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Rev Dr Eoin Cassidy, Chair of the International sub-committee of the Irish Commission for Justice & Social Affairs, opening remarks at the media launch of: “Palestine/Israel – Principles for a Just Peace” Buswells Hotel

PRESS RELEASE 27TH FEBRUARY 2007 Rev Dr Eoin Cassidy, Chair of the International sub-committee of the Irish Commission for Justice & Social Affairs, opening remarks at the media launch of: “Palestine/Israel – Principles for a Just Peace” Buswells Hotel 27 February 2007 Friends, colleagues and all present To those among you who have visited the […]

Bishops’ Commission for Justice and Social Affairs hosts conference – The Common Good in an Unequal World

PRESS RELEASE 2 MARCH 2006 BISHOPS’ COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS HOSTS CONFERENCE – THE COMMON GOOD IN AN UNEQUAL WORLD “The social teaching of the Church is an essential part of the Christian message. At the same time we realise that we live in a broken world” – Bishop Raymond Field The Irish […]

Catholic Bishops’ Commission for Justice & Social Affairs publishes “Promoting Fairness in Trade: The Challenge to Eliminate Poverty”

PRESS RELEASE 1 DECEMBER 2005 CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS PUBLISHES “PROMOTING FAIRNESS IN TRADE: THE CHALLENGE TO ELIMINATE POVERTY” A POSITION PAPER TO MARK THE SIXTH WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG IRISH COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS (ICJSA) “PROMOTING FAIRNESS IN TRADE: THE CHALLENGE TO ELIMINATE POVERTY” […]

Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs recommends a rights based approach to State’s immigration policy

Press Release 15 September 2005 Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs recommends a rights based approach to State’s immigration policy Immigration policy should provide for a statutory entitlement to family reunification for Irish citizens and legal immigrants The Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs (ICJSA), chaired by Bishop Raymond Field, has recommended a […]

Bishops call on Government to reach 0.7% overseas aid target by 2010

Press Release 9 September 2005 Embargoed until 1.00pm on Friday 9th September 2005 Bishops call on Government to reach 0.7% overseas aid target by 2010 The Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, Dr Seán Brady, along with the Bishop of Clonfert, Dr John Kirby and Auxiliary Bishop of Dublin, Dr Raymond Field, today […]

Launch of the Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs and its Advisory Board by Dr Seán Brady, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland at Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Co Kildare

PRESS RELEASE 13 JUNE 2005 LAUNCH OF THE IRISH COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS BY DR SEAN BRADY, ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH AND PRIMATE OF ALL IRELAND AT ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE, MAYNOOTH The following is the text of Archbishop Sean Brady’s address and commissioning prayer at the launch of the Irish Commission for Justice and […]

Presentation of the Irish Edition of the COMPENDIUM OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH Speaking notes of Most Rev. Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin, Primate of Ireland

PRESS RELEASE 13 JUNE 2005 PRESENTATION OF THE IRISH EDITION OF THE COMPENDIUM OF THE SOCIAL DOCTRINE OF THE CHURCH SPEAKING NOTES OF MOST REV. DIARMUID MARTIN, ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN, PRIMATE OF IRELAND ST. PATRICK’S COLLEGE, MAYNOOTH, CO KILDARE I remember well my first introduction into the world of international finance. It was in early […]

Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs calls on Government to honour UN aid target of 0.7% of Ireland’s GNI

PRESS RELEASE 13 JUNE 2005 IRISH COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO HONOUR UN AID TARGET OF 0.7% OF IRELAND’S GNI The Irish Commission for Justice and Social Affairs welcomes the forthcoming publication of the White Paper on Development Cooperation.  It offers the opportunity to set out the parameters that in […]

Church Body Urges for Removal of Death Penalty from Constitution

The Irish Commission for Justice and Peace has urged Catholics to vote in favour of the removal of references to the death penalty from the Constitution, in the forthcoming June 7 referendum.

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