Editor Gerard Gallagher explains how 'Exploring Christus Vivit' features an international group of writers examining key themes in Pope Francis' 2019 apostolic exhortation
Castlerea Community School were the winners of the 2019 All Ireland Schools Public Speaking Competition organised by the Order of the Knights of St Columbanus.
Killina were joint runners up in the 2019 All Ireland Schools Public Speaking Competition organised by the Knights of St Columbanus.
Garbally were joint runners up in the 2019 All Ireland Schools Public Speaking Competition organised by the Knights of St Columbanus.
Archbishop Eamon Martin on offering an often counter-cultural message to the world "in which young people drown and are being suffocated..."
Archbishop Eamon Martin - "How can I bring more of these talented, articulate, faith-filled young people into the daily life and decision-making roles within the Church at home"
At a press briefing during #Synod2018 Archbishop Eamon Martin reflects on the way forward for the Church after the repeal of the 8th Amendment.
Deborah Castellano Lubov, Vatican Corr for Zenit gives us an overview of #Synod2018 and how the active involvement of young people made it unique.
Archbishop Eamon Martin says he needs "the help of our young people" to bring the experience of the joy and life at #Synod2018 home to the Irish Church.
Archbishop Eamon Martin and Bishop Donal McKeown look forward to bringing the message and the method of the Synod back home to young people.
Archbishop Eamon Martin shares how the Synod has heard about the challenges facing young people around the world.
Jonathan Lewis from USA and Percival Holt from India reflect on their experience of attending Synod 2018
In this video shown at WMOF2018, we get a glimpse into the social and spiritual sides of the Altar Servers Club in Naas Parish.
Jane Boland (11), the winner of this Society of Missionary Children competition will greet Pope Francis at Dublin airport.
Dermot Kelly talks to WMOF TV about the activities that are planned for the Teen Global Village in the RDS during WMOF2018.
Bishop Kevin Doran offers young voters some food for thought ahead of the upcoming referendum on the 8th amendment
Interview with the inspirational Matt Maher who gave a music workshop along with a concert at the recent Fortify Youth Ministry Conference in Dublin.
Address by Fr Philip Kemmy (Raphoe Diocese) at the Fortify Youth Ministry Conference which took place in Dublin on 10 June 2017.
Peter Rigney gives a 3 minute pitch about Alpha Ireland at the Fortify conference which took place in Dublin on 10th June 2017.
Fr Brendan Kilcoyne gives a warm, witty and powerful address about youth ministry at the Fortify Conference on 10th June 2017.
A short reflection for young people inspired by the readings for the third week of Advent (Year A). Further resources are now available on www.liturgyritualprayer.com
Wendy Grace reports for Aid to the Church in Need on the final Mass at World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow celebrated by Pope Francis.
Wendy Grace reports for Aid to the Church in Need on the Prayer Vigil at World Youth Day 2016 attended by over 1 million pilgrims.
Wendy Grace reports on the powerful Way of the Cross service at WYD 2016 which featured various church groups including Aid to the Church in Need.
Learn about the inspirational 'Let's Be One' campaign organised by Aid to the Church in Need for World Youth Day 2016.
Wendy Grace reports for Aid to the Church in Need on the Welcome ceremony for Pope Francis at WYD 2016 in Krakow. More to follow...
Bishop Liam MacDaid reflects on the life of Marion Mill and invites people to think of what a vocation to priesthood or religious life might offer them.
Archbishop Charles Brown's message to those gathered at Youth 2000 Summer Festival 2016 was not to be afraid to proclaim their faith.
Sharon Murphy from Clogher Diocese gives her response to the oft-asked question - how can we attract young people into the Church.
Anna Keegan shares how she came to decide that her calling was to work in the Church with young people while attending World Youth Day in Canada.
In this interview we learn about what happens at the annual Youth 2000 summer festival event which attracts over 1,000 young people.
Natalie Doherty and Fr Kieran O’Mahony present the third part of a four part scripture series intended for pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2016.
Flower and Alyssa from the USA share how through a photography fund-raising project and supported by prayer they are planning to cover the costs of attending WYD 2016.
St Ciaran's College Ballygawley in Co. Tyrone were the national winners of this year's competition organised by the Order of the Knights of St Columbanus.
Natalie Doherty and Fr Kieran O’Mahony present the second part of a four part scripture series intended for pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2016.
Natalie Doherty and Fr Kieran O'Mahony present the first part of a four part scripture series intended for pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2016.
Jane Mellett, coordinator for SAVIO Volunteers, shares her experience as a volunteer and how Don Bosco and the Salesians changed her life.
Fergal McGrath shares how he turned away from drugs and adopted a whole new lifestyle and found a new depth to his faith.
We hear from participants about what they have gained from taking part in Youth 2000 events and what they would say to someone thinking of coming the first time.
Sharon Murphy, a youth minister in Clogher Diocese, shares her experience of working with the YOUCAT Development Project.
Sharon Murphy, a youth minister in the Diocese of Clogher, shares how she has grown in her faith and become a committed church member.
Ger Gallagher from the Archdiocese of Dublin reflects back on past World Youth Days and looks forward to the 2016 gathering in Krakow in Poland in 2016.
A report from Germany on the global spread of the Youth catechism and their upcoming projects - a Youth Bible and the DOCAT on the church's social teaching.
Archbishop Eamon Martin summarises his message to the 2015 Catholic Youth Conference and talks about the importance of gatherings like this...
Amy Colgan speaking at the recent 'Meeting the Challenge of Climate Justice from Evidence to Action' conference in Maynooth.
Join over 1,000 young people at the Youth 2000 Summer Festival in Cistercian College, Roscrea from 13th - 16th August 2015. Free buses...
Learn about the relief work undertaken by the Salesians in Nepal in the wake of the recent earthquake via Don Bosco schools
Learn about the relief work undertaken by the Jesuits in Nepal in the wake of the recent earthquake including students in Jesuit schools.
Eddie Cotter Jr, the founder of DTS in America, gives an overview of this Catholic youth apostolate which draws on the lives of saints to inspire the youth of today.
Rathmore Grammar School from Belfast were the winners of this competition organised by the Order of the Knights of St Columbanus.
Clogher don Oige - Matthew McFadden gives a presentation on Youth Ministry in Clogher Diocese to the Kilmore Diocesan Assembly.
Watch a powerful drama from the Youth 2000 Summer Festival showing how the Lord never abandons us in our struggles and pain.
Archbishop Eamon Martin's homily on 15th August at the 2014 Summer Festival in which he called on young people, like Mary, to magnify the Lord in society.
The Youth 2000 Summer Festival is taking place between 14th-17th August 2014 in Cistercian College, Roscrea, Co Tipperary for ages 16-35.
Watch a promo video for the 2014 Summer Youth Festival that will be hosted by Youth 2000 in Roscrea from 14 - 17 Aug.
The YSI students in St. Mary's, Mallow and their teacher Ms Lyons reflect on the experience of undertaking their Stop Trafficking of People (S.T.O.P.) project over the last year.
Young Social Innovator (YSI) students from St Mary's Secondary School in Mallow give a presentation on their S.T.O.P. trafficking campaign.
Young Social Innovator (YSI) students from St Mary's Secondary School perform their short drama piece highlighting their S.T.O.P. trafficking campaign.
A presentation of the work of Don Bosco Teenage Care Services in Dublin which has been on-going since 1978 helping deprived teenagers.
The main purpose of the box is to introduce children to scripture stories and to help you in the process of passing the faith to your children The Jesse box contains 9 wooden animals, 11 wooden cones together with printouts of the backgrounds, props,characters and a booklet guide for Advent, Christmas and The Epiphany and […]
This programme has been designed by Trócaire to help students to undertake actions to raise awareness of human rights issues in the developing world.
Kate - JustFaith interview. JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire, in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin, for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts.
JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire, in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin, for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts.
John Smith, Trócaire Campaigns Coordinator, explains how those following the JustFaith programme can take action via the Trócaire Up to US campaign
Hannah Evans, a Trócaire Church officer, on the Christian view of creation and explains how people can take action on the issue of climate change through their local church.
Joanne McGarry, Campaigns Officer with Trocaire, explains how climate change is undermining past progress in the developing world and the need for urgent action.
Hannah Evans explains how Trócaire is involved with 17 Irish pilgrims attending World Youth 2013 in Brazil and the link with their JustFaith programme.
A powerful learning exercise for students about global wages. Pamoja Kwa Haki meaning ‘Together for Rights’ in Swahili is Trócaire’s long term human rights programme in post primary schools.
Meath footballer Joe Sheridan speaking on the importance of encouraging young people in the faith, the joy of WYD in Madrid and the benefit of practicing our faith.
Maura Garrihy speaking at the Horizon of Hope Conference organised by The Irish Catholic to mark their 125th anniversary. More videos to follow.
The Gospel passage known as the Road to Emmaus (Lk 24:13-35) performed at SpiritFest 2013.
Today we go to 'Our Lady Queen of Peace' Church to have a look at the youth activities which are held here during the congress.
This video shows some of the volunteers who have worked very hard behind the scenes to make the International Eucharistic Congress such a success.
NET stands for National Evangelisation Teams. We are Catholic Missionaries who share Jesus' gospel message with young people in a team format.
Gerard Gallagher examined where is the Young Church today by looking at some new thinking about the young adult Church and the challenges of maintaining a young Church.
The Knock Summer Festival is for all people between the ages of 17-30. It is a chance to come away and experience something different. The 2012 Festival takes place on 28th July.
A short video of the Irish Dominican Pilgrimage to World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid, starting with the visit to Caleruega, Salamanca, Avila, Toledo and then Madrid.