‘To deliberately and intentionally take the life of an innocent person continues to be gravely morally wrong in all circumstances’
Three honorary doctorates in philosophy awarded at St Patrick’s College
Dublin teenager has been in an Egyptian jail since August 2013
The problem of climate change is one we must all tackle together regardless of faith
Bishop of Cloyne says Dan Duane’s final submission to Doctrine of Faith rejected
Association of Catholic Priests hears six priests faced sanctions over unorthodox views
Association of Catholic Priests speaks out on issues around presumption of innocence
November 21st also marks anniversary of 1974 Birmingham pub bombings
Catholic Bishop of Galway had objected to funding for ‘morally wrong behaviour’
‘Concert for Paris’ from 8pm on Friday to mark the loss of innocent human life
Continues commitment by diocese and College ‘to excellence in education in Kilkenny’
’Murder, the most horrendous act of terrorism, is strictly forbidden in Islam'
GP Cyril Daly began campaign in 1967 to ban corporal punishment
‘We agree that more should be done to help outsiders but not at our expense’
Organisation says divestment of some Catholic schools will not solve pluralism problem
Former president says she raised issue of corporal punishment with Pope Francis
Authors of books on Pope Francis and Holy See reform charged over stolen documents
Abuse by priest could have been prevented had church authorities acted sooner
Ex-president says she has often considered leaving church
May referendum ‘reaffirmed the importance of marriage and family for our society’, Fitzgerald says
A child at a Limerick school was this week allowed to opt out of religious instruction. But across the country many parents, teachers and pupils feel uneasy in Catholic schools
The social-welfare Christmas bonus has been increased this year, to 75 per cent of its pre-crash level. Will it affect the Christmas plans of its recipients – or their political views?
Politicians are reluctant to call for a referendum in a very Dublin-centric issue
Ireland now has lowest divorce rate in EU as fear of surge in procedure proved unfounded
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