Catholic press officers discuss Artificial Intelligence

On 14 to 16 May last, the annual meeting of communication officers of the national bishops’ conferences, organised by the Council of the European Bishops’ Conferences, was held in Lisbon.  Representing the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference was Martin Long who...

Irish bishops celebrate Pentecost at home and abroad

Primate of All Ireland, Archbishop Eamon Martin, led pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Armagh, and from the Diocese of Dromore, to the Marian Shrine in Lourdes, France, in the week preceding Pentecost Sunday.  These two groups met up with pilgrims from Ferns who...

Pentecost Sunday opens activities for Laudato Si’ Week

Pentecost Sunday falls on 19 May this year, and this day marks the beginning of Laudato Si’ Week 2024, which celebrates the anniversary of the encyclical letter Laudato Si’ on Care for Our Common Home. The 2024 theme for this year’s Laudato Si’ Week is: Seeds of...

Irish clergy report on world meeting of priests in Rome

The following report recounts the experience of five Irish priests who attended the recent world meeting of parish priests for the Universal Synod: From Sunday 28 April –Thursday 2 May, five priests from Ireland along with over 200 priests from across the world...

The Irish Chaplaincy is seeking trustees

To assist the Irish Chaplaincy in London in terms of its strategic governance, and to navigate the next stage of the charity's development, the Chaplaincy is seeking to recruit two new trustees. Applications from experienced volunteers are invited to apply, in...

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