Saturday’s ‘Miles for Mission’ walk/run in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, will help raise funds to support the children of Atse primary school located in one of the most challenging neighbourhoods in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
This Sunday, 14 October, Pope Francis will canonise Blessed Pope Paul VI and Blessed Oscar Romero, the martyred Archbishop of San Salvador, as saints.
Last Thursday, the Oireachtas began debating the bill which proposes to make abortion widely available in Ireland within the coming months.
In his message, Pope Francis offers a warm word of greeting to the Irish people and shares his hopes that WMOF2018 will be a source of encouragement for families.
The new emoji celebrating this historic visit will be triggered using the following hashtags: #PopeInIreland, #PápaInÉirinn, #WMOF2018 and #FestivalofFamilies.
The death of Bishop Fiachra O’Ceallaigh, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Dublin, was announced on Sunday 29 July.
“Celebrate and proclaim the ethos of your universities” – Archbishop Eamon Martin at opening Mass for IFCU Assembly
More than 200 university presidents, vice- presidents and international development officers to the College have gathered in Maynooth to participate in the assembly.
The Festival of Families will be one of the highlights of the WMOF2018 and is choreographed as a celebration of family life.
Intercom editor, Father Chris Hayden, speaks with Cardinal Kevin Farrell, Dublin-born Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, ahead of the upcoming World Meeting of Families.
The World Meeting of Families 2018 has today announced that all 500,000 tickets for its Closing Mass in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, on Sunday 26 August, are now booked out.