Bishop Kevin Doran reflects on the recent Vatican document 'The Good Samaritan' on caring for people who are suffering, especially those with critical or terminal illnesses.
David Quinn discusses his new book which brings together 70 of his newspaper columns charting nearly a quarter of a century of tumultuous change in Irish society.
Bishop Kevin Doran gives a preview of this talk that he will deliver in Sligo on 23rd Feb 2016 hosted by the Iona Institute.
In this episode of 'A Question of Faith' we hear about the good work of Accord and a panel discusses the recently cut to funding for their pre-marriage courses.
This episode of 'A Question of Faith' features a very special interview with Myriam, a 10 year Christian now living in a refugee camp in Iraq.
In this video, Irish Coast Guard helicopter pilot Dara Fitzpatrick shares why she would not risk the job she loves doing by over-drinking - 'balance is everything in this job'.
Archbishop Eamon Martin shares his hopes for the year ahead, including for the peace process, and offers a blessing to all families and homes in Ireland.
Bishop Leo O'Reilly reflects on how Christ brings peace into the world and unites us in faith as brothers and sisters.
John-Mark McCafferty shares some insights into the work of the SVP at Christmas and praises the work of their volunteers and the generosity of their donors.
Br Kevin Crowley was the founder of the Capuchin Day Centre in 1969. Here he recounts the increased demand for their services for the poor in recent years.
Bishop Denis Nulty explains the background to the discussion of funeral liturgies that has started in the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin.
Address by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin at the Marriage and Family Conference held in Clonliffe College on 14 June 2014.
Keynote address by Dr Tony Fahey entitled "Marriage and the Family in Ireland today" at Conference in Clonliffe College.
Fr Ciaran O'Callaghan explains the approach of the Redemptorist Missions team and how you can book a Parish Mission or Novena.
Bishop Denis Nulty extends an invitation to the Kildare & Leighlin Chrism Mass which will take place in Carlow Cathedral at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 14th.
Sr Consilio's talk at the 2014 Portlaoise Novena on 'how we are all in recovery' was preceded by testimonies from two young people.
Trailer for a three week series beginning on 12th March 2014 which reflects on Evangelii Gaudium from Pope Francis along with Matthew's Gospel.
On Wednesday 19th March Anne Doyle gave an address at the 2014 Portlaoise Novena entitled 'Life after the Newsroom'
On Ash Wednesday (5th March), Br Kevin, founder of the Capuchin Day Centre spoke at the 2014 Portlaoise Novena on 'Feed the hungry'.
On 26th February, rapper Kieran (Wally) O’Loughlin spoke at the 2014 Portlaoise Novena on The Power of Recovery.
Fr Paddy Boyle reflects on scripture as a source of spiritual strength and consolation in the face of illness and death.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin gave the opening address at this seminar in Dublin Archdiocese to mark the 2014 World day of the Sick.
Fr Kevin Bartley shares how the journey through bereavement is supported by faith and community.
Maternity Hospital Chaplain Ann Charlton shares how the bereaved are supported in the hospital and the community.
In an interview with Lorraine Buckley, Bishop Brendan Leahy reflects back on the first months of his time as Bishop of Limerick and looks ahead to 2014.
Bernard Fitzpatrick explains how the annual collection for the Salesian Missions got started and thanks people for their on-going support.
Fr Paddy Byrne from Portlaoise speaks about the great community spirit at the Ploughing Championships and the importance of the church presence in the midst of the gathering.
Bishop Michael Burrows, the Church of Ireland Bishop of the Diocese of Cashel and Ossory, welcomes people to the Ecumenical Church Stand at the Ploughing.
Joanna Joyce introduces the Emigrant Information Pack 2013. This Parish Resource has been prepared by The Irish Episcopal Council for Emigrants (IECE).
Watch the homily by Fr Tony Mullins during the Episcopal Ordination of Bishop Brendan Leahy in St John's Cathedral, Limerick on 14th April 2013.
Joanne Joyce introduces the work of the ICPO which is currently the only organisation working on behalf of Irish prisoners overseas and their families.
Maeve Mahon explains the story and meaning behind a special installation created in Carlow Cathedral for the 2013 K&L Diocesan Congress
Hannah Evans and Fr Padraig Shelley discuss two Trócaire programmes designed to help people engage with Justice principles and to develop a direct connection with a community in a developing country.
Eoin O'Mahony and Bernadette Sweetman introduce the National Directory for Catechesis in Ireland and explain how people might engage with it locally.
Teresa Menendez shares her memories of the closing liturgy in Croke Park and the hand over to the Philippines who will host the next International Eucharistic Congress in 2016.
This video features a short documentary of this 1932 exhibit
The Eucharistic Procession of the International Eucharistic Congress 2012.
This video focusses around the theme of the day: Priesthood and Ministry in the Service of Communion
This video report takes us from the volunteers checkin area on Simonscourt through the general registration area towards the RDS Arena.
Todays video shows a small bit of the action at the Youth Space at the International Eucharistic Congress 2012.
Hoy visitamos a una de las iglesias de acogida y conversamos con los peregrinos acerca de su experiencia en el Congreso y sus expectativas para la semana.
Today at the Eucharistic Congress we take a look at some of the exhibitions in the main hall and talk to exhibitors and pilgrims about their experiences so far.
Learn about the Holy Family Monstrance which will be used in the Prayer Space Tues and Sat at IEC2012 and will be on display on balcony of Exhibition Hall on their days.
The congress officially started today, Sunday the 10th of June. This short video shows some parts of the opening Mass and some interviews with pilgrims.
Our first video report from IEC2012 which shows the registration and information areas for IEC2012. It includes contributions from volunteers in a number of languages.
Colette Furlong shares the story of the pilgrimage of the Congress Bell which has travelled all around Ireland and beyond calling pilgrims to gather for IEC2012
As the countdown to IEC2012 enters the last two weeks, find out how you can still get a place at all the Congress events in the RDS (10-16th June) and in Croke Park (17th June).
Hear the story behind the creation of the Altar Cloth from separate squares from almost every primary school in the diocese of Kildare & Leighlin.
This video provides an insight into the upcoming International Eucharistic Congress in Dublin and what pilgrims can expect.
Find out about the 50th International Eucharistic Congress that will take place in Dublin from 10th -17th June 2012. 25,000 pilgrims are expected every day in the RDS and 80,000 in Croke Park on the final day.
Fr Michael Drumm speaking in Carlow Cathedral during the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Eucharistic Congress. In this concluding part, Fr Drumm reflects on Communion.
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A number of volunteers share why they were inspired to serve at the International Eucharistic Congress and offer encouragement to those thinking of joining up. Applications close on March 17th.
In this video, Bishop Joseph Franzelli from Lira Diocese in Northern Uganda sends his greetings to those preparing for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in Ireland and reflects on the Congress theme.
On the days before, during and following the Congress, you may be interested in getting to see more of Ireland. Options include a night out, day trips and a four day tour.
Find out how you can book a place to stay for the 2012 International Eucharistic Congress in Dublin. You can also join a range of cultural tours around Ireland before and after the Congress.
Going to the International Eucharistic Congress (10-17 June 2012) in Dublin? Get an introduction to the booking process, the available attendance options and other extras including accommodation and cultural tours.
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Pastoral Response to Substance Misuse is an initiative set up by the Irish Bishops' Conference to help parishes respond to this growing problem in their communities.
This promotional video about IEC2012 was made available on DVD with sub titles in six different languages.