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Jason Conroy's Blog
Jason Conroy's Blog
Jason Conroy of Catholic Comment (Catholic Voices Ireland) gives a flavour of Day One of Pope Francis visit to Ireland as part of World Meeting of Families 2018 Learn more »


Maria Byrne's Blog
Maria Byrne's Blog
Maria Byrne of Catholic Comment - Catholic Voices Ireland blog post on the brilliant World Meeting of Families 2018 congress which finished yesterday Learn more »


Mairead Fallon WMOF
Mairead Fallon WMOF
As the clock ticks down to the start of World Meeting of Families and the arrival of Pope Francis, our speakers are on the airwaves helping explain what will be involved, and why it's well worth getting the sandwiches and comfortable shoes packed and heading to Dublin for this unmissable momentous event! Learn more »


Melissa Byrne WMOF
Melissa Byrne WMOF
Catholic Comment (Catholic Voices Ireland) have been in the media, shedding light on what World Meeting of Families is all about. Here's Melissa Byrne giving a snappy summary on Galway Bay FM: Learn more »


Maria Byrne WMOF
Maria Byrne WMOF
Are you wondering what World Meeting is all about, and whether you should set out with over half a million others to attend? Maria Byrne of Catholic Comment gives a sense of the building excitement around the visit of Pope Francis, and her hopes for World Meeting of Families. She was on WLR Waterford Deise Today programme: Learn more »


Hard at work on Session Two of the Catholic Voices Ireland training
Hard at work on Session Two of the Catholic Voices Ireland training
Hard at work on Session Two of the Catholic Voices Ireland training for new members of our panel of speakers who’ll ‘go live just before World Meeting of Families 2018. After an introduction to the Catholic Voices method last week, this week our team start putting that into practice on ‘hot-button’ topics that hit the news relating to the Church. Great work by all! Next week we look at Faith in the Public Square. Learn more »


LEAP OF FAITH - World Meeting of Families 2018
LEAP OF FAITH - World Meeting of Families 2018
WE'VE TAKEN A LEAP OF FAITH - NOW WE NEED YOUR HELP With very little time and even less money, we decided to 'launch out into the deep' and go all out to put together a new team of Catholic Voices speakers in time for World Meeting of Families 2018. Already we've been in the media from Galway to Kildare, from Waterford to Dublin, throwing light on what World Meeting is all about, on what to expect from the visit of Pope Francis, and on the Catholic faith. But without your help, our voices will only continue to the end of World Meeting of Families - and then fall silent... Can you help us today? Learn more »


Call for Speakers during World Meeting of Families 2018
Call for Speakers during World Meeting of Families 2018
As pilgrims and media from all over the world turn towards Dublin for the World Meeting of Families in August 2018, we at Catholic Comment are preparing a team of media speakers to help throw light on the message of Christ and of the Church, before and during this momentous event. If you think you could be a "Catholic Voice' in the media, fill out our application form today! Learn more »


"Have Catholics Lost Courage?" Catholic Comment at Café Theology in Waterford
Petra Conroy, Coordinator of Catholic Comment, was the guest speaker recently at Waterford Diocese excellent "Café Theology" series. Addressing the theme "Have Catholic Lost Courage?", Petra suggested that when so many opinion formers in society today present the Catholic faith in a negative frame, we can be tempted to dissociate ourselves from an apparently unpopular set of views, or to retreat to 'safe havens' with others who share our values and vision. Learn more »


 Catholic Comment Seminar: 26 April 2015
Catholic Comment Seminar: 26 April 2015
Our seminar on 26th April 2015 is for those who would like some tools and ideas on how to present the case for voting No in the Marriage Referendum on 22nd May, in a compassionate but confident way to family, friends or in the public square. Learn more »


Is Pope Francis really promoting slapping?
Is Pope Francis really promoting slapping?
The only way you could think that Pope Francis really was out to promote slapping of children is by ignoring pretty much everything he's said and done since being elected. More: Learn more »


Leo Varadkar and the Marriage Referendum: Catholic Comment on Tonight with Vincent Browne
Leo Varadkar and the Marriage Referendum: Catholic Comment on Tonight with Vincent Browne
On Monday, 19th January 2015, TV3's "Tonight with Vincent Browne" programme dealt with the reaction to Minister Leo Varadkar's acknowledgment he is gay and the coming referendum on marriage. Petra Conroy from Catholic Comment was on the panel along with Senator Fidelma Healy Eames, Jerry Buttimer TD and Sandra Irwin Gowran from GLEN. Learn more »


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