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Vocations



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Prayer Requests



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RSS The Irish Catholic

  • Irish Water epitomises all that has gone wrong with this Government
    Irish Water epitomises all that has gone wrong with this Government by Lucinda Creighton December 11, 2014 From the outset, the establishment of Irish Water was a shambles, writes Lucinda CreightonTaoiseach Enda Kenny. Policians and pundits have pondered the explosion of public anger over Irish Water. They have wondered aloud why, after six years of tax incr
  • When we can’t have Mass
    When we can’t have Mass by Michael Kelly December 11, 2014 'the Eucharist should only sparingly be separated from the celebration of the Mass' writes Michael Kelly Pope Francis. Many parishes around Ireland are coming to terms with the reality that priests can no longer be present in the way they were in the past. Fewer ordinations and an aging cle