Moon landing shows need for more openness

As the world celebrates the anniversary of the moon landing people should remember the “gruesome” situation many migrants face along the Earth’s man-made borders, a leading theologian and academic has said. It was July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. Prof. Eamonn…

Autistic children focused on by Church in State dialogue

The Archbishop of Dublin raised the “challenges faced by parents of children with autism” during closed Government talks last week. The plenary meeting of the Church-State dialogue included 28 representatives of Churches, Faith Communities and Non-Confessional Organisations. According to the Archdiocese of Dublin their delegates “spoke on respect for and protection of the specific contribution…

Thousands of pro-lifers march to defend unborn

About 10,000 people marched to support the right to life in Dublin over the weekend with the hopes to change culture, oppose Ireland’s new abortion law and defend conscience rights for medical professionals. People of all religions and none, ages, genders and ethnicities attended the Rally For Life, which took place in Dublin on Saturday.…