Following up on a plan announced at last year’s Meeting for the Protection of Minors in the Church, Pope Francis has launched a task force to help Bishops’ Conferences prepare and update child protection guidelines.
The last day of February is observed as Rare Disease Day. It is estimated that over 300 million people in the world suffer from over 6,000 identified rare diseases.
Pope Francis on Ash Wednesday, reflecting on how the coming forty days are a good time to make room for the Word of God in our lives.
Lent offers us the opportunity of renewal, of refreshment and of conversion – Archbishop Eamon Martin
Faithcast podcast features Archbishop Eamon Martin on #LivingLent and Day of Prayer for Survivors and Victims of Abuse
To mark Saint Patrick's Day 2020, An Post issued five stamps that highlight the experiences of Irish people who have emigrated.
Ahead of Ash Wednesday, Archbishop Eamon Martin has launched the #LivingLent initiative on Twitter and Instagram.
Veritas, the publishing house of the Irish Episcopal Conference, has produced the keynote addresses from the gathering.
Mission stories from over the decades to be shared
Pope Francis has asked for the support of all the European bishops for his migrants appeal, recalling that “Mercy is the second name of Love”.
Mother, look upon the poor of the Amazon region, for their home is being destroyed by petty interests - Pope Francis