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Abortion is legal in Ireland, but doctors are not signing up to perform them

Only a small number of doctors have agreed to perform abortions since the abortion law took effect last week.

Amid antibiotic failures, scientists search for answers in ancient remedies

The ancient druids of Ireland may have held the key to ridding the world of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.

7 Irish Christmas traditions you may not know about

Who knew our Irish cousins start December 25 with a "Christmas swim"?

The stolen heart of St. Lawrence O’Toole is back on display in Christ Church

Nearly six years ago, the relic was removed and carried away for unknown reasons.

Irish Catholics can find out about their ancestors when staying at this Dublin hotel

A genealogy butler is tasked with helping visitors retrace their family lineage.

Historian questions Celtic background of Irish people

In a new book, Caoimhín De Barra points out how the Celtic idea came to explain Ireland's history.

American missionaries find success spreading the Gospel in Ireland and Europe

FOCUS missionaries are now building relationships and converting souls in college campuses throughout Europe.

The “penal crosses” of Ireland: Souvenirs of an oppressed Catholic Church

These unusual crucifixes were born of the anti-Popery laws imposed by the Protestant establishment of Great Britain.

Exclusive Photos: Walking the “Dublin Camino” for the World Meeting of Families

A pilgrimage of seven historic Dublin churches reflects on the beauty and crosses of family life.

World Meeting of Families kicks off with Dublin opening ceremony

Huge number of under-18s expected for conference

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