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RSS Irish Catholic Newspaper

  • Answering our unknown questions December 7, 2018
    It’s our job to shine the light that first shone in Bethlehem, writes Ciara Ferry   During the Advent and Christmas season, many people find themselves asking the question “What do I want?” Oftentimes the answer can be found in the Black Friday sales, but does not actually satisfy any longer than it takes for us to use the new piece of technology or attend t
  • Archbishop in the dark on nuns’ maternity hospital plans December 6, 2018
    Canon law may still block proposal    The Archdiocese of Dublin has been left in the dark over plans by the Religious Sisters of Charity to relinquish control of the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group and enable the building of a new National Maternity Hospital. According to a diocesan spokesperson, there has been no contact between the sisters and the archdioces
  • Parish ‘delighted’ as Newman set for canonisation December 6, 2018
    Parishioners at the Dublin church founded by Cardinal Newman are “delighted” that a second miracle attributed to him has been recognised by the Vatican, paving his way to sainthood. Blessed Cardinal Newman founded and designed Newman University Church which has brought “many great experiences of Faith and worship to people” according to the parish priest. Fr
  • Offer students a person, not just a package – priest December 6, 2018
    Wellbeing programmes in Faith schools could do more to help protect students from mental health issues, a leading Irish theologian has said. Tuam-based priest Prof. Eamonn Conway and Dr Kerry Greer of Limerick’s Mary Immaculate College have said that emerging resilience programmes in Irish schools lack a scientific basis, and that the notion of Christian hop
  • Priest praises Ballymurphy Massacre families at memorial December 6, 2018
    Those guilty of the shooting of 10 innocent people in Ballymurphy showed “sneering contempt” and “lack of repentance” according to the parish priest at a memorial service. Relatives and friends of the victims held a candlelit vigil in memory of their loved ones who were killed in West Belfast in 1971. The Ballymurphy shootings occurred as the British army at