Category: Irish News

More diocesan re-organisation on the cards

The move by Pope Francis to put two dioceses in the west under the leadership of a single bishop is just the first phase of structural rationalisation in the Church in Ireland, The Irish Catholic understands. The Pontiff indicated last week that when Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora Brendan Kelly retires shortly, the diocese…

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Catholic conference seeks to shed light on Covid vaccines

An upcoming conference, Concerned about Covid-19 Vaccines?, is seeking to dispel the confusion that’s gathered around the safety and morality of Covid-19 vaccines from a Catholic and scientific perspective, according to one of the panellists, Dr Orla Nolan. Speaking to The Irish Catholic newspaper, Senior Clinical Pharmacist and experienced medical safety assessor Dr Nolan said…

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Catholic Olympian’s silver medal bid pays off

A Polish, Catholic Olympian who auctioned her silver medal in August to pay for eight-month-old Miłosz’s heart surgery, was reunited with the happy boy earlier this week following the successful surgery. Maria Andrejczyk, a devout Catholic, who credits her adherence to the Faith to her upbringing, offered to auction off the silver medal she won…

Irish bishops to carefully consider Latin Mass changes

The Irish bishops’ conference has confirmed that each individual bishop will give “careful consideration” on how to implement Traditionis Custodes, the Pope’s motu proprio on the Traditional Latin Mass. The conference’s press office stated that the motu proprio, which introduced new restrictions on the TLM or Extraordinary Form, was discussed by the Irish bishops at…

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