“Aspire not to have more but to be more” – Archbishop Oscar Romero
Latest Bishops’ statements and homilies on the marriage referendum
World Communications Day 2015 – Communicating the Family: A Privileged Place of Encounter with the Gift of Love
‘Communicating the Family: A Privileged Place of Encounter with the Gift of Love’
The month of May sees students in second and third level making their final preparations for key academic examinations such as the Junior Cert, Leaving Cert, GCSEs, A Levels and end of year college exams. Exam season can be a stressful time for students and their families and so it is a time when […]
The Meaning of Marriage newsletter for Sunday 10 May 2015 is now available. Click below to download a PDF version as well as a Jpeg image version: Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 8 for Sunday 10 May 2015
A Message on the Marriage Referendum: ‘Care for the Covenant of Marriage’ by Archbishop Eamon Martin
To interfere with the definition of marriage is not a simple or a trivial matter – Archbishop Eamon Martin
Content from the May 2015 issue of Intercom, including ideas for an Exam Liturgy by Fr Chris O’Donnell, Limerick Diocesan Pastoral Centre.
Bishop John Buckley: “I encourage everyone to think about these issues and to vote on 22 May. The effects of this proposed amendment will be far-reaching for this and for future generations. I say to all voters: Marriage is important – reflect before you change it.”
The Meaning of Marriage, a pastoral statement on behalf of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference, advises the faithful that to redefine the nature of marriage would be to undermine it as the fundamental building block of our society.
Please click below for archive copies of The Meaning of Marriage newsletter: Issue 7: Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 7 3 May 2015 Issue 6: Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 6 26 April 2015 Issue 5: Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 5 19 April 2015 Issue 4: The Meaning of Marriage Newsletter Issue 4 Sunday […]