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No room for pro-life conscience in Sinn Féin as party suspends West Meath TD

“Peadar Tóibín’s decision to vote against the legislation is a serious breach of the party’s rules and he has now been suspended for a period of six months.”

2018.11.05.

Catholic Communications director is made a Fellow of the PRII

Martin Long has been the bishops’ spokesman and has headed up the communications office in Maynooth since 2003.

2018.01.06.

A message for politicians: Put the country first

"Our city and our country have many urgent needs. I appeal to political leaders to put these needs first," Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

2017.11.27.

Tax cut proposals unjust says Social Justice Ireland

A study conducted by SJI, shows that while there should be no net reduction in tax in Budget 2018, the impact of some proposals currently being considered would be what it called “profoundly unfair” because they favour only those with higher incomes.

2017.10.04.

Reverend Trevor Sargent remains green

His knowledge and interest in the environment lends itself to the fifth mark of mission in the Anglican Communion, to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.

2017.08.31.

Iona welcomes stay-at-home mum poll

“The State should not favour one particular childcare choice over another ... The State should allocate resources in such a way as to financially support the various choices parents want to make about the care of their children during the day.”

2017.08.24.

Tributes paid to Des Hanafin

Former senator who was co-founder of Pro Life Campaign acted “out of a deep personal conviction and went to great lengths to make his point without causing offence to others” – Cora Sherlock, PLC.

2017.06.24.

Dáil votes to retain prayer and 30-second period of reflection

Twenty-four European parliaments have no prayers in the plenary, while Ireland remains one of six where prayer or reflection is observed. The UK, Australia, South Africa, Canada and the US also retain a prayer.

2017.05.05.

Priest turned PR guru Tom Savage laid to rest in Cooley

“I am standing on the altar where my dad celebrated his first Mass. There are not many sons who can say that,” says Anton Savage.

2017.04.03.

SVP concerned by delay in forming new Government

“The opportunity to realise a fair, inclusive and sustained recovery for the people it assists is being eroded by the absence of a new government.”

2016.04.25.

Abortion shouldn’t be in programme for govt: PLC

Fine Gael proposal to hold citizen's assembly on abortion would be the "first step on a pre-arranged course again".

2016.04.14.

Election 2016 results positive from pro life stance

Findings of Amnesty International/Red C poll on abortion "are more ambivalent and uncertain" than presented: PLC.

2016.03.05.

Abortion is a major election issue

It is "very difficult to see how any Catholic could, in good conscience, vote for a candidate or a political party whose policy it is to legalise abortion" - Bishop Doran.

2016.02.20.

Pro Life Campaign questions election promises

Taoiseach refuses to commit to repealing 8th Amendment while Tánaiste confirms repeal of the Amendment will be part of Labour's manifesto.

2015.09.15.

FF councillor supports church gate collection call

"There are church gate collections virtually every week outside churches and it is a contributing factor in people not attending Mass.”

2015.07.28.

Row over crucifix in Limerick council chamber

Councillors differ over outgoing Mayor's move to hang crucifix, which he personally paid for, in Limerick County Council chamber.

2015.07.06.

Church leaders pay tribute to Albert Reynolds

His “courage and initiative and, above all, his openness to dialogue laid the foundations for the peace which we enjoy today”.

2014.08.22.
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