Pope Francis celebrated his first public Mass on Thai soil at Bangkok’s National Stadium.
Archbishop Eamon Martin attended the launch of two books by Dr Gaven Kerr and Dr Philip Gonzales on Monday 18 November in Saint Patricks College Maynooth.
Confirming these nation’s small Catholic communities in the faith, promoting interreligious dialogue, defending life and the environment: these are just some of the themes underlining the Holy Father's visit to Thailand and Japan.
I look forward to working with the members of the new council as, together, we encounter the challenges and opportunities that face the diocese today. - Bishop Larry Duffy
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Pope will highlight the themes of mission, environmental protection, and peace.
“These changes reflect the changing character of our parishes and communities” – Bishop Dermot Farrell
Bishop Dermot Farrell of Ossory has issued a pastoral letter outlining the changes that will occur in the Diocese from 1 December 2019.
The Mass will air live on RTÉ One Television and RTÉ Radio 1 Extra/Long wave 252) at 11.00am on Sunday 17 November.
The third World Day of the Poor will be marked in the Universal Church on Sunday 17 November.
The condition of Christians in the world was mentioned, as well as certain situations of international crisis, particularly the sorrowful situation in South Sudan.