Bishop Francis Lagan “understood the joys and struggles of his brother priests who often had to minister in the midst of great challenge, grief and community unrest”.
It is beginning the process of “putting people together” to find a common identity.
People in 1916 were “battling exploitation, social exclusion, poverty, squalor, indignity and colonialism" - Church of Ireland Primate.
Departure of Sr Consilia Dennehy brings to a close congregation's presence in the city after 143 years.
'Welcoming the Stranger: Irish Migrant Welfare in Britain since 1957' shows that policy which endures starts with the people it serves: Bishop Kirby.
Victims endured "horror and barbarity" Bishop Smith states at Co Meath prayer ceremony.