‘It’s time for us to come out of adolescence’

Exclusive interview with Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland

23rd December, 2016
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Archbishop Eamon Martin at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh Picture: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

The head of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Archbishop Eamon Martin, has many issues to deal with in the year ahead, including preparing for the visit of Pope Francis in 2018, the fight against abortion, falling Mass numbers and the Church’s place in an increasingly secular society.

After saying Mass in the cathedral city of Armagh, Archbishop Eamon Martin will be going home to his mother on Christmas Day. She is 89,...

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