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The top blessed and beautiful spots associated with Ireland's saints.
Historic Papal visit to Dublin and Armagh is likely to go ahead as huge gathering is planned by Catholic Church.
New York’s Irish – led by Archbishop “Dagger” John Hughes – were mostly pro-South during the Civil War, but many fought courageously for the Union.
Son of an Irish blacksmith is America's chief defender
How one genealogist used Facebook to reconnect those adopted with the nurse who never forgot her young wards.
Catholic Church sees “more evil rituals, animal sacrifices, desecration of cemeteries and thefts of sacred bones" around the ancient holiday of Samhain.
Midwife, abortionist and convicted murderer Mamie Cadden avoided the death penalty in 1950s Dublin.
There are many quiet corners of Ireland that provide the perfect setting for meditation and reflection.
Catholic bishops have been told their opinion on abortion is worth no more than that of another voter and the electorate is not bound by theocracy.
Preliminary excavations attempt to discover if all children listed as dead have been buried at the mother and baby home site in Tuam.
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