Out with the “No Irish Need Apply”signs, in with “All the Way With JFK.”
Underneath all the Trump-Russia-impeachment talk, we are overlooking an Irish civil war on the issue of abortion.
Remembering Ernie O’Malley on his 120th birthday—A man of action, letters, with a keen interest in the arts and the humanity of man.
"Kenny magnificently played his own Fine Gael party and the entire political system here just as skillfully as he captured that big Moy trout all those years ago."
After delaying his promised retirement for so long it looked like they might have to throw him out, Enda Kenny finally resigned as Fine Gael leader last week with a touch of class...
It is incumbent upon the communities that house such monsters to speak out forcefully against them.
"When not one, not two, but three spiritual leaders of America’s largest Catholic community congregated in, of all places, Naples."
Second time round - remembering the unbreakable bonds and cherishing graduation day in Connecticut.
"Irrespective of the wind direction, always seems to choose to fly against the prevailing air currents. There are frequent changes of direction, sometimes every hour."
It will be mixed, but also that he worked tirelessly for his vision for Ireland, even if sometimes falling short.
"Building it will be the easy part of making it an attractive and safe part of Dublin's city center."
“One man’s story and how I harnessed the power of U2’s canon to pull me out of the depths of hopelessness.”
"He is an emerging writer, you see, of children's stories at an imaginative level akin to that of J.K. Rowling and even Dahl."
"Trump and his allies proudly passed a new health care bill which is blatantly un-Christian."
"In the coming weeks and months Paul Ryan will have a chance to show he has a spine as the pressure mounts on congress to investigate Donald Trump’s Russian connections. Will he stand up for America?"
Ireland's government has been abdicating responsibility for running large parts of our health and education services to religious orders ever since the foundation of the Irish Republic.
Worldwide publicity surrounding the Stephen Fry story delivered a major black to eye to Ireland and its liberal image.
"We are in a uniquely vulnerable position and we have to protect ourselves."
Annual Pieta run / walk brings pride to its Founder as Irish in American spread the message to “wake up” and fight against suicide.
We know all about the extent of the Irish diaspora in the US and Australia, but what about those in the less stereotypical centers of Irish immigration?
How one survivor of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home found his voice and now wishes to meet with Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
The story of how I fell in love with the ancient game of Hurling and how I got to play in Croke Park a short three years later.
They raided the house so often, he dug a tunnel under the bath, about the size of a coffin, and would climb in there while the Black and Tans and auxiliaries combed the place.
Chris Matthew's Trump-as-Koufax analogy was way off base.
Congregation at St. Patrick's Cathedral told "Martin McGuinness was one of those who had the courage and vision to see a path forward."
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed
The tragic NYPD Irish cop who wrote one of Ireland’s best-known ballads
Remarkable film of Magdalene laundry women and nuns surfaces
Irish police identify terror cell of over 12 jihadis living in Ireland
How JFK snagged 1,200 Cuban cigars before the trade embargo
Hilarious Irish 80's dancers wow Britain's Got Talent judges — except Simon
Happy 100th Birthday JFK, you changed this Irish New York kid’s life forever
The Irish cadets who performed the final salute for JFK