"We can fight for our country in the army and vote in elections, but we cannot commemorate the traditions of our heritage."
Italy's "wine windows" date back centuries - could they be the key to supporting Ireland's struggling pubs?
At 68, Cardinal Tobin is at the best possible age to be “papabile," with Pope Francis entering the later stages of his papacy.
IrishCentral readers share their stories and thoughts on what makes them proud to be Irish this St. Patrick's Day
"Failing to account for the many factors that go into any such disturbances all but guarantees a misunderstanding of both the past and the present."
Our newest member of IrishCentral team shares her COVID-19 journey, from the Bronx back home to Dingle in the west of Ireland.
He was never the loudest man around, but my father's quiet Irish pride always spoke volumes on Saint Patrick's Day.
An air of despondency descended on the country here last week after the taoiseach's latest address to the nation about Covid.
An Australian account from 1849 tells the horrors that four girls, possibly Irish orphans, faced aboard the Ramilies ship.
St. Patrick's Day's value to the Irish American community is undeniable, so should it be a public holiday in the United States?
Dublin faces its biggest challenge as anti-lockdown supporters in their thousands are arriving in Dublin many spouting QAnon conspiracies.
An Irish hymn as Gaelige for St. Patrick's Day. Ag Críost an Síol is an Irish song to remember this year that deeply reconnects us all to something from the Emerald Isle.
With successful vaccines offering serious protection, we can begin to discern an end to the terror but we are not yet out of the woods.
While the health crisis, the presidential election, and the Capitol riots have knocked immigration out of the news of late, expect it to come roaring back.
French Exit is the drolly funny new film that has given Michelle Pfeiffer one of her top five starring roles as a society lady with a secret death wish.
All of these parties used to be much smarter than this.
Imagine the population of the city of Atlanta, all 524,000 residents, succumbing to a virus, and you have a snapshot of what has happened in America with Covid.
"If they can't come together and produce a harmonious society in the North, how can anyone think they can make reunification work?"
British media ire over clash between Martin McGuinness Peace Foundation and World Poetry Day.
"The pandemic and Trump both lifted a rock and we got a good look at what lies under it."
Kennedy’s famous words at an Irish dinner in Philadelphia on March 17, 1964 reverberate more than ever today after Trump’s racist administration.
The rate of child poverty in the United States is shameful.
Old Irish wedding traditions and customs for the groom and the bride kept everyone on their toes on the big day.
After learning about the "New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA)," Tom Deignan considers Europeans identity in the US.
One can only imagine the reaction of Trump supporters if it had been Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter that led the assault on the Capitol.
The evolution of St. Patrick’s Day - why we celebrate
St. Patrick's real name was actually Maewyn Succat
Popular Irish boy names as Gaeilge perfect for anybody born during Seachtain na Gaeilge
An American woman's first impressions of the famous Irish mammy
The one green thing you shouldn't eat for St. Patrick’s Day
International Women's Day - the inspiring lives of some of Ireland's fiercest females
Underage on St. Patrick's Day - an Irish American conundrum
"Wine windows" - an Italian solution to Ireland's COVID-19 pub crisis
Precious childhood memories of St. Patrick's Day in Belfast
Northern Ireland - Scotland tunnel could be inching closer to reality
COVID live updates: Two deaths reported today in Northern Ireland, none in Rep of Ireland