Spirituality conference planned in Galway
A group of 20 young people from the Archdiocese of Tuam recently visited Clare Island.
Seven Catholic social justice organisations have called for an end to the “devastating” austerity Budgets
Health officials say they are considering the case of a woman who went from Northern Ireland to England for an abortion because she was told her baby had no chance of survival
HIQA makes 34 recommendations on improving the care of clinically deteriorating pregnant women.
Pakistan – A prayer service has been held at the Church of All Saints in Peshawar, the site of the September 22 suicide attack on the Christian community. As protests continue to demand greater security for the community, the church reopened to allow for prayers for the 83 lives lost when a suicide bomber struck…
A shift in ‘values’ is causing division, writes Michael Higgins
“Children are being failed,” the head of a children’s charity has stated of Ireland’s lack of provision for children abused and at risk. Speaking to The Irish Catholic after the launch of the latest CARI annual report, the body’s CEO Mary Flaherty said the State is failing to deal adequately with child sexual abuse. “The…
Groups write to Pope seeking reform
Turkey stands accused this week after it emerged that the state’s military may have had a hand in a notorious case of triple murder of Christians in 2007. The deaths of German missionary Tilmann Geske and converts to Christianity Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel are better known locally as the Zivre murders, the name garnered…