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September 03, 2019
The Catholic Church in Ireland has confirmed that a woman who was seriously ill with multiple sclerosis experienced a complete healing of all her symptoms at Knock shrine in September 1989. The cure of Marion Carroll 30 years ago is the first officially recognized healing associated with Ireland’s national Marian shrine since an apparition witnessed
June 12, 2018
The Archbishop of Dublin said Fr Martin's book had the support of three US cardinals
May 16, 2018
Campaigners said many thousands of lives had been saved by Ireland's Eighth Amendment
July 08, 2015
The cardinal said the culture wars are entering a new phase which can only be fought by lay people
November 18, 2014
Cardinal Burke said issues such as Communion for the divorced and re-married should not be on the agenda
March 25, 2014
Marie Collins nominated by Pope Francis to sit on the new Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minor
June 25, 2013
'His eyes are bright and joyous,' says Salvatorian Father Stephan Otto
November 22, 2012
Bishops say in statement that death of Savita Halappanavar has 'stunned our country'
May 03, 2012
Cardinal criticises BBC documentary as misleading and says he had no power to stop abuse
May 10, 2011
Brother Philip Pinto says future is uncertain because of costly abuse cases and a shattered reputation
February 04, 2011
Association of Catholic Priests urges Ireland's bishops to postpone its introduction by at least five years
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