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“CI News gave tremendous service” – Bishop Alan McGuckian

“CI News was a channel for many really good things that church organisations were doing both in the promotion of faith and in the promotion of justice.”


Derry says goodbye to Bishop Jim Mehaffey RIP

“Why are you here? In the short gift of a lifespan you must grasp every opportunity to do things for the good of all,” said Archbishop Robin Eames, remembering his colleague.


Archbishop Eamon Martin appointed administrator of Dromore

First priorities in the diocese will be a full briefing on safeguarding issues and encouraging positive pastoral initiatives and administrative developments.


Death of Eugene Greene opens wounds and raises questions

“While at all times honouring the wish of those survivors who may not want to be contacted by the Church, I wish to offer my support and invitation to meet with anyone who has suffered abuse.”


Right to life pastorals published by three bishops this weekend

We will never again have a more important vote. There is no cause more noble than to stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves. Never before in history have we had so much scientific proof that the unborn baby is a living, breathing human being.


Donegal’s newest priest is a Hiberno-Iranian

At the age of six, his auntie asked him one day what was the thing he wanted most in life. His response was baptism.


We must show mercy to others & forgive them

“It means not keeping grudges, not seeking revenge, but letting mercy and forgiveness guide our attitudes and actions” - Bishop Philip Boyce.


Treat the name of Jesus with respect: Bishop Boyce

If the name of Jesus is used over the airwaves in a reckless manner, an apology is expected, bishop of Raphoe warns.


Two priests ordained in Raphoe and Down & Connor

Fr Dominic McGrattan ordained by Bishop Treanor in Portaferry and Fr Stephen Gorman ordained by Bishop Boyce in Letterkenny.


Line up for Fota liturgy conference announced

Bishop Philip Boyce of Raphoe to address conference on the priest as intercessor.


Bishop Boyce urges laity to hold fast to the faith

New and ever changing culture "is often impervious to traditional faith values."

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