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Justice and Peace Ireland offers information about the Catholic Church’s teaching on political, socio-economic and environmental issues.

It’s also a hub for Justice and Peace Groups across Ireland to exchange news, information and advice on how best to ‘strengthen the conviction that we are one single human family’ (LS 52).

Inspired by the Gospel, it is hoped that this hub will develop our sense of solidarity with one another and with all of creation.

We hope Justice and Peace Ireland supports you to build a better Ireland and a better World!

An authentic faith – which is never comfortable or completely personal – always involves a deep desire to change the world, to transmit values, to leave the Earth somehow better than we found it.

Pope Francis

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Social justice issues must be addressed by Election 2020 – Bishop Alan McGuckian

Bishop Alan McGuckian SJ, chairman of the Council for Justice and Peace of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference has published the following statement in the context of General Election 2020.  Please see below the summary, followed by the full statement.  ...

Bishops call for the application of international law in the Holy Land to enable peace and political progress as situation worsens

Bishops from across Europe and North America called on their governments to insist on the application of international law in Israel and Palestine, following their visit to the Holy Land this week. The bishops of the Holy Land Coordination, who visit the region every...

This Lent, Envisage a New World

You can make a powerful choice Fasting from meat during the Lenten season is part of our Catholic tradition. It’s a way to live in the humble simplicity that Christ offers us. We now know that fasting from meat is also a way to sustainably inhabit our place in God’s...

‘Our Parish, Our Common Home’ – Laudato Si’ Day 12 April 2019

‘Many things have to change course, but it is we human beings above all who need to change. We lack an awareness of our common origin, of our mutual belonging, and of a future to be shared with everyone. This basic awareness would enable the development of new...

Send a Prayer to the Climate Pilgrimage

Around the World: One People, One Purpose. People of faith around the world are uniting on a pilgrimage for climate justice. Coming from the Philippines, the Pacific Islands, and all across Europe, they are standing in solidarity with our most vulnerable sisters and...

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