Irish Church explores living faith on social media

LEICESTER, United Kingdom – While lamenting a “selfie” generation “nurtured by the narcissism and voyeurism of social networking,” the Primate of All Ireland admitted he tried to keep off his phone and tablet for 12 hours a day during Lent, “but failed miserably.” What’s worse, those twelve hours were from 9 pm until 9 am, […]

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Irish bishops say Brexit means EU elections have ‘far-reaching implications’

LEICESTER, United Kingdom – Ireland’s bishops have warned that this week’s European elections have “rarely been more important,” due to the “potentially profound and far-reaching implications” of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. Ireland’s bishops conference covers the entire island, which includes the Republic of Ireland in the south and Northern Ireland, a part […]

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