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Remember Palestine: pray for her people and support them

“It is our faith in God that gives us hope. It is the witness of Christians in the Holy Land and especially the young people we met that inspires us.”


Cuts felt in every community charities warn

Survey reveals that one third (34%) of charities have reported a drop in income, while more than two thirds (71%) have seen an increase in demand for services.


Ireland is on the cusp of beating sex traffickers

Ruhama is urging the next government to make the Sexual Offences Bill an absolute priority and place it at the top of their agenda as soon as they come to power.


Bishops express solidarity with suffering of refugees

“Urgent reform is required to avoid the creation of an unjust two-tier system in which the needs of those waiting for status for many years are overlooked.”


President pays tribute to missionaries’ selfless work

Last year, 356 missionary projects were approved for funding by Misean Cara, which is financed by up to €14 million from Irish Aid.


Belfast Mayor honours unsung NGOs

Ten charities honoured including Trócaire, Christian Aid, Habitat NI, Tear Fund and Concern.


First ever European Year for Development

“‘Development’ is not just about overseas aid. It is not about ‘what we give’ but about ‘how we live’."


Welcome for new Charities Regulatory Authority

Archbishop says having clear norms and common reporting standards which act as benchmarks will be of great help to entire charity sector.


Dóchas demands end to cuts in overseas aid

Presenting its 2015 pre-Budget Submission, Dóchas renews call to the Government to meet target of 0.7% ODA.


Tánaiste to attend Millennium Development Goals Summit

Some progress reported on MDGs but UN Secretary General warns against complacency.


Witness of faith in education vital – Archbishop Martin

“We do not need a conformist Church" but one of authentic commitment to the Gospel.

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