Thursday Jul 10
The Star Press
Catholic-Protestant feud flares anew in Northern Ireland
The Troubles here ended in the late 1990s, when Catholic nationalists seeking independence from Britain buried the hatchet with Protestant unionists loyal to the crown after 30 years of bloodshed.
The Patron Saint of Little Girls
There is a saint assigned to each of the 365 days a year throughout the Catholic dioceses of the world including the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.
Catholic World News
Bishop laments growing alcohol abuse in Ireland
"Only one week ago, the Health Research Board's study of Irish people's alcohol consumption revealed that one in three of the population is a harmful drinker," he said.
Publican senator calls for end to Good Friday drinking ban
Fine Gael 's Imelda Henry has published a new bill that would make it legal for pubs to open and serve drinks on the Catholic holy day.
A promising Pope in precarious times
Pope Francis' agenda has become more defined: the poor, the marginalized and world peace top the list.