Katie Ascough speaks to The Irish Catholic at the launch of the LoveBoth campaign here in Dublin today.
Irish GP, Dr Siobhan Crowley, from the new group of medical professionals the ‘Medical Alliance for the 8th’ spoke at a press conference on Kildare street in Dublin supporting the retention of the Eighth Amendment. Below is the full text of Dr Crowley’s March 22 statement, in which she said: “In the event of repeal,…
As the days draw closer to a referendum on the Eighth Amendment, The Iona Institute launches their billboard campaign.
With the theme of Catholic Schools Week 2018 (CSW18) being ‘Catholic Schools: Families of Faith’, Bishop Fintan Monahan speaks about the connection between the upcoming World Meeting of Families and the four themes of the one-year catechetical programme for Catholic primary and secondary schools set up by the Catholic Schools Week Steering Committee. CSW18 was…
The upcoming abortion referendum featured heavily in the first cabinet meeting of 2018. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told reporters at Government Buildings there is a fear allowing abortion up to 12 weeks is “one step too far” for majority of public.
Chai Brady from The Irish Catholic has been in Myanmar with the Pope. Read the coverage of the historic visit from the December 7 edition of The Irish Catholic here.
In this week’s issue of The Irish Catholic, Sacred Heart Missionary Fr Vincent Screene explains why returning to Venezuela is so important to him
“The Budget isn’t on the scale required to tackle the crisis that ordinary Irish people are experiencing in their lives day by day” – Fr Sean Healy, Social Justice Ireland.
Archbishop Paul Gallagher – Secretary for Relations with States of the Holy See (Vatican foreign minister) – speaks at the Cardinal Cahal Daly Memorial Lecture in Belfast on the practice of dialogue.
The Pope’s new representative to Ireland Papal Nuncio Archbishop Jude Thaddeus Okolo has presented his credentials to President Michael D. Higgins. Chai Brady has this report (video by Colm Fitzpatrick).