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Media conference to focus on award winning documentaries

The conference will feature master classes by John Sweeney of the BBC, Carlo Bonini of La Repubblica, independent filmmaker Sinead O'Shea and Amy Molloy from Independent.ie.


Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz is the new leader of Opus Dei worldwide

New leader, who has visited Ireland, is “calm and cheerful”, with very strong grasp of theology.


Second successor of St Josemaria is laid to rest

Bishop Javier Echevarría leaves legacy of loyalty to the Church and belief in goodness of God.


Investigative journalism under the spotlight

Speakers at a conference organised by Cleraun Study Centre will include Carol Leonnig, who won a public service Pulitzer Prize in 2014 as a member of a team that released the ‘Snowden Papers’.


Last 30 NBSCCCI safeguarding reports published

“One case stands out as being shocking. The NBSCCCI believes considerable work needs to be undertaken by the Order to acknowledge the serious damage caused.”


Church gathers to honour Archbishop Romero

Beatification is not only a fitting tribute to his work, "it is also a powerful message of solidarity to those who continue to put their lives at risk to speak out against injustice".


New centre aims to support beleaguered Christians

"The Christians are suffering. They are being hounded out of the Middle East." The Saxum project is one project that people can help them according to Opus Dei.


Beatification of Opus Dei leader Alvaro del Portillo

Bishop del Portillo made several visits to Ireland and, as a child, he learnt his first words of English from an Irishwoman.


New school of catering launched in Co Meath

Lismullin School of Culinary and Home Arts to support local food producers and food tourism.


Former leader of Opus Dei to be beatified

Alvaro del Portillo, who died in 1994, had strong links with Ireland and is well remembered here.

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