"It is reassuring that a significant number of MLAs will oppose any moves to discriminate against babies with terminal illness" - PLC.
Jesuit recommends cross-community education and training course at TCD about the 1912-1922 period in Irish/British history.
"Threat to social cohesion arising from growing socio-economic inequality is a particular concern, notably in its implications for the younger generations."
Irish Churches Peace Project (ICPP) promotes community reconciliation through the Churches.
Irish Churches’ Peace Project event to look at the contribution of Churches to the vital work of promoting reconciliation and peace.
“Unless further initiatives are taken regarding the composition of the police service we could be witnessing a reversal of Patten.”
If reconciliation is to shape the future, then it cannot be left to politicians or to one party alone says founders of Belfast’s Four Corners Festival.
President of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace pays first visit to Belfast.
Christians and Muslims from Ireland and the UK meet to build bridges of understanding at Focolare gathering on dialogue.
“It is simply frightening that this document from the Minister would even consider it an option that a terminally ill child would receive no intervention after it is born."
Church leaders attend ecumenical carols with students from both communities in Armagh.
The war in Northern Ireland is over and “we live in peace but we live apart" say students participating in documentary.
Dean Sammy Crooks, who died in a road accident in 1986, staged his first Christmas sit-out for charities in 1976, establishing a tradition continued by all his successors.
Ambassador Madigan looking forward to exploring areas of common interest with the Holy See such as freedom of religion.
Uncertainty over Bill “creates fear and anxiety for those who are dependent on welfare payments.”
Fr Neal Carlin sets out the story of the Columba Community in Derry in new book.
Without Dr Paisley “peace would not have been delivered” - Cardinal Brady.
Ceasefires and decommissioning in people's hearts needed Bishop Donal McKeown warns.
His “courage and initiative and, above all, his openness to dialogue laid the foundations for the peace which we enjoy today”.
8,000 voice opposition to proposed changes to NI's abortion laws.
Hundreds from all over island to attend July gathering underlining unity among Christians.
Unanimous vote by Belfast City Hall to invite Pope Francis on an official visit.
Failure to broker a deal has damaged Northern Ireland's reputation internationally.
Harrowing accounts of psychological, physical and sexual abuse by former residents at Catholic orphanages.
Though the deadline for the Haass negotiations may have passed, the responsibility to work for the common good remains.
Cardinal Brady discusses fraternity and the impasse in NI talks in New Year's homily.
Bishop Treanor warns of “disengagement" by many in churches from work of reconciliation.
Concern over "recent violent threats to public safety and security on our streets."
"Our communities cannot afford a return to conflict."
Describing Fr Alec as an "artisan of peace", Bishop pleads with minority still in thrall to violence.