This path of reconciliation is a summons to discover in the depths of our heart the power of forgiveness and the capacity to acknowledge one another as brothers and sisters, says Pope Francis.
"The joining of the relics of the two brother Apostles can also serve as a constant reminder and encouragement that, on this continuing journey, our divergences will no longer stand in the way of our common witness and our evangelising mission."
“More dignity for the weak, more justice among peoples and more future for our common home.”
Joe Little of RTÉ launched the book about Columban priests Fr Des Hartford and Fr Rufus Halley’s efforts to foster peace between Muslims and Christians in the Philippines.
Archbishop Eamon Martin unveils new statue of St Oliver Plunkett by Dony MacManus in honour of martyrs yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio will be made a saint today, in line with Pope Francis's desire to canonise a teenage saint during the month-long meeting of the world Synod of Bishops on Young People.
Good quality Catholic-inspired programme for Relationships and Sexuality Education sought by Bishops Nulty and Doran.
Paul VI implemented the changes made by the Second Vatican Council; Oscar Romero was its first martyr.
Thousands pour into Knock as countdown to World Meeting of Families next year begins and preparatory programme is launched.
Bishop Brendan Kelly ordains Rev Declan Lohan, a former barrister and member of the Legion of Mary and Youth 2000, to the priesthood for ministry in the Diocese of Galway.
"We are here because you first came to us. We are the fruit of your labour. Today, many Churches in Nigeria are named after St Patrick. St Patrick is the second patron of Nigeria after Our Lady.”
“We are reminded of the value of peace by the passing of Martin McGuinness, who threw away weapons of war for an embrace of peace and how we have all prospered as a result.”
Anglican-Catholic prayer service to mark 50th anniversary of the Anglican Centre and the setting up of ARCIC by Pope Paul VI and Archbishop of Canterbury.
The ‘Frank Duff Room’ is a memorial and celebration of the connection between the Servant of God, St Peter’s Church and the Vincentian Community.
Pontiff calls on Sri Lankans “to accept one another, to respect legitimate diversities, and learn to live as one family.”
Important for participants to feel free to express themselves “without fear or suspicion.”
Wealth and technology don't still the hunger of the soul, Dr Boyce warns.
Cave chapel is where Christians of Antioch met in times of persecution and where St Peter was bishop before coming to Rome.
They pledge to continue on the path towards unity between Catholic and Orthodox Churches.
Miracle opens way for beatification process to go ahead.
A Catholic agency can never renounce its Catholic identity, Archbishop Martin warns.