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Human life in general, and your police service in particular, is built upon the virtue of hope – Archbishop Farrell

On Thursday, 17 November, Archbishop Dermot Farrell delivered a homily in Church of the Holy Family, Aughrim Street for the Deceased Members of An Garda Síochána in this, their Centenary Year 2022.  Opening his reflection, Archbishop Farrell said, “We pray that they may rest in the peace and steadfast care of the One who created [...]

By |2022-11-18T14:13:37+00:0018/11/2022|

Pope Francis: do not communicate devoid of values, rather with Christian and human values

“To be a communicator with values is this: to go, to walk, to risk, convinced that I am giving my life with my values, Christian values and human values.”

By |2022-11-18T09:57:50+00:0018/11/2022|

We need to grapple with the big questions for the Church – Archbishop Martin

On Saturday last, Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, spoke to the graduate class of 2022 in theology and philosophy in his role as Chancellor of Saint Patrick’s Pontifical University, Maynooth.

By |2022-11-16T16:57:31+00:0016/11/2022|

“We often avoid thinking about our mortality” – Father Neil O’Donoghue

"The book can help all readers reflect themselves on the end of their lives and to help others in their family or community confront these realities.” - Father Neil O'Donoghue

By |2022-11-11T10:07:04+00:0011/11/2022|

Bishop Hayes: the work of prison chaplains is vital but unheralded

Last Sunday, 6 November, the Church marked Prisoners’ Sunday, a special day when we remember in prayer prisoners as well as recognising those who pastorally support their innate dignity in circumstances that can sometimes be devoid of humanity. Bishop Martin Hayes of Kilmore, who is the liaison bishop for prisoners, said in a statement which [...]

By |2022-11-04T17:12:55+00:0004/11/2022|