Help me, O Lord, that my ears may be merciful, so that I may give heed to my neighbours’ needs and not be indifferent to their pains and moanings.
Christians had a duty to accept refugees with compassion and acceptance, he said, citing Pope Francis, who had urged Catholics to accept refugees in their countries.
“Research, whether in academe or industry, requires unwavering attention to moral issues if it is to be an instrument which safeguards human life and the dignity of the person.”
"People of belief and people with a secular inspiration must learn again to how speak with one another constructively and respect one another."
“Rather than an economy that works for the prosperity of all, we have instead created a global economy for the 1%" - Oxfam Ireland.
Nobel laureate for economics warns “What we are seeing now is the result of 100s of years of unequal development which has left a lot of the world behind.”
“‘Development’ is not just about overseas aid. It is not about ‘what we give’ but about ‘how we live’."
Dialogue with social, economic, education, culture, spiritual groupings sought on a shared vision for Irish society.
Archbishop addresses Caritas Europa's Regional Conference in Soesterberg in the Netherlands.
Pontiff warns of “tragic phenomenon” of human trafficking, in which the “unscrupulous prey on the lives and the desperation of others.”