One of the main highlights of the Novena will take place on Monday 21 August with the launch of the World Meeting of Families 2018 programme ‘Amoris: Let’s talk Family, Let’s be Family!’
Archbishop Eamon Martin leads 150 pilgrims to Fatima marking the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions
The pilgrimage began with Mass in the Capelinha, the chapel built at the site of the first apparition at the request of Our Lady.
A special triduum in honour of Our Lady of Fatima will take place in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Sligo, this weekend, from Friday 11 August to Sunday 13 August.
Pope Francis prays for peace following attack on Nigerian Massgoers and violence in Central African Republic
At today's general audience in the Vatican, Pope Francis appealed for an end to “every form of hatred and violence”, especially those “perpetrated in places of worship, where the faithful gather to pray”. Pope Francis was referring to an attack on Catholics attending Mass last Sunday in southern Nigeria as well as to recent violence [...]
Father Manfred Desalaers reflects on Edith Stein, Martyr and Patron of Europe, who died at Auschwitz 75 years ago today
Today, 9 August, is the Feast of Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, also known as Edith Stein, and marks the 75th anniversary of her death at the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz, Poland.
Pope Francis continued his catechesis on Christian hope today at the Wednesday General Audience in the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican, reflecting on divine forgiveness as the "driving force of hope".
This week Trócaire will host it’s annual human rights talks in association with the Belfast and Derry Féiles. This year’s talks will be on the theme ‘Gaza on the brink’.
Father Alan McGuckian SJ was ordained Bishop of Raphoe in the Cathedral of Saints Eunan and Columba on Sunday 6 August.
For more information on the new FaithFest event, visit www.clogherdonoige.com
The five-day course welcomes youth and adult leaders who have a passion for liturgical music and the desire to serve as ministers in their parishes, schools and communities.