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Smaller, ‘top class’ seminary discussed for Maynooth

We have been reflecting and discerning...about the future of first-class provision of philosophical, theological and pastoral formation for the whole Irish Church - Archbishop Eamon Martin


Protests over name change for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital

“If the name is lost we are going to lose Medical Missionary of Mary history and heritage as well.”


Heritage of Ireland’s Mass rocks in danger of being lost

Dr Hilary Bishop appeals to the Irish public for help in locating Mass rocks.


New Irish translation of Roman missal welcomed

An Leabhar Aifrinn will be published by Veritas later this year and has been hailed by Bishop Martin Drennan, chair of the bishops' Council for Liturgy.


Council appoints consultants to develop Holy Island

One of the most important historical and ecclesiastical sites in Ireland was once known as the ‘Island of the Seven Churches’.


High profile Synge Street principal bows out

“There has been a significant increase in those attending Third Level. When I started, 7% went on to third level, last year we sent 78%.”


Abbot of Glenstal to address Le Chéile conference

Dom Mark Patrick Hederman to outline “a vision of what education should be”.


Up to six million turn out for papal Mass in Manila

Pope tells pilgrims that young people need their care so they will not be “robbed of hope and condemned to life on the streets.”


President pays tribute to Mercy charism

"It is widely recognised that Irish missionaries led the way for much of what the Irish Government, through Irish Aid, is now doing in the area of development assistance."


Easter Saturday designated National Pilgrim Paths Day

Event aims to raise awareness of Irish pilgrim routes and medieval Christian heritage.


New centre in Cork to celebrate Venerable Nano Nagle

‘South Pres’ to undergo €10m development for 300th anniversary of Nano's birth in 2018.


Knock novena to focus on faith and heritage

Bishop of Elphin to speak on ‘Faith & Family: A Heritage to be Proud of’.


Chapel in St Patrick’s reopens after restoration work

€700,000 project completed at 13th century Lady Chapel in Dublin cathedral

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