We are refocusing our way of communicating with young people – Vocations Ireland
Principal of Columbine High will speak at event in Dublin highlighting mental health awareness on 14 September.
Founded in 1918, the magazine has been in continuous publication for almost one hundred years. Currently it has a circulation of 75,000 copies per issue.
Youngest priest in the diocese, Fr Michael Geraghty, who was ordained in 2015, to head up Killaloe's social media engagement.
In contrast to the “holiness, solitude and peacefulness” of the French Marian shrine, daily lives are typically drenched with stories and images from social media, newspapers, magazines, television and films.
The internet, in particular, offers immense possibilities for encounter and solidarity. This is something truly good, a gift from God: Pope Francis.
Church needs to challenge the consumer society which benefits from selling 'things' offering ‘salvation’ on the surface but neglect the inner reality of people’s lives.
Primate suggests Maynooth offer a theology course specifically tailored for those working in Church communications and religious affairs.
“We do have to push for a more cohesive approach to bringing in prospective student priests” - Mgr Hugh Connolly.
“For me Catherine McCauley was a real icon, a feminist icon, in the way she challenged the status quo of her time and prioritised supporting vulnerable women and girls."
International alliance of 17 Catholic development organisations from Europe and North America launches three-year campaign: 'Change for the Planet - Care for the People.'
Concern over disparity between 33 pro-choice articles and 1 pro-life article that appeared in national papers in the space of a fortnight recently.
"It is a sacred space and we anticipate that people will act appropriately and respectfully" - Mgr Jim Carroll.
Minister for the Diaspora launches website providing simple but effective advice and tools to help Irish emigrants deal with the challenges of emigration.
New website will support and promote the activities of the pastoral centre as well as other pastoral initiatives throughout the diocese of Kilmore.
Parishes in Dublin are told that every effort should be made to ensure that their churches are not used for the dissemination of campaign literature from any source.
Christians and Muslims from Ireland and the UK meet to build bridges of understanding at Focolare gathering on dialogue.
Pro-life activist is the only Irish woman to make it on to the prestigious list of 'women to watch for the future'.
Results of feedback from 18-month listening survey in diocese's parishes highlights a range of concerns among young and old.
"The Church and media share similar goals - to seek out the truth and highlight injustice," Archbishop Eamon Martin tells Radharc Trust awards ceremony.
In first message for World Communications Day, Pope Francis chooses: Communication at the Service of an Authentic Culture of Encounter.
Bishop Trevor Williams and Archbishop Eamon Martin address Soul Waves Radio conference.
New and ever changing culture "is often impervious to traditional faith values."