“It’s God’s business what happens with the song and if it makes the charts it would be great. If it goes viral that would be great too." - Sister Colette
Pope Francis presides over the canonizations of Cardinal John Henry Newman, Sister Marian Thresia, Sister Giuseppina Vannini, Sister Dulce Lopes Pontes, and Marguerite Bays.
Pope Francis appeals for honest and transparent dialogue to solve the current military crisis in northeast Syria.
Church leaders express concern over Stormont impasse and imminent triggering of abortion legislation
Church leaders met Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Rt Hon Julian Smith MP, in Armagh yesterday evening to express their concerns regarding the continued Stormont impasse and its effect on civic society and the most vulnerable in particular.
In 2001 the Irish Episcopal Conference received permission from the Holy See to proceed with the restoration of the Permanent Diaconate in Ireland.
Anglicans and Catholics can jointly celebrate Newman Canonisation
Pope Francis reminds Synod participants of the need to focus on understanding and serving the people of the Amazon.
Archbishop Kieran O'Reilly SMA speaks about the fate of his friend and colleague Father Pier Luigi Macalli who was abducted more than a year ago.
Pope Francis will highlight the role of memory and storytelling across generations in his message for World Communications Day 2020.
Pope Francis’ Apostolic Letter, Motu proprio "Aperuit illis", published on 30 September, establishes that "the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time is to be devoted to the celebration, study and dissemination of the Word of God". The timing of the document is significant: 30 September is the Feast of Saint Jerome, the man who translated most [...]