The archives relating to Pius XII’s papacy have been long awaited by researchers seeking a better understanding of Vatican policy during World War II, particularly its response to the Holocaust.
Sr Cecylia her and her colleagues were named as Righteous Among the Nations for hiding Jews in their Vilnius convent to protect them from the Nazis during World War II.
Kerry footballer launches new novel based on the true story of the Irish priest who is considered to be one of the most significant figures in Catholic resistance to Nazism.
“At a young age and with a bright future ahead of her in Ireland, she decided instead to dedicate her life to those in need in what was already then a virtual war zone.”
Columban missionary has uncovered and exposed widespread child sexual abuse and human trafficking involving children as young as 9 years abused by US personnel and sex tourists including local men.
Lord Alton suggests John Frain’s account of the role of Catholics in opposing Hitler and Nazism should be read as it also shows the Church's repeated denunciations of anti-Semitism and Nazism from 1928 onwards.
The 2016 recipient will be announced in late August and the award will be presented on 5 November during the 9th Hugh O’Flaherty Memorial Week.
85 year old Redemptorist missionary from Fossa has been tirelessly serving the people of northeast Brazil for over 55 years.
Redemptorist Fr Seán Myers serves a community in a Brazilian parish which is over half the size of Ireland.
Call for Dr Maureen Gaffney to withdraw remarks effectively likening those who do not want marriage redefined to Nazis and racists.
The 2015 recipient will be announced in late August and presented with the award on Saturday 31 October during the 8th Hugh O’Flaherty Memorial Week.
Pope entrusts path of peace to St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross and Virgin Mary.
St John XXIII, St Faustina and St John Paul II were all linked by the experience of God’s mercy.
This year marks 50th anniversary of the death of the priest who saved thousands in WWII.
Award honours Irish priest’s role in saving the lives of 6,500 Jews and allied prisoners of war during World War Two.