"The Priests Charitable Trust has been able to assist several charitable causes and, as long as we sing, will continue to do so," say Frs Eugene O'Hagan, Martin O’Hagan and David Delargy.
“It is a lovely mix of music. It’s not in your face religious, it is very broad and it’s inspirational ... I got very emotional when I finished it.”
"Today’s world is topsy turvy and there are still serious threats on the world stage. It’s a bewildering place for people. Music gives people a sense of calm, serenity and hope," says Fr Eugene O'Hagan.
John McAreavey and Joanne O’Riordan to share their stories and talk about how faith has played a part in their lives and helped them overcome adversity.
Redemptorist Church in Dundalk where Garda Adrian Donoghue’s funeral took place to host concert & all proceeds to go towards a sports scholarship for young people.
Fr Liam Lawton and The Priests to perform in January concert to commemorate Garda Adrian Donohoe at the Redemptorist church in Dundalk.
Many of those who worked on the cathedral, or who were altar servers, choir members, ushers and volunteers on the opening day fifty years ago were also present.
Platinum selling group, which is made up of three Catholic priests, have recorded four albums and written a book recounting their musical journey.
Archbishop Brown pays tribute to past students serving the Church including Bishop Donal McKeown and Frs Martin and Eugene O'Hagan and Fr David Delargy.
Popular singer hosts 'Sounds Divine' for the month of August on BBC Radio Ulster.
Church of Ireland Bishop of Connor addresses reconciliation in the context of NI.
Parishes to activate culture of volunteering.