World Mission Sunday, and the mission month of October, calls on every person, in every parish, in every corner of the world to stand together to share what they can, no matter how little. - Archbishop Kieran O'Reilly
Two-day Winter Meeting concludes in Maynooth
Pope Francis gathers scientists, religious leaders and experts in the Vatican for a “Faith and Science: Towards COP26” meeting, during which participants signed a joint appeal ahead of the upcoming UN COP26 Climate Conference.
“Jesus gave us the image of the good Samaritan as the model for our compassion and our solidarity with those who find themselves vulnerable and who fear being abandoned in their final illness” – Bishop Kevin Doran
Catholics are urged to sign the “Healthy Planet Healthy People” petition as a key action for this year’s Season of Creation
The global Christian family is called to awaken to the urgent need to heal our relationships with creation and with each other and to encourage our parish communities to do the same, “for we know that things can change!” (Laudato Si’, 13).
Irish public help support and improve the lives of 2.7 million people despite pandemic challenges at home – Trócaire
The Trócaire annual report highlights the significant challenges to democratic space and the protection of human rights in 2020.
After the Mass an Irish oak tree was planted to commemorate the first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly.
The Pope leaves Gemelli hospital on Wednesday morning and visits the Basilica of Saint Mary Major to pray before the icon of the Virgin Mary Salus Populi Romani before returning to the Vatican.