Politics & Society NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceJanuary 03, 2019
Women who worked in Ireland's "Magdalene laundries" but were denied compensation under the state's Magdalene Restorative Justice program have won their long-running battle to have their applications reassessed.
Politics & Society NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceNovember 02, 2018
Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin warned there was "a danger of complacency or inertia or of slippage into false confidence" in the church's fight against clerical abuse.
Faith NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceAugust 24, 2018
At the World Meeting of Families, Father Martin said LGBT people should be invited into parish ministries as "eucharistic ministers, music ministers, lectors, bereavement ministry, and every ministry."
Faith NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceAugust 23, 2018
In a wide-ranging news conference that touched on clerical sex abuse, the role of women in the church and LGBT issues, Cardinal Kevin Farrell said the fundamental message of the Gospel was the same for all of God's creation.
Politics & Society NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceMay 16, 2018
The Irish bishops have warned that if the Eighth Amendment is repealed, legislation the government plans to introduce would make Ireland one of the most liberal abortion regimes in Europe.
Politics & Society DispatchesSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceApril 03, 2018
The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union could complicate life for Ireland, north and south of the border.
Faith NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceOctober 19, 2017
The ghost turnip, with its pinched angry face, was made for Halloween.
Politics & Society NewsSarah Mac Donald - Catholic News ServiceJuly 14, 2017
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn speaks about Amoris Laetitia and family life ahead of addressing the "Let's Talk Family: Let's Be Family" conference in Limerick, Ireland.