“Jesus gave us the image of the good Samaritan as the model for our compassion and our solidarity with those who find themselves vulnerable and who fear being abandoned in their final illness” – Bishop Kevin Doran
Pope Francis is asking the world to listen again.
The Diocese of Dromore apologised unreservedly for the hurt and damage caused to victims and survivors of any priest or church representative acting under its authority saying it finds such behaviour towards children and vulnerable people abhorrent, inexcusable, and indefensible.
At the Wednesday General Audience, Pope Francis tackles the question of justification as he resumes his catechesis on St Paul’s Letter to the Galatians.
Government must honour its commitment to take in refugees and end the desperate system of Direct Provision Centres – Bishop Denis Nulty
Those who come to Ireland as refugees and migrants are people who can, and want to, contribute to our country. Society must honestly ask itself: ‘why are we preventing refugees and migrants from offering their gifts and talents to help build up the wider community?’ - Bishop Nulty
Ordination to the Diaconate in Cork and Ross
Pope Francis recently met representatives of the European bishops’ conferences who are responsible for catechesis.
On Sunday 19 September last, Archbishop Eamon Martin celebrated Mass in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, for the centenary of the Legion of Mary.