The 350th anniversary of St Oliver Plunkett's appointment as Archbishop of Armagh was marked on Tuesday with the unveiling of a statue in honour of not only the martyred saint but also those who have died their faith 'yesterday, today and tomorrow'. Archbishop Eamon Martin explains the significance of the new shrine in St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh
Visited by more than six million people annually and considered the world's largest building upon its eventual completion in 1880, Cologne Cathedral has been a centre of pilgrimage for centuries, writes J. Anthony Gaughan
Donald Trump is criticised for how the United States polices its southern border, but equal attention needs to be paid to how Europe has responded to desperation in its neighbouring countries, says Caoimhe de Barra
The Vatican has formally opened debate on letting married men be ordained as priests in remote parts of the Amazon where priests are so few that Catholics can go weeks or months without attending a Mass.
Elaine Kelly was a leading barrister until God called her in an unexpected direction - to become a nun and join the Adoration Sisters, based on Belfast's Falls Road. Here, Sister Elaine of the Heart of Jesus describes the moment her life was irresistibly changed and explains why prayer is so powerful