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Half a million people book tickets to see Pope Francis

• 15,000 people will be overseas visitors • Over half of those registered to attend the World Meeting of Families in the RDS are parents...

Taoiseach critical of Pope’s response on Tuam Mother and Baby Home

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that a letter Pope Francis sent to Children's Minister Katherine Zappone about the Tuam Mother and Baby Home was...

Pope’s letter about Tuam Home makes no mention of compensation

Pope Francis gave no mention of the church helping with the cost of exhuming the Tuam Mother and Baby Home in his response to...

Minister’s letter to Pope is just “publicity stunt” says Tuam Home Survivors Network

The Tuam Home Survivors Network has dismissed Children's Minister Kather Zappone's letter to Pope Francis about Tuam as a "publicity stunt". They accuse the Minister...

Minister asks Church to pay reparations for Tuam Home in letter to Pope

Children's Minister Katherine Zappone has said the Church should willingly pay reparations for what happened in the Tuam Mother and Baby Home. Minister Zappone met...

Knock airport says don’t trust your sat-nav for the Pope’s visit

Ireland West Airport at Knock is urging people travelling to and from the airport for the Pope's visit to ignore instructions from their sat-nav. To...

Knock Novena next week with Pope’s visit just around the corner

The annual Knock Novena takes place next week ahead of Pope Francis' visit to the Shrine as part of his tour of Ireland. This is...

Gardaí urge Pope-goers to leave cars at home

An Garda Síochana and the National Transport Authority have advised people to leave their cars at home for Pope Francis' Masses in Phoenix Park...

Protesters snap up thousands of tickets for Pope

Thousands of tickets to see the Pope when he comes to Ireland later this year have been snapped up by protesters who will not...

Pope’s visit to knock sold out; 300,000 tickets booked for Phoenix Park mass

The World Meeting of Families 2018 has today announced that a number of its events are fully booked due to an unprecedented demand for...

Up to 10,000 pilgrims expected for Galway Novena

The annual Galway Solemn Novena is returning to the city next week, with up to 10,000 pilgrims expected in Galway

Government unsure what it’s “getting into” with Tuam Home excavation

Excavations at the site of the Former Tuam Mother and Baby Home won't begin until the second half of 2019. The Taoiseach said that the...

Massive crowds at silent vigil in remembrance of Tuam babies

At least 1,000 people gathered for a silent vigil in Tuam this afternoon in honour of the memory of all those who died in...

Tuam babies commemorated with sheets bearing all 796 names sewn to the site’s fences

The names of all 796 children buried at the former Tuam Mother and Baby Home have been written on white sheets and sewn to...

Dáil hears statements on third report into Mother and Baby Homes Commission

STATEMENTS were made in the Dáil this week on the the third interim report by the Mother and Baby Homes commission, where TDs criticised...
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