Julieann Moran is the General Secretary of the Synodal Pathway of the Catholic Church in Ireland.
Month: October 2022
Earlier this month, National Traveller Mental Health Day was marked with a celebration of Mass at Knock Shrine, Co Mayo.
On World Mission Sunday last, Archbishop Eamon Martin celebrated the Mass of Thanksgiving on the occasion of Saint John of God’s leaving Drumcar after 76 years.
On Sunday last, 85-year-old Pope Francis was the first pilgrim to register for World Youth Day, which will take place in Lisbon on 1 to 6 August 2023 on the theme: ‘Carrying Christ to the World’. The previous World Youth Day was hosted in Panama, in 2019, and an...
Since his retirement as Apostolic Nuncio to Greece in 2009, Archbishop Coveney resided in Crosshaven Parish in the Diocese of Cork and Ross.
The theme for World Mission Sunday this year is ‘You Shall Be My Witnesses’ (Acts 1:8).
Bishops appeal to Government to extend energy-cost support to local community facilities which are not grant aided
"Especially during winter church buildings are frequented by the homeless and vulnerable to keep warm and to be safe." - Bishops
Bishops noted the increasing number of Ukrainian people forced to flee from their country, over 50,000 of who are now in Ireland.
Counsellors who work with Accord, the Catholic marriage care service, have expressed their heartfelt sympathy, solidarity and prayerful support for the community of Creeslough following the horrific explosion in the Co Donegal village on 7 October.
Archbishops Neary and Duffy attend ‘Western Mass’ of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem
On Saturday, 15 October last, the ‘Western Mass’ of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem - Lieutenancy of Ireland - took place in Saint John the Baptist Church, The Neale, Co Mayo.