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Four bishops among hundreds at Alpha Conference 

Among hundreds of attendees at the Alpha Ireland Conference last weekend were recently ordained Bishop Michael Router, Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan, Bishop Denis Nulty, and the Most Reverend Dr Michael Jackson.


Maynooth hosts International Federation of Catholic Universities

Prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Catholic Education, Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, and 200 university leaders discuss ‘Catholic Universities, Working in Solidarity as Responsible Agents from the Local to the Global’.


Nine ordained to priesthood by Archbishops of Armagh and Tuam

“Now we are blessed that the Church in Nigeria is generously sending her missionaries back to us. It is a wonderful exchange ... and the reality of today is that in many ways Ireland is ripe for mission and new evangelisation.”


American sisters find warm welcome in Limerick

There are trends to secularisation all over the western world and Ireland is no different. It’s a serious challenge and problem in society but we need to be able to answer the call to meet that challenge head on.


New Armagh seminary is blessed

The seminarians’ vocations come via the Neocatechumenal Way.


23,000 ‘confession cards’ distributed across Cloyne

New Evangelisation has already begun in the diocese, according to Archdeacon, based on the hunger in the hearts of many for a new spirit in their lives.


Pontiff marks 50th anniversary of Synod of Bishops

Cardinal Vincent Nichols highlights the importance and influence of the Synod of Bishops on the life and mission of the Church in Europe.


Renewal will see families ministering to families

Irish Church may “look at the way we do marriage preparation and to what extent our families are involved in preparing new families for marriage” - Primate.


Columbanus: model & patron of new evangelisation

Cardinal Brady pays tribute to Irish Saint at a Mass of Thanksgiving to celebrate the opening of the Jubilee Year commemorating the 1400th anniversary of the Saint’s death.


Much at stake at upcoming synod on the family

It is important for synod to see the family as apostle and resource rather than focusing on family as problem says expert.


Focolare’s general assembly meets Pope Francis

Focolare flows from "charism of unity" says Pope and calls on movement to "go out in spirit of dialogue".


Laity’s role in evangelisation needs to be recognised

Head of Pontifical Council for New Evangelisation sees hope for Irish Church in "great participation" of laity in Church.


American college holds programme for evangelisers

Donegal programme gives students tools to defend the faith and grow closer to Jesus.


Too many young lives lost to depression: Archbishop

"Creeping despair and emptiness ... has tragically taken the lives of too many of our young people through suicide.”


Achonry launches Year of Prayer with renowned writer

Diocese to listen to people and share what they have to say about the situation of the Church.


Pope reflects on the gift of faith on World Mission Sunday

Special collection in parishes today to support mission work of the Church.


Echoes of IEC2012 at ‘Faith of our Fathers’ conference

Conference template is IEC mix of speakers, workshops and exhibitors all under one roof.

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