"As we face the future, we must remember that the Lord who called us, whom we surrendered to on the day of our ordination, the Lord who placed His hands upon our head, that same Lord is calling us now!" – Bishop Dempsey.
“We are so trapped in a culture that induces us to look in the mirror and pamper ourselves, that we think that an altruistic gesture is enough, without the need to get directly involved.”
“As I begin my new ministry as Bishop of Meath, pray with me that all who minister in this diocese will treasure and foster that sense of joy that transcends our own worries, failings and shortcomings, and enables us to reach out to others.”
“During the cordial discussions, satisfaction was expressed for the good existing bilateral relations between the Holy See and the United States of America, as well as the joint commitment in favour of life, and freedom of worship and conscience” – The Holy See Press Office.
“For those corrupted by love of riches, nothing exists beyond their own ego. Those around them do not come into their line of sight.”
The Pope has expressed his desire to attend and a visit by the Pope would bring great joy to Irish Catholics, but confirmation unlikely before the end of 2017.
“This is why I want a Church which is poor and for the poor. They have much to teach us." Evangelii Gaudium 
Cardinal Vincent Nichols and We Are Church Ireland commend Pope on the vitality and freshness that he has sustained over the past three years.
“A city in which one man suffers less is a better city” - Caritas Rome founder Don Luigi Di Liegro.
“A culture of machismo, superficial ideas of love, unreal and illusory notions of romance - all of these can undermine tenderness in relationships today."
President of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace pays first visit to Belfast.
Archbishop Kieran O'Reilly to focus on preaching the Word, tackling trafficking and promoting missionary communion in Cashel & Emly.
The Church in Ireland is on a “journey inwards and a journey outwards” which “may in time lead to a national synod”: Archbishop Eamon Martin.
New features incorporated into the calendar include a ‘Thought for Today’ voiced by contributors including members of the hierarchy.
Ordination of Fr Marius O'Reilly on Sunday is the second for the diocese this year.
Archbishop Eamon Martin concelebrates Mass in Italy to mark 1,400th anniversary of death of St Columbanus.
Motivation must be the spread of the Kingdom of God through the building up of human solidarity and a more just world: Bishop McKeown
Bishop Leahy pays tribute to Donal Walsh who “encouraged us all to really value the gift of every moment.”
"We all bear responsibility to protect and value creation for the good of future generations.”
No room for exclusivity within the Church Archbishop Martin warns in Australian address.
Theologians discuss the power of theology to overcome abuses in Church and society.
Veritas orders sixth print run of Pope's Apostolic Exhortation.
Archbishop Martin addresses up to 800 people from Ireland and UK at national charismatic renewal conference.
‘The Joy of the Gospel’ is the theme of 45th summer gathering.
“As citizens of the European Union we have a role to play in shaping its future.”
“To choose a life as a priest or religious in contemporary Ireland is a radical option, although a hugely fulfilling one.” – Bishop McKeown.
Current stalemate between priest and Church authorities symptomatic of ‘web of obsessions and procedures’.
Edition includes a prayer by Blessed John Henry Newman and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.
"What we are seeing is a major repositioning of the Church internally and in its relationship to the world.”
Sales surpass all expectations as Veritas considers possible fifth print run.