"We cannot and should not expect to return to where we had been prior to Covid-19," says Archbishop Michael Neary of Tuam.
Awards were given to service men and women, active and retired, who especially exemplify respect, loyalty, integrity, selflessness, moral courage and physical courage.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin warns representatives of the legal establishment: “A political or judicial system which betrays or undervalues the equality and the dignity of all, betrays its calling and betrays humanity.”
7,000 businessmen and women from Italy’s largest manufacturing association reflect with Pontiff on the ethics of doing business.
"Don’t bury your talents! Bet on big ideals, those ideals that enlarge the heart, and those ideals that will make your talents fruitful": John McAreavey.
“It can be very difficult for parents to provide for the material needs of their children" and there are children who live and sleep in very inadequate situations.
Easter proclamation “would hardly have meant that in respecting differing lifestyles we prioritise adults over children” - Bishop Leahy.
“It was not a time of plenty, but it was spiritually rich” recalls Tyrone football manager.
Without father figures, young people often feel ‘orphaned’ and left adrift at a critical moment in their growth and development.
On the feast of the Holy Family, Archbishop Neary suggests that “An awareness of the beauty of marital love must be constantly renewed and safe-guarded."
Archbishop Martin calls for greater inclusiveness of the disadvantaged in the Irish educational system at a graduation Mass for St Patrick's College.
Author James Featherby will lecture on ethical ways of doing business.