Who would have thought that the people who would most end up yearning for a past that can never be attained again would be them and not us?
For decades, one descendant of the Irish Famine dead has been fighting for a proper commemoration, all because it’s “the right thing to do.”
“We have a building in Dublin, but we’re interested in telling the full Irish experience... I think that’s exciting. I think that’s where Ireland is right now.”
Is there a need for a national debate about a new way forward for the Irish language?
If you want to know what the future is going to look like in the United States, book an airline ticket.
In Ireland for decades we have had a language keeper (the school teacher) and the recipients (their captive pupils). Worse, it’s an exam subject for most of us and, worse again, it’s taught like one.
She's seen as a hero in Ireland, but Bill Donohue is attacking Catherine Corless as a credential-lacking charlatan for her tireless Tuam mother and baby home research.
How will they raise their own girls to respect equality, when their vote already speaks for itself?
"The past two decades have provided us with unforgettable opportunities to take a cold hard look at ourselves, including the kind of society we created."
The Origin Theatre Company will mark its 15th year of operation in May with a gala celebration bringing stars of the stage and screen together under one roof.
According to the Catholic League in the US these Irish women were loose, wild and uncontrollable young women had no one to blame but themselves.
"I still like to think of that dream of America now that it feels as lost to me -- and if I’m honest, to itself."
Kelly, Ryan, Mulvaney, Bannon, Pence… were they feeling proud of St. Patrick’s Day week.
Dr. Kevin Cahill on his groundbreaking 1980s symposium on the disease and why he decided to take the lead when no one else would.
"You sacrifice your love to protect your morality, you really forfeit both... how long it has taken for Irish people to realize that."
When is a United States veteran not a veteran? When they’re an LGBT one. Thanks for putting us straight.
"When you show immigrants only the closed door and the hard word... You are squandering your rich Irish inheritance for a mess of pottage."
Bill Donohue of the Catholic League is trying to hoodwink America about one of the most horrifying stories to ever come out of Ireland.
Locals claim the pristine coastline is being invaded by an unsightly new arrival.
Cahir O'Doherty reviews: The Last Days of Magic by Mark Tomkins & An Irish Country Cookbook by Patrick Taylor.
Pope Francis’ ten commandments for a happy life
Fascinating shipwrecks across the Wild Atlantic Way (PHOTOS)
Irish apple crumble cake recipe for St. Patrick's Day
Guinness, Bailey’s and whiskey chocolate cupcakes recipe
Choose from the top 100 Irish first names
Birthday party for Hitler at an Irish-owned restaurant broken up by owners, anti-racism group
A traditional Irish cold weather treat Dublin coddle recipe
Irish abroad look set to fly #HomeToVote on abortion referendum
Leading British politician wants St. Patrick’s Day holidays in UK
Northern Ireland looks ahead to historic "Brexit election"
Amazing shots of Ireland in the ‘70s and '80s (PHOTOS)
Parrot says the Hail Mary morning, noon and night (VIDEO)
Top ten reasons you know you’re a lover of Ireland