"Missionaries have always had the unique foresight and commitment to target the world’s most difficult challenges" - Heydi Foster, CEO of Misean Cara.
Impending typhoon forced Pontiff to cut short his visit to island of Leyte, one of the areas worst affected by the 2013 typhoon that claimed 10,000 lives.
Chair of Trócaire, Bishop William Crean, expresses “grave concern” for the 1.7 million Syrian refugees dependent on World Food Programme voucher scheme.
Climate change, Trócaire director warns, is the single biggest threat to humanity but the political system has refused to address it.
Fr Shay Cullen’s Preda Foundation celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Community awaits safe arrival of relief aid for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
One month on from Typhoon Haiyan, close to 2,000 are still missing, and 5,670 are recorded dead.
Getting aid to those that so urgently need it is a slow process according to Caritas.
"I have been through ferocious typhoons during my 44 years in the Philippines but have never experienced anything like this."
Special Mass for victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and the war in Syria.
Mass to be offered for the people of the Philippines and Syria in Armagh on Sunday.
"It’s painful to watch," Sr Anne Healy said of her visit to Leyte Island following typhoon Haiyan.
Ireland has “strong bonds" with Filipino people through missionaries and Filipinos working here - Tánaiste.
Pontiff deeply saddened by destruction and loss of life caused by super typhoon.