Today, Friday 31 January, Archbishop Eamon Martin and Bishop Michael Router have issued a statement concerning the 2020 General Election.
Month: January 2020
"There are eight Beatitudes and it would be nice to learn them by heart and to repeat them in order to keep this law that Jesus gives us in our mind and in our hearts.” - Pope Francis
The Holy Father spoke about the “intangible value” of human life, of care for the terminally ill, and of the need to rewrite the “grammar” of responsibility and caring for those who are suffering.
Archbishop Eamon Martin and Bishop Michael Router will launch a ‘Year of Reflection and Prayer’ in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh.
The Funeral Mass for the late Seamus Mallon RIP was celebrated on Monday 27 January last in Saint James of Jerusalem Church, Mullaghbrack, Archdiocese of Armagh.
Bishops’ Council for Marriage and the Family to participate in conference on pastoral care of the elderly
Pope Francis loves the elderly and, from the beginning of his pontificate, on numerous occasions, he has emphasised their indispensable role in dialogue with young people in the transmission of the faith and in the youth’s rediscovery of their own roots. - Bishop Denis Nulty
"It is a reason for rejoicing for us in Achonry that a priest of Father Paul’s calibre and extensive experience in pastoral ministry in his native diocese of Kildare and Leighlin comes to us as our new bishop. We assure him of our prayers as he prepares for his new role and we ask God to bless him with joy, contentment and peace in his ministry among us." - Fr Dermot Meehan
Pope Francis says we need God’s Word so that we can hear, amid the thousands of other words in our daily lives, that one word that speaks to us not about things, but about life. His call to the faithful comes during Holy Mass to celebrate the first Sunday of the World of God.
With the death of Seamus Mallon the people of Armagh and Ireland have lost one of our most respected sons and bravest leaders. A person of global stature, Seamus was a county Armagh man through and through, and he gave his gifts unselfishly and tirelessly to serve the betterment of the whole community on this island, north and south. - Archbishop Eamon Martin