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We will come through pandemic, as surely as Christ rose at Easter, says Dr Eamon Martin

"We will come through this, hopefully as better people, strengthened by the experience," says Archbishop of Armagh.


Church leaders pay tribute to Good Friday Agreement in Rome

“There are no quick fixes,” but the accord “gave us the opportunity – the breathing space – to look for goodwill”: Archbishop Richard Clarke.


Primate leads solidarity pilgrimage with Holy Land’s Christians

“Many of the Christians in the Holy Land feel isolated, alone and discouraged. They are fearful of being neglected or even forgotten."


Primate to lead 20km pilgrimage for peace in Rome

The “pervasive crime, gangland killings and continued threat of paramilitary violence" as well as poverty & homelessness shows "much still needs to be done to create a culture of life & prosperity for all."


CofI Primate warns against abuse of memory

With 4,000 events scheduled for 2016 to commemorate the Rising, the “danger is that a future focus will be lost in the minutiae of ‘Risingology’."


Govt moves to allay Churches over parade lockout

“We are happy to consult with the organisers of the commemoration on this matter” Church of Ireland Primate says in new statement.


Appeal for funds to support Gaza hospital

Families urged to donate the cost of a meal for an imaginary Gazan guest in a bid to raise €150,000 for the Al Ahli Hospital.


Primate warns some want to rob Church of hope

Archbishop Eamon Martin concelebrates Mass in Italy to mark 1,400th anniversary of death of St Columbanus.


Major renovations planned for Knock shrine

Shrine to be refurbished and promoted internationally.


“The prayers of the sick are invaluable” – Cardinal Brady

Primate describes Knock as “synonymous with the sick.”


Archbishop strikes back at efforts to marginalise Church

Some want the voice of faith and religion relegated to the private sphere Archbishop Eamon Martin warns.


Irish Primate offers condolences over Galician tragedy

Letter sent to Archbishop of Santiago de Compostella over 78 deaths in rail disaster.


New Bishop expresses solidarity with those hurt by difficult economic times

Bishop Ray Browne warns it is by no means certain that good times will soon return.


CofI Primate dismayed by Belfast violence and disorder

Abusing or endangering the lives of PSNI officers "wholly unacceptable".

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