First taking up residence in the Silverstream Priory in 2012, the monks received approval from the Holy See earlier this year.
Is the dyeing of the Chicago River damaging to the water and the environment or a harmless act of celebration?
There aren’t many horse owners in Ireland who would eat their horse but they don’t mind selling it for someone else to eat, it seems.
New EU initiative that could potentially offer free Interrail passes to EU citizens upon their 18th birthday
One man featured in this video of undocumented Irish hasn’t stepped foot on Irish soil for more than 30 years.
While she was in labor “a priest would… tell her that this was her penance for having sex outside of marriage.”
New York’s Irish consular staff face the prospect of retiring on a pittance in comparison to their counterparts elsewhere.
Queens and Bronx early morning events will raise funds for Irish suicide and self-harm charity.
The interior designer in charge of the $1 million project previously redecorated the White House for Jimmy Carter.
A recorded 15 wild fires were sparked in Ireland last weekend, eight in areas protected for conservation.
The remarkable journey of Boston pastor and Irish American Father Frank Daly.
The son of a Magdalene laundries inmate, a man born at the Tuam mother and baby home talks about their shattering experiences and the shadows they cast over two long separated lives.
The party says the British government has not put pressure on the DUP to enact agreed steps.
The global financial crash spread misery and despair around the globe, but a new report thinks the Irish were curiously immune to the pessimism of the period.
On Mothering Sunday, Ireland honors the most important women in the world, Irish mothers.
"The more people tried to block my efforts to discover the truth, the more determined I became.”
Remains of Captain Mark Duffy discovered in wreckage of Rescue 116 off the coast of Mayo.
Dublin-born Ibrahim Halawa was just 17 years old when Egyptian authorities arrested him during a peaceful protest in Cairo four years ago.
Until just after midnight on March 20, he was our North Star, writes Máirtín Ó Muilleoir.
“From the start, I was horrified to think that all those survivors were still around and still afraid to talk. I wanted to be a voice for them, because nobody else seemed to care or listen to them." An interview with Catherine Corless.
Bog bodies are kings sacrificed by Celts
WOW air launch $150 flights from Chicago to Ireland
How much did Jackie know about John F. Kennedy’s affairs?
When an Irish pub locks you in then the real fun starts out
After 44 years "I am still seeking my mother" says Mother and Baby home survivor
Dramatic footage as wildfires engulf Ireland after a dry spell
Johnny Cash’s 'Forty Shades of Green' inspired by this Irish landscape
From homeless and pregnant at 15 to Trinity College lecturer
Oklahoma monks open one of first Catholic monasteries in Ireland since 1536
How I made my dreams happen and moved to New York, scared but strong
Stop dyeing Chicago river green for Paddy’s Day demand environmentalists
Why is Wicklow named the Garden County? (VIDEO)
7,618 horses in Ireland killed for EU meat market
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