Vatican safeguarding commission launches new website
www.protectionofminors.va provides resources across four categories: ‘Healing and Care’, ‘Guidelines’, ‘Education’, and the ‘Day of Prayer ’.
Live animal crib gets makeover
“The Crib reminds us of the simplicity of the Christmas message and represents a small piece of the countryside in the heart of Dublin’s vibrant bustling streets” – Brendan Carr, Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Primate outlines vision for parishes and dioceses of the future
“It will be impossible for us to hold on to the ways we lived parish in the past. The parishes of tomorrow will be ‘communities of intentional disciples’ sustained by committed and formed lay people.”
Two Syrian Orthodox prelates denied entry to Britain
It is “unbelievable that these persecuted Christians who come from the cradle of Christianity are being told there is no room at the inn, when the UK is offering a welcome to Islamists who persecute Christians.”
Bishop seeks to establish permanent diaconate and parish catechists in Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnois
“By virtue of our baptismal vocation we are all called to serve in our Church and to utilise our gifts” – Bishop Francis Duffy.
A martyr for America
Fr Rother was warned his name was on a death list, but he asked his bishop for permission to return to Guatemala.
Oireachtas honours Mayo missionary
Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl TD will present the Oireachtas Human Dignity Award to Gena Heraty of Viatores Christi on Thursday 8 December.
Private sector tenants need protection, says SVP
The high cost of rent is a factor preventing many households from being able to afford a minimum essential standard of living
Eucharistic Adoration is a winner among children
Children of the Eucharist programme, developed in Ireland, spreads to UK.
SVP Mid West launches Christmas Campaign
Minister notes “the very confidential nature of the work done and the importance of visitation in providing informal supports to people”.
300K anti abortion petitions presented to NI assembly
Meanwhile, ‘LoveBoth’ project is launched in Republic of Ireland, highlighting lives saved by Eighth Amendment.
Work of Irish sisters in Tanzania brings hope to HIV sufferers
“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”
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