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Opinion
Shining a light on ordinary parish life

Bro. Conor McDonough Picture the scene: a mid-20th-Century

Of winning and losing

Our society tends to divide us up into winners and losers.

How abortion disproportionately targets...

Our attitude towards the disabled is something we must

Neutrality – a foreign policy which has...

Neutrality in Ireland is a morally charged concept, both

Family and Lifestyle
Letting the little children come:...

When Antoinette Moynihan speaks to First Communion school...

9 Cancer myths debunked

Mags Gargan reports from a public lecture tackling some...

Learning to stand in the wind

Bríd O’Meara from Aware talks about how to build emotional...

Casting a net for Christ

Stephanie Moriarty describes the fun of youth ministry in...

Lent and the art of flipping pancakes

Pancake Tuesday is coming up next week (February 28) and as...

A monogram is the perfect touch

Bedrooms are full of objects that make the room your own;...

Put your heart into making a wreath for...

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and it’s not...

Take charge of your own choices

January begins with new promises and resolutions for the...

Dad's Diary

I spent last Tuesday at work in the rarefied environs of...

Ethical issues around animal organ...

Using organ transplants to replace failing human organs and...

Carrying Faith into the future

Nicole O’Leary describes how students in Portlaoise benefit...

Faith in the Family

I think the dog is putting a challenge up to me. I’ve...

A healthy body can help protect a...

The concept of successful or optimal ageing has become part...

Getting the balance right

As you look forward to the year ahead, I am sure that like...

Watching out for a silent threat

Prostate cancer, a once largely silent disease that was...

A POWER CUT... not just another headache

Audrey Craven describes her personal journey to empower...

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