This feature includes video reflections by Bishop Denis Nulty on the Easter Triduum, details of ceremonies including Dawn Masses which will be held around the country and informaiton on Pope Francis' Easter schedule.
‘On the first day of the week, at early Dawn they went to the tomb….’ he is not here, he is risen’. (Luke 24, 1, 6) Many Irish dioceses and parishes will host Dawn Masses on Easter Sunday morning. Dawn Mass is a very spiritual opportunity to celebrate Mass while watching the dawn...
Blessed Popes John XXIII and John Paul II will be canonised on April 27 2014, Divine Mercy Sunday.
The Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelisation wrote to dioceses across the world in February of this year, inviting them to take part in the '24 Hours for the Lord' initiative.
The Irish Episcopal Council for Emigrants has produced an Emigrant Information Pack to assist those considering emigration. This pack includes a section on each of the main receiving countries, with information about visa and immigration requirements, advice on obtaining accommodation, employment and healthcare, and contact details for relevant organisations.
Some background information on Saint Patrick, the text of St Patrick's Breastplate in Irish and English and in a video interview Professor Salvador Ryan responds to the question: 'Who was St Patrick?'
To celebrate the first anniversary of the election of Pope Francis to the chair of Peter, the Vatican have created an archive presenting highlights from the first year of Pope Francis' ministry.