To represent publicly the best interests of Irish Families wherever and whenever necessary
To inform and advise member families on issues affecting family life, and to help families to favour a manner of living according to Christian values
To see that Irish laws and social institutions, not only do not offend, but actively support the God-given rights and duties of the family
On 14th October, Family Solidarity hosted a webinar with Jason Osborne, journalist with the Irish Catholic. The title of the talk was "The Synodal Church of the 21st century: a young, married man's prespective". A recording of the webinar can be watched...
Family Solidarity webinar: What should we expect from the Synod? Speaker: Jason Osborne 14th October 2021 at 7.30 Pm (Irish Time) on Zoom Request link by email to email@example.com Jason Osborne is a journalist with The Irish Catholic newspaper. Before...
Our newsletter n. 93 is now available. You can find it here.
Day for Life is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church in Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. It is a day dedicated to raising awareness of the meaning and value of human life at every stage and in every condition. This year’s Day for Life will be celebrated in...
All around the Western world, people are marrying later or not at all. The average Irish couple is now well into their 30s by the time they tie the knot, and marriage rates in Ireland have plunged since the 1970s. A similar pattern exists in Canada, where a new...
The benefits of religion to mental health are well documented and its positive impact during the pandemic has been confirmed by a number of recent studies. Covid-19 has had a profound effect on our lives. Significant moments such as baptisms, first communions,...
Our areas of interest
Christian Values and the Family
Social Legislation and the Family
Taxation and the Family
Education and the Family
The Media and the Family
The Social Environment and the Family
Family Solidarity is a broadly based association, not confined to any class or creed, organised to educate its members and others so that they can promote the best interests of the family in all aspects, but particularly where these interests are being eroded.
It draws its inspiration from the Irish Constitution, the Charter of the Human Rights of the Family, and “Familiaris Consortio”.
The Irish Constitution gives the family its rightful place. In practice, however, various forces are undermining it.
This is particularly evident in the dramatic fall in State support for families.
We must ensure that society recognises the importance of the family and respects its rights.
Family Solidarity has been formed as a nationwide organisation dedicated to serving and supporting the Christian family.