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Dioceses set for 24 hours for the Lord

Kildare & Leighlin, Cork & Ross, and Kerry to host 24 hours of confessions.


Pope strongly critical of the media’s sins

The sins of the media are misinformation, calumny and defamation.


Vatican appoints Marie Collins to anti abuse panel

Four women among three clergy and five laity from eight different countries on panel.


Pope prays with families of mafia victims

Mafia urged to stop their evil deeds and convert before they end up in hell.


Pope promotes confession with ’24 hours for the Lord’

Aim of prayer action is to have at least one church in every diocese open to offer confession.


Nuncio and Archbishop mark Pope’s inauguration

"Temptation to acclaim the things we like and shy away from other aspects of his teaching."


“Be close to your children” Pope urges fathers

St Joseph is a model for all fathers and educators.


Pope’s Evangelii Gaudium proves a bestseller

Sales surpass all expectations as Veritas considers possible fifth print run.


Pope prays for passengers and crew of Flight 370

Malaysian authorities not excluding possibility that plane was hijacked.


Incoming Bishop of Derry pays tribute to the city

Church must generate enthusiasm for the future rather than fear: Bishop McKeown.


Thousands view life-size Shroud of Turin exhibition

Dublin display shows reality of the suffering Jesus endured for us.


Warm wishes sent to Pope Francis for 1st anniversary

Pontiff “has truly captured the imagination, hearts and minds" of the people of Ireland.


Pope raps Religious over ‘theoretical poverty’

Francis urges Religious Institutes to be transparent in administering their assets.


Pope and Curia begin annual retreat on Sunday

Pontiff relates how he stole rosary cross from the coffin of a great confessor.


New Irish book looks at Pope’s first year in office

Collection of essays will be presented to Pope Francis in Rome next week.


Pope Francis gives another wide-ranging interview

Some of his most significant comments concern the role of women in the Church.


Pope calls for dialogue to resolve crisis in Ukraine

"Heartfelt appeal" to international community to support initiatives for dialogue and harmony.


Scandal kills faith Pope Francis warns

When there is no Christian coherency, and you live incoherently, you are guilty of giving scandal Pontiff warns.


Archbishop reveals some Vatican survey findings

Little attempt made to explain Church's teachings on marriage and the family.


Pope Francis writes to families

Pontiff appeals for prayers for the upcoming synod of bishops on the family in October.


Confession drive for Lent in England and Wales

New Confession 2014 initiative aims to bring faithful back to sacrament of confession.


Pope Francis decries scandal of war’s many victims

Faithful urged to overcome indifference towards the innumerable victims of war.


Cardinals told to avoid intrigue, gossip and cliques

Pontiff urges cardinals to avoid the habits and ways typical of a court.


Pope Emeritus attends consistory in St Peter’s

Pope warns “Whenever a worldly mentality predominates, the result is rivalry, jealousy, factions.”


Church reform groups seek meeting with Pope Francis

End use of Communion as a reward for doctrinal orthodoxy letter urges Pontiff.


World’s oldest nun attends Pope’s Mass in Vatican

107-year-old Italian Camillian Sister has lived through the pontificates of 10 popes.


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.”


Bishops host major conference on migration

Archbishop welcomes forum in which to "calmly and rationally" look at all dimensions of migration.


Pope Francis warns against poison of gossip

Pontiff warns gossip can kill because it kills the reputation of the person.


Korean martyrs a step closer to canonisation

Over 124 Koreans who lived between 1791 and 1888 recognised as martyrs for their refusal to renounce their faith.

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