About
Shop
Contact Us

Secularism

American sisters find warm welcome in Limerick

There are trends to secularisation all over the western world and Ireland is no different. It’s a serious challenge and problem in society but we need to be able to answer the call to meet that challenge head on.

2017.09.29.

Diarmuid Martin gives a St Kilian’s Day vision of the future for our Church

The Church has to become less narrowly institutional and allow other forms of charismatic presence to animate it.

2017.07.09.

Dublin’s two archbishops celebrate St Laurence O’Toole

St Laurence O’Toole’s integrity as a man of God, rather than any political agenda, permitted him to have influence in society.

2016.11.14.

Catholic schools: future depends on ability to inspire

Schools that try to be “all things to all citizens” may end up with a “compromised ethos” warns Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

2016.10.21.

‘Some want a society with no place for God’

Ireland’s understanding of God is becoming “increasingly ambiguous” Archbishop Diarmuid Martin warns in Christmas homily.

2015.12.25.

Ratzinger Schülerkreis to discuss search for God

The search for new means to speak of God has been at the core of Benedict's theological work since the Second Vatican Council.

2015.08.28.

PP warns only catholic parents can choose to divest

The real demand in Ireland is not for secular schools but for school places and providing adequate places is the responsibility, not of the Catholic Church, but of the State.

2015.08.20.

New social context poses challenges for priests

Gospel must be offered to the world in a "radically new way" Bishop Dominique Rey of Fréjus in France tells Maynooth conference.

2015.07.10.

No plans to remove Bibles from ROI Travelodge

Travelodge UK becomes first major chain to remove bibles from bedrooms for reasons of "diversity".

2014.08.23.
Online Shop