“No prior musical education or training is necessary. However, we are ideally looking for boys and girls who love to sing and enjoy music," says musical director Blánaid Murphy.
Company set up to run the WMF2018 and Pope Francis’ visit to Ireland owes €2.5m not €4.5m as quoted in media reports.
Crosscare will give unwanted items to people living with very little, as well as the homeless.
The Mass for the feast of St Laurence O’Toole was “a sign of the continuity of the mission of the Church and the way that the message of Jesus shows its relevance from one generation to the next”, said Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.
"The Church must learn anew the ability to speak the things of God – not to flee from the realities of life, but to challenge the men and women of our time and the culture of our time to become the seedbed of a new humanity."
“On this special day let us renew our commitment to equality, social justice and care for all our vulnerable people, so many of whom continue to struggle for the very necessities of life.”
My hope is that he will speak kindly but also speak frankly, the Archbishop said.
Bring your unwanted gifts to the Pro Cathedral in Dublin this week for distribution to the homeless.
Like St Laurence O'Toole "we need a faith where theology and prayer, witness and care of the poor belong together and can influence the world around us and make society more loving" - Archbishop of Dublin.
There was a focus on the post-war years when there were appeals for the Congo, Biafra and East Pakistan.
This very special Easter egg puts Jesus back at the heart of Easter.
During 2016, Crosscare, the social care agency of the Archdiocese of Dublin, provided 127,750 bed nights to over 1,600 people in six residences for people experiencing homelessness in the capital.
May 12 is the date of the last executions of the rebel leaders, James Connolly and Séan Mac Diarmada, in Kilmainham Jail.
“We are happy to consult with the organisers of the commemoration on this matter” Church of Ireland Primate says in new statement.
Twenty priests from ten parishes were involved in ministering to those caught up in the events of Easter week on both sides of the divide.
Gifts such as games, clothing, hats, scarves and toiletries wanted by Crosscare for the homeless.
Renowned Irish organist, Professor Gerard Gillen, to launch festival at St John's Cathedral.