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March 10, 2020
Dublin's iconic St Patrick's Day parade has been cancelled due to fears over the spread of coronavirus
November 29, 2019
More than 10 years after its final report, the commission set up by the Irish government to investigate claims of abuse in religious-run institutions has admitted that it overestimated the number of children in the homes. In a statement, the Commission to Inquire Into Child Abuse said the number of children housed in the institutions
February 26, 2019
Anglican Archbishop Michael Jackson of Dublin said he was shocked after thieves broke into a church in the Irish capital, vandalizing the crypt and taking the head of an 800-year-old mummy known as “the Crusader.” The crypt was damaged and several of the mummies, including the 400-year-old remains of a nun, were desecrated in the
January 06, 2019
The primate of All-Ireland has insisted that the country’s new abortion law that took effect on January 1 has “no moral force” and it “must be resisted” by Catholics. Archbishop Eamon Martin of Armagh, Northern Ireland, who also is president of the Irish bishops’ conference, said in a message to mark the legislation that the
July 20, 2018
The 'Festival of Families' will be a two-hour spectacle of music and dance
May 28, 2018
Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick said the vote 'does not change our position'
May 26, 2018
Referendum result ‘a tragedy of historic proportions’
April 27, 2018
The relic was stolen from Christ Church Cathedral in 2012
March 14, 2018
Some Irish pubs are keeping up old traditions and refusing to open on Good Friday
July 24, 2015
Irish sculptor Dony MacManus unveiled his work in progress artwork in Dublin this week
June 11, 2015
Bishop Leo O'Reilly is asking his fellow bishops to consider the idea
June 03, 2015
Church in Ireland appeals for new inclusive language
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