It is estimated that 7,000 people made the pilgrimage climb to the summit of Croagh Patrick on Sunday 30 July.
Human trafficking is an aberrant plague and a modern form of slavery. - Pope Francis
Grandparents are real heroes and heroines, though they may never receive public recognition – Archbishop Michael Neary
Archbishop Michael Neary, Archbishop of Tuam, celebrated a special Mass for grandparents on Wednesday 26 July last, the feast day of Saints Joachim and Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Mass was organised by the Catholic Grandparents Association and was celebrated in the Cathedral of the Assumption in Tuam. In his homily, Archbishop Neary [...]
The Diocese of Waterford and Lismore is now recruiting for a Diocesan Co-ordinator for Faith Formation and New Evangelisation. This is the first such appointment for the diocese, and the appointment will be for three years. The post will be based at Bishop’s House in John’s Hill in Waterford. Announcing the new role, Bishop Alphonsus [...]
Fr Hamel has left an indelible spiritual heritage for the whole Church and beyond
The picnic is part of diocesan preparations for next year's World Meeting of Families
This year’s Reek Sunday to focus on family as part of preparations for World Meeting of Families 2018
The Famine 1848 Walk, now in its eleventh year, is undertaken to commemorate all those who suffered in the Great Famine.
Gesture aims to encourage governments to support FAO's emergency response.
After praying the Angelus with those present in the Square, Pope Francis made a hearfelt appeal for moderation and dialogue follwoing the flare of violence in Jerusalem.