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‘God is calling us today, more than ever, to be caring stewards of creation’ – Archbishop Eamon Martin

In his homily marking the beginning of the Season of Creation Archbishop Eamon Martin invites us to be caring stewards of Creation, to protect and nourish our planet and its resources, and not to selfishly waste them or ruthlessly and excessively exploit and destroy them. 

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Fr. Lombardi: Gratitude to God for my 80 years, communicating well is a mission

The former director of Vatican Radio and the Holy See Press Office reflects on a life spent in service of the Church under three Popes, and urges new generations to serve as journalists not only as a profession, but as a vocation.

By |2022-08-29T16:47:28+01:0029/08/2022|

Church Leaders ‘deeply concerned’ with cost of living crisis

The Church Leaders said that practical support “…must go hand in hand with a longer term refocusing of government policies to deliver real and meaningful social justice and eliminate poverty across this island.”

By |2022-09-01T09:30:30+01:0025/08/2022|

‘Leave Your Mark podcast offers hope to people facing addiction’ – Bishop Michael Router

Gwen McKenna from the Family Support Network speaks about the heartache of having a loved one in addiction. Help or support can often be lacking in this area, leaving families as the silent victims of someone else’s choices.

By |2022-09-01T12:32:58+01:0023/08/2022|

Pope Francis at Audience: ‘Alliance between youth and elderly will save humanity’

Pope Francis continues his catechesis on the meaning and value of old age at the weekly General Audience, and encourages young people to overcome the generational gap to embrace the ‘credible witness’ of the elderly.

By |2022-08-17T15:18:13+01:0017/08/2022|

Poverty should not be the case in 2022 – Brother Kevin Crowley 

As Br. Kevin Crowley OFM Cap., founder and director of the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin prepares to retire from feeding and providing assistance to some of Ireland’s most disadvantaged, he says after 50 years it’s sad to see people suffering hardship in 2022.

By |2022-08-17T15:12:32+01:0017/08/2022|