Father Kevin O'Brien, who said Mass for the Biden family on inauguration day, has been "accused of ... something."
Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister Johnson's statements on Northern Ireland's centenary could not have been more out of touch with reality.
The only fix is a national government-funded campaign to build affordable, desirable neighborhoods - and a total ban on vulture funds.
A devastating injury suffered during a game at Gaelic Park, in 1965, left Leitrim native on the brink of death, but he survived.
Child victims of homicide can be named in the Irish media from Friday onward after legislation was signed into law last week.
A recent poll has discovered "a yawning gap between a vague wish for reunification and the uncomfortable reality of what it could mean."
Recalling an ongoing relationship with a "virtual friend" in the Blessed Virgin and how the May altar has changed and disappeared in Ireland.
Amidst a "tricky" few weeks, sorry is the hardest word for Sinn Féin.
Instead of preventing a border poll, the selection of Poots as DUP leader would hasten one.
Liam Neeson's latest hit The Marksman is a modern-day Western that will turn all your presumptions on their head.
Momentous events were occurring this week one hundred years ago as Ireland was split apart. But now, more than ever, the winds of change are blowing.
"Politicians earning cheap headlines and passing bills that insist birth sex is the only criteria that undermine its complexity."
Charles Stewart Parnell was an Irish nationalist politician and one of the most powerful figures in the British House of Commons in the 1880s.
President Biden hit it out of the park during his address to Congress on Wednesday night and it is clear after 100 days this is a devout Catholic and his philosophy is shaped by that.
While the Irish and Asians in the United States may have had a love-hate relationship shouldn't we all be now working towards "a better world" for the next generation?
"For the past 20 years, the scientists’ prognosis about global warming... has been too conservative. The damage is being done faster than they predicted."
Irish author Donal Ryan's new novel explores what happens when tradition and modernity collide in rural Ireland in the 1970s.
New Irish horror flick Boys of County Hell delivers the jump scares and the dark laughs in an enormously confident new film you shouldn't miss.
Ireland needs to have the long-postponed discussion about what sort of society it wants to be in the decades ahead.
The lack of a US ambassador in Dublin and US special envoy to Northern Ireland to impart American advice on the peace process has become notable.
As the vaccine rollout continues, it's worth taking stock of the errors the EU made in managing COVID.
Some of Arlene Foster's DUP colleagues were reportedly "bitterly disappointed" that she abstained from a recent vote on gay conversion therapy.
The 2021 Oscars should serve as a wake-up call for Hollywood that it's time to return to entertainment.
Contributor Andrea Iadarola likens the non-English speaking population in Ireland to the story featured in the award-winning film "Padre Padrone" ("Father and Master").
Opinion: Irish people have been poorly served by leaders and remain confused by policy turnarounds, delayed vaccinations, and poor communication.
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