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Real vocation of grandparent is to pass on the faith

"With my last breath, please God, I will be passing on the faith," says Catherine Wiley.

2015.07.26.

Faithful will step up to the mark in parishes as vocations fall

Bishop of Limerick sees vocations challenge being transformed into opportunity, but urges people who feel inklings of call, to "be generous". "We need you."

2015.07.24.

Church leaders pay tribute to catechism groups

Studying the catechism in groups brings us into contact with the Lord in his 'transfigured beauty' - Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Charles Brown.

2015.07.11.

New social context poses challenges for priests

Gospel must be offered to the world in a "radically new way" Bishop Dominique Rey of Fréjus in France tells Maynooth conference.

2015.07.10.

One million pilgrims greet Pope at Quito Mass

Ecuador – together with other countries bordering the Amazon – has an opportunity to become a teacher of integral ecology.

2015.07.08.

Atheist Ireland objects to revamped Angelus on RTÉ

Editor of Religious Programmes at RTÉ, Roger Childs, rejects contention that the Angelus is biased in favour of Catholics.

2015.06.27.

Good response to pilot station Radio Maria Ireland

"Initially we will reach out to those devoted to the Church, but once we are established we hope to bring lukewarm Catholics back to faith."

2015.06.20.

Regular Mass attendance at 20% in Down & Connor

"Parents and grandparents today need our ongoing support and challenge to live up to the promises they undertake on behalf of their children” - Bishop Treanor.

2015.05.20.

Church must reach out to those in irregular situations

Experience of failure & struggle cannot be irrelevant in arriving at the way we proclaim the Church’s teaching on marriage & family.

2015.05.12.

Women entering UK convents hits 25 year high

From a low point of 7 in 2004, the numbers have steadily increased to a high point of 45 in 2014.

2015.04.23.

New centre aims to support beleaguered Christians

"The Christians are suffering. They are being hounded out of the Middle East." The Saxum project is one project that people can help them according to Opus Dei.

2015.04.11.

“The Church today cannot cling to the status quo”

“If you want to be a fisher of people you have to push the boat out": Bishop Donal McKeown.

2015.04.07.

Anglicans & Methodists mark new stage in unity

Publication being launched today in Downpatrick aims to overcome centuries of separate ministries by the two Christian traditions.

2015.03.17.

Church must listen to married couples: Archbishop

The sacrament of marriage is a sacrament given for the building up of the Church.

2015.03.05.

70 new catechumens: “discreet signs of hope”

There are many examples of renewal in the Church in Ireland today Archbishop of Dublin suggests.

2015.02.25.

Spirit Radio is four years old

"We don't believe in miracles - we depend on them" explains Rob Clarke, CEO of Spirit Radio.

2015.01.01.

1,000 Religious open Year of Consecrated Life

“Religious life is only authentic when it is marked by humility” - Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

2014.12.01.

Spirit Radio now broadcasting in Kildare

But proximity to RTE's bandwidth making it more difficult for Spirit to roll out service on FM across whole of Ireland.

2014.11.22.

Virtual Capuchin Café opens

Café Cappuccino is "a key tool for evangelisation and vocations promotion."

2014.11.20.

Integrity of marriage under attack: Cardinal Burke

Growing confusion and error about marriage "will weaken seriously if not totally compromise the Church’s witness” US prelate warns.

2014.11.18.

Irishman selected for top ecumenical post

Canon John O’Toole of Southwark appointed National Ecumenical Officer and Secretary by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales.

2014.11.18.

Family needs rediscovery as agent of evangelisation

Bishop of Limerick reminds conference on marriage and the family that “people need to be accepted in the concrete circumstances of life."

2014.11.17.

Nightfever gets young people praying

A non-confrontational outreach to young people out on a Friday or Saturday night in pubs, clubs or cinemas.

2014.11.05.

Thirst for faith in China is strong: priest editor

Director of weekly catholic newspaper in Macau sees rising interest and fervour in religion.

2014.10.11.

Open letter to Synod says family is bulwark of society

International marriage experts warn synod delegates that children need marriage and their mothers and fathers to raise them together.

2014.09.30.

Bishop Leahy announces 2016 synod for Limerick

Synod will take place over three days bringing together 400 delegates who will set out a path for renewal for the Church in Limerick.

2014.09.29.

Shock resignation of Bishop of Arundel & Brighton

Bishop Conry confesses he has been “unfaithful to my promises as a Catholic priest”.

2014.09.28.

Ploughing2014: Church in the ‘market square’

Priests, Religious and lay people promote faith and mission alongside all things agricultural.

2014.09.26.

Renewal is not merely about restructuring: Bishop

Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry leads 50th anniversary celebrations at Our Lady, Star of the Sea church in Desertegney.

2014.08.27.

Make yourselves available for God’s plan: Pope

Pontiff warns that a spiritual desert is robbing young people of hope and even life itself.

2014.08.17.
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