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+ Fintan Monahan Jan 17
Looking forward to Medjugorje Pilgrimage this Summer. Booking details attached.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 17
Political party Aontú is set to have at least 20 candidates in the general election on February 8, according to Meath TD & party leader Peadar Tóibín. They have a multiple issue mandate including protection of the right to life and all Ireland unification.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 17
Irish Catholics can support “dwindling” Faith communities in the Holy Land by visiting them and showing solidarity as they face increasing threat from Muslim extremism, Bishop Alan McGuckian SJ of Raphoe has said.
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Michael Kelly ن Jan 16
Faced with a general election, what’s a person of Faith to do? My thoughts in this week
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The Irish Catholic Jan 16
Everyone wishes every blessing in his future ministry. It’s been a pleasure to work with on so many worthy projects.
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Chai Brady Jan 16
Final Penal law in Ireland repealed
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Chai Brady Jan 16
Brutal attacks on Christians in Nigeria are condemned
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Brendan O'Regan Jan 16
In my column this week on , Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle on BBC Four, ().
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The Irish Catholic Jan 16
Replying to @IrishCathNews
Expressing disappointment at the decision of the college, Prof. Conway said “I sincerely hope this will not cause any damage to our Catholic ethos. Read the full article here:
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The Irish Catholic Jan 16
'SURPRISE' AS TOP CATHOLIC COLLEGE REJECTS COURSE IN CATHOLIC ETHICS Academics at the country’s largest Catholic college rejected a new course on Christian ethics in healthcare.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 14
There’s fatigue heading into 2020 in the US, but also cause for a bit of optimism, writes Christopher White () '..as one archbishop recently told me, “expect some surprises this year. The Pope is unafraid.”' [Subscriber-only]
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The Irish Catholic Jan 14
The greatest threats to Christianity come not from the right but from the left, writes Dr Tom Finegan 'We are now an ‘other’. The expression of hatred towards our beliefs and even ourselves as a class is often proudly advertised.' [Subscriber-only]
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The Irish Catholic Jan 13
'There are those who describe themselves as being ‘woke’, alert to and condemnatory of injustice and inequality. However, the ‘woke’ seem to accept only their definition of what is to be accepted as comprising justice and equality.' [Subscriber-only]
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The Irish Catholic Jan 13
Pope Emeritus Benedict appears to make a staunch defence of mandatory priestly celibacy in a new book. It comes as some reports suggest that Pope Francis may be considering making the discipline optional. Where do you stand on the issue? Should celibacy be a choice, or mandatory?
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The Irish Catholic Jan 13
Replying to @MaryKenny4
'For Irish citizens who hoped to uphold the Eighth Amendment, respecting the life of the unborn as well as the life of the mother, it was a dismaying and upsetting picture.' How do you think history will view this referendum and its results? Reply to us and let us know
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The Irish Catholic Jan 13
Opinion: Mary Kenny () When the history of Ireland in the decade of 2010-2020 is written, one picture will surely dominate: the photograph of thousands cheering outside Dublin Castle as the results of the abortion referendum were announced.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 10
is to become one of the first Irish bishops to lead a group to Medjugorje, after the Vatican changed rules which had banned bishops from leading groups before this point.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 10
Dr Austen Ivereigh () , a respected Papal biographer, has called on former president Mary McAleese to “tone down the rhetoric” after she said Pope Francis hasn’t done enough to reform the Church.
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The Irish Catholic Jan 9
“Today we have a problem in which people think they’re literate as Catholics because they went to a Catholic school and they were Baptised and so they speak about things Catholic, but they often don’t know what they’re speaking about.”- Dr Fáinche Ryan TCD
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The Irish Catholic Jan 9
“People are more concerned about hospitals than politics,” Bishop McKeown of Derry says, stating that current leading parties in Northern Ireland will miss out on votes in the next election if they fail to come to an agreement and restore the government.
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