Dealing With the Past

Posted By: November 06, 2013

“Dealing with the past” (how to cope with the heartache of the killings  and violence on all sides ) is one of the most sensitive and emotional issues in Ireland, north and south. Brian Feeney examines the issue.  POLITICAL AIMS OBSTRUCT DEALING WITH THE PAST Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast). Wenesday, November 6, 2013 […]

England’s Deep Anti-Catholicism

Posted By: November 05, 2013

Remember, remember the 5th of November. How could I, a Catholic, forget? By Cristina Odone Religion . The Telegraph ( London) November 5th, 2013 Frankly, how could I, or any Catholic, forget. Today is the day when Britons still burn an effigy of the Pope – and do so, joyously, in public. I first came […]

Denying Catholic Need

Posted By: October 30, 2013

Sixteen out of twenty most deprived wards in Belfast are Catholic.Yet Protestant politicians refuse to accept this indisputable fact. Brian Feeney examines this issue. SOCIAL DEPRIVATION FUNDS SHOULD FOLLOW REAL NEED Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast). Wednesday,October 30, 2013.  ONE of the funniest but at the same time most instructive items on Radio Ulster recently was […]


Posted By: October 28, 2013

FR. MC MANUS APPOINTED WORLD PEACE JUDGE Chosen For World Peace Prize Awarding Council CAPITOL HILL. Sept.19,2013_— Fr. Sean Mc Manus, president of the Capitol Hill-based Irish National Caucus has been chosen to serve on the World Peace Awarding Council (WPPAC). The Council consists of twelve international and interfaith members.“ This was totally unforeseen and […]


Posted By: October 26, 2013

Patrick Murphy.Irish News ( Belfast).Saturday,October 26, 2013. IT IS hard to avoid the conclusion that the first and deputy first ministers have decided to take a gap- year (or five) to travel the world and leave governing the country until later. (Motto: never put off until tomorrow what can be done the day after tomorrow.) […]

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