Dublin Archbishop confirms about Pope’s Ireland visit in 2018

Dublin Archbishop confirms about Pope’s Ireland visit in 2018

Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin confirmed that Pope Francis or his successor would be visiting Ireland in 2018 for the World Meeting of Families. The Archbishop said that he had discussed the issue with the Pontiff and he had replied that, “‘I will come if I don’t come, my successor will come.’” The Archbishop had announced about […]

People in Wales to save the mansion where a martyr last prayed

People in Wales to save the mansion where a martyr last prayed

Campaigners in Wales were rushing to save a historic house where the country’s last Catholic martyr prayed before his execution. Abergavenny’s historic Gunter Mansion was under threat of sale. The mansion houses a secret chapel which was used by persecuted Catholics during the Reformation. It is said that St Davis Lewis prayed in the particular […]

They sing to give voice for the poor

They sing to give voice for the poor

The Sutton Chronicle, a South London-based choir consisting of Christians from different denominations would be performing at various locations around Rome and Florence this week. They sing in the land of Rome and Florence to give voices to the poor in those countries. Martin French, the director of the choir would lead the group in a […]

Euthanasia increases in Netherlands

Euthanasia increases in Netherlands

New statistics revealed that the number of mentally ill patients killed in the name of euthanasia in Netherlands had increased fourfold. As per the Official annual statistics, 56 people had received a lethal injection in 2015 since they suffered “unbearably” from psychiatric problems. In 2011 such deaths were just 13. This indicated that psychiatric euthanasia […]

Fatima miracle story to illuminate Hollywood

Fatima miracle story to illuminate Hollywood

Fatima apparitions were to be filmed into a new Hollywood movie. According to Variety, a few major indie film companies had teamed up to create the film version of the Fatima apparitions. The team had not disclosed any details about casting. Shooting would commence on this summer and would end in next spring. It would […]

Bournemouth to become the site for England’s sixth Oratory

Bournemouth to become the site for England’s sixth Oratory

A new community of the Congregation of the Oratory of St Philip Neri was to be established in Bournemouth. The community which was to be established would be the sixth Oratory in England and it would be inaugurated in September. The newly established community was part of the evangelization move, said Bishop Philip Egan of […]

Why nuns wear the habit?

Why nuns wear the habit?

Have you ever encountered this question? or you yourself has thought about it. Sr. Mary Christa of the Sisters of Mercy of Alma would clarify your doubts. The nun said that the habit would appear as a visible sign of God’s love. The religious habit would speak a number of things to those who see it […]

Pope shares his dream for Europe while receiving Charlemagne Prize

Pope shares his dream for Europe while receiving Charlemagne Prize

Pope Francis on Friday received the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen from Marcel Philipp, the Lord Mayor of the German city. While receiving the prize, the Pope shared his vision for a renewed European continent. The Pope during his address said “I dream of a new European humanism,” based on fresh ideas and a renovated […]

Spanish priests help deaf to adore God through language of gestures 

Spanish priests help deaf to adore God through language of gestures 

In our Catholic Church spoken language is the base for every liturgical celebration. While celebrating the Holy Mass, in many occasions the priest would exhort the faithful to recite the creed or to pray to the Holy Father in the words taught by him. But what would those Catholic with hearing difficulties or deaf Catholics […]

Northern Irish bishops ask to vote for candidates who oppose abortion

Northern Irish bishops ask to vote for candidates who oppose abortion

Northern Ireland’s Catholic bishops urged the faithful to vote for those candidates who oppose legalising abortion. The bishops expressed their opinions ahead of the polls which would be taking place on May 6. “The next assembly term will see further pressures being brought to bear on politicians to introduce abortion to Northern Ireland,” the bishops […]