Trócaire's work would not be possible without the generosity of parishioners, students, teachers, clergy, volunteers and supporters who believe passionately in remembering those less well off than themselves – Trócaire’s Kevin Donnelly.
“Staggering” sum for a rural diocese with a population of roughly 140,000 and at a time of economic recession.
"Almost 2,000 people, who have nothing, live in the cemetery in Manila; they are born, live and die there”: Jackie Pallas of the Society of Missionary Children.
It is “heartening to see that priority will be given to unaccompanied minors and that family reunification will be supported” - Eamonn Meehan.
The people of New Ross lend support to local Carmelite monastery as it prepares to celebrate its bicentenary in 2016.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin leads prayers and condolences for Berkeley victims saying "These young men and women were the products of what is best in Irish families".
'Pop up' shop in Cork will dress hundreds of children this Sunday for free.
Archbishop of Dublin warns that healthy politics cannot be built on a culture of spin or a policy of just being against something.
Ten charities honoured including Trócaire, Christian Aid, Habitat NI, Tear Fund and Concern.
Christian ethic of self-giving and generosity challenges the Church, which is called never to be self-promoting: Archbishop Martin.
“Christmas spontaneously releases generosity."
€1.3 million raised in Dublin for the Philippines and Syria.