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The Irish people go to the polls today to vote on the proposition that the following sentence should be added to the section of the Irish Constitution entitled “The Family”: Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two … Continue reading

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Last week the Diocese of Brooklyn hosted its 24th Annual World Communications Day Catholic Media Conference in New York, to help prepare for Pope Francis’s upcoming visit to the United States in September 2015 — and had a surprise for one of the speakers. Before Catholic Voic...

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Catholic Voices is a project which began in the UK to improve the Church's representation in the media, above all in news programs and debates. It started in 2010 with the six-month training of 24 lay people and a priest in preparation for the UK visit of Pope Benedict XVI. Our appearances on over 100 ...

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Living to Love: Why Chastity is Key

Living to Love: Why Chastity is Key

Dawn Eden is the author of My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints (Ave Maria Press, 2012), and, most recently, The Thrill of the Chaste (Catholic Edition): Finding Fulfillment While Keeping Your Clothes On (Ave Maria Press, 2015, revised and updated from 2006 edition). Born into a...

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General Election 2015 Resources

General Election 2015 Resources

In preparation for the general election on May 7, the bishops of England and Wales have written to Catholics reminding them of the importance of involvement in the democratic process, above all by voting. The bishops say that “voting in a general election should seldom, if ever, be based on a single issue....

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The Family Synod: A Watershed Moment for the Church?

The Family Synod: A Watershed Moment for the Church?

A briefing by Dr AUSTEN IVEREIGH (Catholic Voices coordinator and author of a major new biography of Pope Francis to be published in the UK by Allen & Unwin in December) The Extraordinary Synod on the Family, to be held in Rome on 5-18 October, will be a key test for Pope Francis’s reforms: a means...

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France24 - Austen Ivereigh on the second anniversary of Pope Francis


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BBC Lincolnshire Radio - Daniel Hitchens on vocations to the priesthood in Britain today 30/04/2015

The Right Hook - Newstalk - Elizabeth Howard on Newstalk: "My Dad was a sperm donor" 11/03/2015

BBC Radio 4 Sunday - Austen Ivereigh on the second anniversary of the election of Pope Francis 08/03/2015


The Irish Catholic - CV Greg Daly on the Irish marriage referendum 30/04/2015

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