Sept 01, 2013 Cardinal Brady at German celebrations in honour of St Oliver Plunkett
Cardinal Seán Brady, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland gave the following address today at celebrations in honour of St Oliver Plunkett in Kloster Lamspring, the former Benedictine Abbey for exiled Irish and English Catholics in the Diocese of Hildesheim, Germany...
Jan 18, 2010 Homily of Cardinal Seán Brady
Homily of Cardinal Seán Brady, Archbishop of Armagh at the Requiem Mass for His Eminence Cahal B. Cardinal Daly Archbishop Emeritus of Armagh, St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh:
Nov 09, 2008 Full text of Cardinal Seán Brady address
The Family as the Foundation of Society”: Address by Cardinal Seán Brady, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland at the Céifin Conference, Ennis, Co Clare.
Nov 08, 2008 Primate on Politics
Quizzed by a parliamentary panel in Dublin yesterday on why he didn't lead an ecclesiastical charge in support of the EU-strengthening Lisbon Treaty -- which was handily defeated in a June referendum -- the cardinal-primate of All Ireland said such a push would've been "counterproductive," citing the prospect of repudiation:
Nov 07, 2008 Cardinal Seán Brady delivers Bishop Stock Address at Humbert Summer School
Ireland owes a lot to the European Union. It is difficult to believe we would enjoy the political stability in the North or the economic progress in the South we do today without it. This should give us pause for thought when we reflect on Ireland ’s place within the EU and our responsibility towards it.” – Cardinal Seán Brady
Oct 19, 2008 Abortion Bill goes against wishes of people
Cardinal Sean Brady has voiced strong opposition to moves by some British MPs to impose abortion legislation on Northern Ireland, contrary to the democratic wishes of both Catholics and Protestants.
Sept 05, 2008 Cardinal criticises EU attitude to Christian way of life
Growing unease among Christians at the direction in which the EU is headed may have been a factor in the recent rejection of the Lisbon Treaty by Irish voters, the Catholic primate, Cardinal Seán Brady, has said.
Jul 25, 2008 Cardinal's Irish cheer
Cardinal Sean Brady returned to Ireland this week with a bagful of wonderful memories, capped by the warmth of the large Irish community in Penrith.
Apr 18, 2008 Secular Europe prompts Christian skepticism
Cardinal Sean Brady of Armagh, Ireland, has called upon European leaders to recognize the concerns of Christian moralists, saying that hostility to the faith is threatening European unity.
Apr 17, 2008 EU should respect Church's teaching
Cardinal Sean Brady has called for “a Europe of values” in which the European Union respects the Church’s teaching on marriage and euthanasia.
Apr 01, 2008 Confession is now the 'forgotten sacrament'
Preaching at Knock Shrine in County Mayo yesterday, the Primate of All-Ireland also linked the decline in confession to a wider spiritual crisis in values in an increasingly violent and celebrity-obsessed society.
Nov 27, 2007 Old enemies unite to honour Ireland's new Cardinal
Important relationships formed between political leaders in Britain, Dublin and Northern Ireland since the cessation of violence, were further strengthened in Rome during a weekend of celebrations to mark the elevation of Archbishop Seán Brady of Armagh to the Sacred College of Cardinals, on the 24 and 25 November.
Nov 25, 2007 Brady: Red Hat's For the Bunch
The Ring Mass -- or Day Two of what one denizen dubbed "Guido Marini Presents: Restoration" -- has wrapped, and the Pope is now lunching with all the cardinals present for the weekend.
Nov 01, 2007 Elect Brady takes strength from his Cavan roots
Family and local parish community are sources of strength and inspiration to the new Cardinal elect, Archbishop Sean Brady, Primate of All Ireland, who sees the achievement of a renewal of faith as the big challenge facing the Church and the Irish people in this the opening decade of the 21st century.
Oct 18, 2007 Archbishop Brady appointed as third cardinal in Ireland
The idea that Catholicism was merely a "collection of prohibitions" must be corrected, the Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All-Ireland, Dr Seán Brady said yesterday after the Vatican announced he is to be made a cardinal next month.