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# religon - Friday 8 June, 2018

From The42 RTÉ to broadcast Ireland's away tie in crucial World Cup double-header after home game blackout Coverage

RTÉ to broadcast Ireland's away tie in crucial World Cup double-header after home game blackout

Colin Bell’s charges are facing two crucial games against Norway in Group 3.

# religon - Wednesday 19 April, 2017

Leader of Liberal Democrats won't say if he thinks being gay is a sin Christianity This post contains videos

Leader of Liberal Democrats won't say if he thinks being gay is a sin

Tim Farron’s comments have been criticised by some, but others have defended him.

# religon - Friday 10 August, 2012

From The42 'I'm an emotional man' -- Sean Bán Breathnach reflects on THAT teary Katie Taylor commentary Cúpla Focail This post contains videos

'I'm an emotional man' -- Sean Bán Breathnach reflects on THAT teary Katie Taylor commentary

The Irish-language broadcaster’s calling of the Bray woman’s golden woman has gone viral. But SBB is cool.

# religon - Friday 27 August, 2010

POPE BENEDICT WILL not escape the issue of the ordainment of women priests on his upcoming trip to London.

Members of the Catholic Woman’s Ordination have ensured the city’s buses are bearing adverts about the subject.

The group paid £15,000 (€18,245) for the sides of buses to bear the message: “Pope Benedict – Ordain Women Now!”. The ads have been booked for a month and will run on key routes – including past Westimister Hall where the pope is due to deliver a speech on 17 September.

WOC spokeswoman Pat Brown told Reuters: “We do not want to be disruptive, but I think the church has got to change or it will not survive”.

WOC have also launched another group, called Catholic Voices for Reform, which aims to discuss controversial issues like the running of the church.

The CWO will not be taking part in the Protest the Pope demonstration, which includes humanists, secularists and gay rights campaigners.