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The Pope Video – September 2021

SEPTEMBER: An Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyle

2021.09.06.

The Pope Video – August 2021

AUGUST: Church on the Way

2021.08.03.

The Pope Video – July 2021

JUNE : The beauty of marriage

2021.07.02.

The Pope Video – June 2021

JUNE : The beauty of marriage

2021.06.02.

The Pope Video – May 2021

MAY: The world of finance

2021.05.12.

The Pope Video – April 2021

APRIL: Fundamental rights

2021.04.13.

The Pope Video – March 2021

MARCH: The sacrament of reconciliation

2021.03.16.

The Pope Video – February 2021

FEBRUARY: For women who are victims of violence

2021.03.02.

The Pope Video – December 2020

DECEMBER: For a life of prayer

2020.12.03.

The Pope Video – November 2020

NOVEMBER: Artificial Intelligence

2020.11.06.

New minister must prioritise fair and just recovery from COVID-19, says Trócaire

“Global solidarity has never been needed more, so we were strongly encouraged by the Programme for Government’s commitment to protecting Ireland’s overseas aid budget," said Caoimhe de Barra, CEO, Trócaire.

2020.07.06.

The Pope Video – June 2020

JUNE : Compassion for the world

2020.06.05.
2020.05.06.

The Pope Video – April 2020

April: Liberation from addictions

2020.04.30.

The Pope Video – March 2020

Catholics in China

2020.03.11.

The Pope Video – February 2020

Hear the cries of migrants

2020.02.07.

International group of bishops reports back after trip to Holy Land

“We were welcomed by families whose focus is now day-to-day survival and whose aspirations have been reduced to bare essentials such as electricity and clean water.”

2020.01.18.

The Pope Video – January 2020

Promotion of World Peace

2020.01.02.

The Pope Video – December 2019

The future of the very young

2019.12.06.

Push is on for abortion legislation in NI

Precious Life insists “compelling body of evidence and lived experiences” on pro life side were not included in UK Women and Equalities Committee report on abortion in Northern Ireland released yesterday.

2019.04.26.
2019.02.07.

Resolve to make the world a fitter place in 2019, says Trócaire

“In 2019, we are building a movement of people who want to help tackle human rights abuse around the world.”

2019.01.05.

The State is failing in its duty to protect life warns former taoiseach

John Bruton tells Irish Catholic Doctors’ Learning Network, “A law that forces someone to take part in, or to facilitate, an action that that person believes is contrary to a deeply held religious conviction could be in conflict with Article 44.2.1.”

2018.12.12.

Human rights workers in Brazil now at risk following election of new president

“The election of a person with extremist opinions on a range of issues – from women to minorities to the environment – will further destabilise Latin America, as what happens in Brazil affects the entire region.”

2018.11.05.

Irish aid agency welcomes Oscar Romero’s canonisation

“Archbishop Romero’s values, conviction and compassion still influence Trócaire today and help guide us in our work.”

2018.10.14.

Pope prays for seas “littered by endless fields of floating plastic”

Describing the threat to the planet's oceans as an “emergency”, Pontiff warns “We need to pray as if everything depended on God’s providence, and work as if everything depended on us.”

2018.09.04.

Women speak out about the effects abortion had on them

Former Taoiseach, John Bruton, has once again urged people to vote No in the referendum.

2018.05.16.

Act in the best interest of the unborn child, says Bishop Brennan to voters in Ferns

“We are always human. At no point are we ever something less or something different. What is inherently a right to humanity – namely the right to life – cannot be either denied or taken away.”

2018.04.23.

Former Taoiseach John Bruton pays tribute to Bishop Farrell

“He takes a huge interest in people and their lives, particularly when they face difficult times, such as bereavement.”

2018.03.13.

Dutch abbot pays tribute to Irish missionary’s battle against child abuse

Columban priest Fr Shay Cullen receives the 2017 Martin Buber Award in the Netherlands.

2017.11.21.
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