Rosary Sunday is an invitation to people in parishes, in homes, in religious orders to pray the Rosary for the intention of the Family, linking in with those gathered in Rome for the Synod on the Family.
“In times past it was difficult to imagine the world without God. Today it is becoming a challenge to imagine the world with God” – Archbishop Neary
I therefore invite everybody to join in solidarity with all who are suffering in the Middle East and to pray, both personally and at Masses, for peace and justice in these lands. - Bishop McAreavey
Pope Francis receives the new Irish Catholic Catechism for Adults from Director of Veritas, Maura Hyland
On Thursday, 26 June, Maura Hyland, Director of Veritas, presented Pope Francis with a copy of the newly published Irish Catholic Catechism for Adults.
The Pastoral Challenges of the Family in the Context of Evangelization
The annual Croagh Patrick or Reek Sunday pilgrimage this takes place this year on on Sunday 27 July 27. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will begin on the summit at 7:30am and continue until 2:00pm. The first Mass on the summit will be at 8:00am and every half hour thereafter until...
Please, thanks and I'm sorry - Address by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin at conference for ‘Marriage and Family at the Heart of the Parish’
“The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State” - Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
The Irish Catholic Catechism for Adults is a new resource from the Irish Episcopal Conference. Designed to complement the Catechism of the Catholic Church, it is adapted for an Irish audience and written in accessible, easy-to-understand language. The Adult Catechism responds to the proposal made by the Irish National Directory...