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Jeffrey Donaldson has increased political and economic instability

Posted By: November 02, 2022

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus   “Top expert on Northern Ireland, and leading Belfast columnist, Brian Feeney, continues to provide essential insights, which are of great values to the U.S. Congress. In this column, he highlights Jeffrey Donaldson’s failed, unhelpful leadership.” —Fr. Sean McManus.   Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. […]

Posted By: October 31, 2022

  By Raymond McCord, Sr. “The Victims Stories” to be shown in Westminster Parliament Buildings. “On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, a unique, heartbreaking cross-community victims film will be shown in a room in Westminster Parliament Buildings. Eight cross-community victims tell the stories of the murders of their family members by both loyalist and republican paramilitaries […]

DUP now facing a make-or-break moment

Posted By: October 28, 2022

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “Alex Kane has described himself as “an unashamed, unambiguous, unembarrassed unionist.”… So, it should behoove the Unionists/Loyalists/Protestants of Northern Ireland to pay attention to his attached article—especially his warnings about England’s duplicity when it comes to the island of Ireland.”—Fr. Sean McManus. Recent history is […]

Legacy plan deeply flawed

Posted By: October 27, 2022

Irish Congressional Briefing Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “From the very beginning, along with Belfast Protestant Raymond McCord— the preeminent anti-amnesty campaigner on the island of Ireland—the Irish National Caucus has been telling the U.S. Congress this: the amnesty plan is not for the good of the Protestants and Catholics of Northern Ireland. […]

“GOD BLESS AMERICA”

Posted By: October 17, 2022

“ God bless America and God save Ireland” By Roisin Henderson r.henderson@fermanaghherald.co IN OCTOBER 1972 a young priest from Kinawley arrived in the US for what he thought would be three years, optimistic that when he returned The Troubles would be over. Fifty years on, Fr Sean McManus remains in the States, where he has […]

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