Pope Francis often speaks about the need for a ‘revolution of tenderness’ to melt the ‘hardness of heart’ that is so prevalent in today’s world. Nowadays the way of tenderness is indeed counter-cultural and revolutionary. It is perhaps the only way to confront inhumanity and cruelty, to bridge the great divide which greed has created […]
To deliberately and intentionally take the life of an innocent person, whatever their state or stage of life, is always gravely morally wrong. – Archbishop Eamon Martin
Day for Life 2015: ‘Cherishing Life, Accepting Death’
Let’s all be builders of a better world. Let’s protect and choose life!
‘Choose Life!’ is the theme for this year’s Day for Life message in Ireland on 7 October. It promotes respect for human life from the moment of conception. For 2012, the Day for Life also marks the beginning of a special Month of Prayer dedicated to the theme ‘Choose Life!’ and which concludes on the Feast of All the Saints of Ireland (6 November).
On Sunday, 2 October, the Catholic Church in Ireland celebrates Day for Life. In the video, Bishop John Fleming, Bishop of Killala, talks about Day for Life and the theme chosen for 2011: A call to solidarity and hope in difficult times.
‘Day for Life’ Pastoral Letter on the meaning of Christian death (available in English, Irish and Polish languages) 3 October 2010 | Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference
PRESS RELEASE 3 October 2010 Homily of Bishop John Fleming, Bishop of Killala, for ‘Day for Life’ ‘The meaning of Christian death and care for those who are dying’ St Patrick’s Church, Ballina, Co Mayo – Sunday 3 October 2010 “Death is part of living and the door through which we leave behind the burdens […]
PRESS RELEASE 9 September 2010 Day for Life 2010 on the meaning of Christian death and care for those who are dying Special feature on www.catholicbishops.ie Day for Life Mass to be broadcast by RTÉ 1 from Ballina, Co Mayo The Catholic Church in Ireland will celebrate the Day for Life 2010 on Sunday 3 […]
Video reflection with Marie Gribbons, Chaplain in St Francis Hospice in Raheny, Dublin, including the special hospice song written by Sr Marie Dunne