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Anti-human trafficking conference for Dublin

“It is the little island of Ireland stepping up as much as it can in terms of awareness so that people realise that human trafficking is hidden in plain sight, and there is so much trafficking beyond the sex trade” – Anne Kelleher, Act to Prevent Trafficking (APT).


545 Young People presented with John Paul II Awards in Knock

Archbishop Neary pays tribute to young people’s “very significant contribution” to the local church, from teaching computers to the elderly to caring for people with special needs on pilgrimage to Lourdes.


Over 5,000 calls to SVP seeking back-to-school help

“Back-to-school this week has been a really exciting time for lots of children and their parents. But for many low income and struggling households, the preparation for the new school year has been a huge source of stress and anxiety”.


Tenth anniversary celebrations for Pope John Paul II Awards

Don’t leave it to others to be the protagonists of change. You young people are the ones who hold the future – Pope Francis.


Fr McVerry Says That When You Serve The Poor, God Will Find You

“When you serve the poor, help the suffering or those in need, God will find you,” Fr Peter McVerry tells Transition Year students in County Tipperary.


Young people at the Ploughing urged to read Messenger

Jesuit publication has introduced a special four-page supplement - Re:link - which is geared towards teenagers and contains interviews with young people, refugees, and on topics such as how people become saints.


Teens use their tech skills to help adults

Adults learn how to access the internet and stay in contact with loved ones at home and abroad thanks to the voluntary efforts of secondary school students.


Cork teens’ wristband helping to combat cyberbullying

Wristband contains built-in USB device for capturing evidence of bullying.


Nuncio urges students to become “ambassadors for Christ”

TY faith ‘gathering’ in Knock a great success.

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