Mothers and Fathers Matter.
Archbishop says having clear norms and common reporting standards which act as benchmarks will be of great help to entire charity sector.
'Mothers and Fathers Matter' group says legislation 'normalises' situation where a child is deprived of a right to a biological mother and father.
Dialogue with social, economic, education, culture, spiritual groupings sought on a shared vision for Irish society.
Euthanasia is fast becoming a default mode of dying for cancer patients in the Netherlands.
Need to bring “accountability to unaccountable forces encouraging fear in our world".
Spin is rarely the friend of transparency and weakens trust in institutions.
Author James Featherby will lecture on ethical ways of doing business.
Pope expresses dismay over throwaway culture that discards human beings not considered valuable.
‘Fair Play Hall of Fame’ to honour rugby star Nevin Spence who died tragically last year.