Monthly Archives: May 2018

‘The pro-life cause in Ireland is now more important than ever’ – Archbishop Eamon Martin

‘Every human life is beautiful, every human life is sacred, every human life is precious. This remains true after the referendum result,’ Archbishop Eamon Martin has said.

By |2018-05-29T15:15:07+01:0029/05/2018|

‘Grieving the loss of a baby at any stage in life’s journey is a universal experience’ – Bernadette Goulding

Bernadette Goulding, director of Rachel’s Vineyard Ireland, a support group for women who have had abortions, has offered her thoughts to, ahead of this Friday’s referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Ms Goulding from Cork City said that ‘Grieving the loss of a baby at any stage in life’s journey is a universal experience’. Ms [...]

By |2018-05-24T10:16:59+01:0024/05/2018|

Archbishop Eamon Martin to join Ecumenical Bible Week in Archdiocese of Dublin

Ecumenical Bible Week for 2018 began this year on Pentecost Sunday 20 May, continuing until Trinity Sunday 27 May. Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland will join the events in Dublin to speak on this year’s theme ‘Handing on the Faith – Crisis, Challenge and the Great Commission’. Now in [...]

By |2018-05-23T15:30:08+01:0023/05/2018|

Fr La Flynn invites visitors to Lough Derg to pray for life

Father La Flynn, Prior of Lough Derg has invited visitors to the island known as the Sanctuary of Saint Patrick to pray for the right to life of the unborn child ahead of the referendum on the Eighth Amendment on 25 May. Welcoming the initiative, Father Flynn said, ‘One of the blessings of ministry on [...]

By |2018-05-22T16:25:12+01:0022/05/2018|

‘A much loved pastor, kind and caring’ – Tributes paid to the late Bishop Christopher Jones RIP

The Requiem Mass for Bishop Jones will be celebrated in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Sligo, at 1.30pm on Tuesday 22 May.

By |2018-05-21T15:42:55+01:0021/05/2018|