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Ireland

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

Minnesota native leaves US to become a missionary priest in Ireland

Fr. Shane Sullivan felt God calling him to help revitalize the Irish Church.

How John Paul II’s visit helped end the violent conflict in Northern Ireland

The newly elected pontiff traveled to Ireland and spoke profound words of peace that changed lives.

A Catholic comic superhero for our time: ‘Finnian and the Seven Mountains’

Philip Kosloski's new comic book features an epic adventure with a Celtic twist.

Discover the rich spiritual symbolism behind the WMOF logo

The logo reflects the primary focus of the congress and local traditions of Irish Catholicism.

Exclusive photos: A pilgrimage to Ireland’s miraculous Ladywell Shrine

On the Feast of the Assumption, hundreds of faithful journey to the site of the Rising of the Waters.

Pray for the WMOF with this Novena to Our Lady of Knock

May the Queen of Ireland protect and inspire all those traveling to the international event focused on the family.

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