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Amoris Laetitia – Archbishop Eamon Martin

Archbishop Eamon Martin gives his reaction to ‘The Joy of Love’ (Amoris Laetitia) from Pope Francis which follows on from the Synod on the Family.

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HOPE – preventing euthanasia and assisted suicide

Paul Russell, the founder of HOPE in Australia, discusses the dangers that flow from the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide.

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Journeying Together – Limerick Synod 2016

Bishop Brendan Leahy discusses the preparation for Synod 2016 (April 6th – 8th) in Limerick Diocese and the key topics that will be addressed.

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The God of Mercy, the God of the Gospels

Fr Peter McVerry SJ discusses his latest book in which he highlights forgiveness and compassion as central to our understanding of the God of the New Testament and our lives as Christians.

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My faith journey – Anna Maloney

Anna Maloney, Post-Primary Diocesan Adviser in Dublin Archdiocese, reflects on her faith journey and the challenge of passing on faith in the classroom.

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My faith journey – Méabh Carlin

In 2011 while attending a World Youth Day in Madrid, Méabh Carlin was hit by a taxi and suffered severe injuries. She shares her faith journey and her music.

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Fr Peter McVerry SJ on homelessness crisis

On the eve of the 2016 Election, Fr Peter McVerry discusses the growing homelessness crisis and the lack of effective social policy to keep people in their homes.

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Accord research into relationship counselling trends

Bishop Denis Nulty discusses recent research into the most common problems that couples refer to when they come to Accord for relationship counselling.

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The suffering of Christians in Syria

John Pontifex from Aid to the Church in Need (UK) reports on recent trip to Syria where he heard first-hand of the plight of the Christian community.

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Vote for Justice in 2016

Emmet Sheerin discusses the ‘Vote Joseph Bloggs’ video that Trocaire has released to help highlight climate justice as an election issue.

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The 2016 March for Life

Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life, joins us from Washington to share what made the 2016 event so special and how other cities hold similar rallies.

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Teaching religion and inclusion in Catholic Schools

Fr Michael Drumm and Clare Clifford discuss the NCCA consultation about RE in primary schools and admissions policies for Catholic schools.

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Education about Religions and Beliefs in our Primary Schools

Maeve Mahon and Kate Liffey discuss their concerns about the proposed new Education about Religions and Beliefs (ERB) and Ethics curriculum for Primary schools.

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My Vocation Journey – Br Conor McDonough OP

Br Conor McDonough OP shares his vocation story and what he has gained from entering into community life with the Irish Dominicans.

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Archdiocese of Dublin in 2030

Fr Gareth Byrne discusses a 2030 report for the Priests Council in the Archdiocese of Dublin which looks at future trends for many aspects of life and personnel numbers in the Archdiocese.

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How faith saved my life – Rebecca Ryan

Rebecca Ryan (who appeared in the The Tudors and Fair City) shares her amazing story of how faith helped her overcome a near suicidal episode in her life.

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Stay – Rebecca Ryan

Rebecca Ryan (who appeared in The Tudors and Fair City) sings her own song – ‘Stay’. We also have her truly amazing story of faith and recovery coming soon.

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Promoting Vocations to the Religious Life

Margaret Cartwright discusses the need to rediscover ‘story-telling’ as part of vocations for the religious in Ireland and how a recent grant of €268,000 will be used.

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Suffering in Syria – Fr Ziad Hilal SJ

Fr Ziad Hilal SJ who was living with Fr Frans van der Lugt S.J up to the time of his murder in Homs in 2014 discusses the on-going suffering of the Syrian people.

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My Faith Journey – Fergal McGrath

Fergal McGrath shares how he turned away from drugs and adopted a whole new lifestyle and found a new depth to his faith.

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Rebuilt – the story of a Catholic parish

We hear from Tom Corcoran and Chris Wesley from Maryland in the US about awakening the faithful, reaching the lost, and making Church matter.

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Youth 2000 Christmas Retreat 2015

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.

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2015 Christmas Message from Archbishop Eamon Martin

Archbishop Eamon Martin shares a message of hope for the coming year and prays that the Year of Mercy will convey a great sense of welcome for people.

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Mercy on the Mall

To mark the start of the Year of Mercy, 20 local priests offered Confession, a chat, a blessing or whatever people wanted to visitors to the Skycourt Shopping Centre in Shannon. Fr Tom Ryan explains…

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