“Humans of the World Meeting of Families is a very honest book on family. It’s not pious or devotional; it’s not artifical or canned. It’s rooted, it’s grounded in the joys and sorrows of family life.” - Bishop Denis Nulty
Parishioners in Bonnybrook in Dublin will be worshipping at the altar used at the Papal Mass now that their newly refurbished Parish Church has reopened.
Keynote address was delivered by Cardinal Kevin Farrell.
Find the WMOF2018 team at Stand 644, Row 29, Block 2.
The family has been fundamental to the ministry of Pope Francis from the outset. - Fr Tim Bartlett
“No better time than now to re-energize, to renew, to revisit our understanding of family.” – Bishop Denis Nulty
At the Chrism Mass we have all come home to renew priestly promises; to replenish sacramental oil stocks and to rejuvenate our Diocesan family. - Bishop Denis Nulty
The conference will hear testimonies from families on their experiences and challenges of living as a Catholic family today.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin shares his hopes for the World Meeting of Families 2018 ahead of Pope Francis’ meeting with the Irish bishops
Pope Francis has said now to so many people that he wants to come, that we can be sure that this is his intention. - Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
Families from all over the world will gather in Dublin from 22-26 August 2018 to reflect on the theme for WMOF2018 which is, The Gospel of the Family: Joy for the World.