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Church leaders focus on Brexit concerns in New Year’s messages

Archbishop Eamon Martin warns “There can be no going back to the days of violence and death on our streets” as he appeals to politicians to “reject divisive language and actions” during 2019.

2019.01.01.

Nollaig na mBan appeal for the rights of infants and their mothers

Despite the strong pressures to remain silent in the coming months, do not be afraid to witness to the equality of all life

2018.01.08.

Brexit? God help us! Prayers for politicians coping with Brexit

“It is our united prayer that our political leaders in Belfast, Dublin and London will have wisdom, grace and patience during this process that will have implications for the whole of Ireland” – joint message of church leaders.

2017.01.02.

Let’s be peace people in 2017

We can all contribute during 2017 to peace if we learn to model our lives more closely on the beautiful, yet challenging example of Jesus.

2017.01.01.

Wish others a ‘hope-filled’ Christmas and New Year

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.

2015.12.16.

Christmas is the embodiment of hope

In their joint message, the Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Clogher say Christmas brings hope.

2014.12.21.

Mercy International celebrations in Dublin

Challenge for the Synod is to be “open to ways of applying the primacy of mercy to particular situations while remaining faithful to fundamental truth."

2014.09.25.

Pontiff leaves voicemail for nuns busy at prayer

Pope urges Carmelites never to lose hope because sadness leads to a lack of spirituality.

2014.01.06.
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