Pope Francis recommends that young people talk to their grandparents and to their elders, and that old people talk to young people.
Pope Francis encourages students from Catholic Chaplaincy at Queen’s University Belfast to promote culture of encounter
Pope Francis spurs Catholic students from Queen’s University in Belfast to cultivate the culture of encounter so as to contribute to building up Ireland’s noble traditions of hospitality, reconciliation and fidelity to the Gospel.
Monsignor Kennedy was born in Dublin on 15 July 1968. He was ordained a priest on 13 July 1993 for the Archdiocese of Dublin.
Reflecting on Earth Day, Cardinal Michael Czerny explains why the Church and Pope Francis care so greatly about the Earth, and laments "menacing failures" which make action to protect the environment "urgent."
“Aspal supports faith formation across Ireland by making learning more accessible to people” – Father Dermot Ryan
A Pastoral Kit is available for dioceses and parishes to assist with the local celebration of the 10th World Meeting of Families.
This year Accord is celebrating 60 years supporting couples and families.
During the first Wednesday General Audience in Saint Peter's Square in over two years, Pope Francis highlights the importance of honouring the elderly, and calls for young people to be educated about life and its stages.
Slow Catechesis: Contemplative Education in Late Modernity.