Diocese of Derry

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May
19

Homily - Closing ceremony of the Little Way Novena 2022 - Fr Paul Farren

Sunday, 15 May 2022  Who are the most important and influential people in the world today? Who do you think about when this question is asked? We...

May
16

Homily - Fifth Sunday of Easter C - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 15 May 20022  Each Sunday in this Easter season has had a particular emphasis. Firstly, we have walked with the disciples as they struggl...

May
09

Homily - Diaconate ordination of Michael McCaul - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 8 May 2022. Parish of Killclogher  Last Sunday's gospel concluded with Jesus telling Peter to "come follow me." Today's passage from St J...

May
07

Pastoral Letter for Vocations Sunday, 8 May 2022

“The harvest is rich, but the labourers are few.” (Luke 10:2) A TIME OF CHANGE AND CHALLENGEPope Francis has said that this is not just a time of chan...

May
05

Meditating with Mary in the Month of May

Mary, full of God's grace, opened her heart so fully to God that His Word became incarnate in her womb, in the person of Jesus and through the power o...

May
04

Homily - Third Sunday of Easter - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 1 May 2022 In the first weeks of the Easter Season, we hear about encounters between Jesus and his followers. They are all conversion stories....

May
04

WALK WITH ME - Parish Leadership Youth Ministry Mentoring Programme

Through May 2022 Derry Diocesan Youth Ministry is hosting WALK WITH ME, a four week mentoring programme for parish and volunteer leaders working with ...

Apr
30

MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD

A pastoral reflection by the Catholic Bishops of Northern Ireland on the forthcoming NI Assembly Election  Politics, lived with integrity, and in...

Apr
21

The Net - April 2022

The April 2022 edition of 'The Net', the monthly publication sharing the fruits of the faith in our parish communities within the Diocese of Derry and...

Apr
18

Homily - Easter Sunday - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 17 April 2022 We have come through the challenges of Lent. Fasting, prayer and penance – dying to ourselves - are never easy, especially when ...

Contact Info

Diocesan Offices
St Eugene’s Cathedral
Francis Street, Derry
BT48 9AP | Tel: 028 7126 2302

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