"The authors of the 1916 Proclamation were men of faith who dreamed dreams of hope for Ireland and for the Irish people," Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
Pope Francis baptised 12 catechumens from Italy, Albania, Cameroon, Korea, India and China during the Easter vigil ceremony at St Peter's Basilica.
Former footballer to give personal testimony about his faith journey following the tragic death of his wife, Michaela.
Church in Ireland and farther afield contributed greatly to the level of taboo which surrounded suicide, acknowledges Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
Church leaders issue messages for Christmas 2015 and urge people to become envoys of hope in the name of Christ, who was born in a stable in Bethlehem.
"Events from the past must be commemorated with mercy and never with arrogance, triumphalism or victimhood” - Bishop Donal McKeown.
Association with Co Kildare town dating back to the 13th century comes to an end due to a lack of friars.
Nuclear bombings in August 1945 are a “symbol of the enormous destructive power of humanity when it makes a distorted use of scientific and technical progress”.
"Sow generously in season and out of season. Leave worries about the growth to the Lord," Bishop Donal McKeown tells newly ordained Fr Seán O'Donnell.
Archbishop Martin said he was convinced that there are many young women in today’s Ireland who would be attracted to new forms of association with religious life.
Volunteering can help young people increase self-confidence and develop integrity - John McAreavey.
Pure in Heart hosts presentation to adolescents on healthy attitudes to love and relationships.
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.
"It is good to see ‘Heads of Agreement’ rather than ‘Headlines of Disagreement’ emerging from the talks."
In their joint message, the Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Clogher say Christmas brings hope.
Many who decry the errors of the recent past quickly forget “how much all of us in our own way were part of a culture of empty celebrity in the days of prosperity”.
Archbishop Eamon Martin concelebrates Mass in Italy to mark 1,400th anniversary of death of St Columbanus.
Church of Ireland Primate gives presidential address at Armagh diocesan synod.
Episcopal ordination of Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry in St Eugene's Cathedral.
Pope urges Carmelites never to lose hope because sadness leads to a lack of spirituality.
All those who preceded us and died in the Lord are there in heaven with God - Pope Francis.