The search of a grave at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin unearthed some of my family’s secrets.
"Pope Francis will see a very different Ireland, far more secular and less tolerant of church promises."
Rather than a discernible shift in economic policy, it was more of the same old tax and spend stuff that has been endemic here for decades.
Pitched battle between Pro-Life and Pro-Choice gears up ahead of summer 2018 to repeal Ireland's Eight Amendment.
Halloween may have been invented by the Irish but it was the Americans who turned it into the spookfest it is today.
"Our other great patron saint St. Brigid of Kildare has never, ever, been given the warm love and respect and credit she deserves by we Irish."
Three “abdications” that led to the rise of De Valera, the demise of Michael Collins, the birth of the Irish State.
The truth about suicide prevention policies, mental health budget, and suicide figures reported in Ireland.
It's about time Varadkar's "people who get up early in the morning" and pay for everything through their taxes get a break.
What is the truth about the revolutionary, with Irish roots, who was at Fidel Castro’s side during the Cuban revolution?
Untreated mental illness and how it brought chaos to my Irish American New Jersey home.
Ireland’s disproportionate influence within the EU can be a valuable asset for the Trump Administration.
Are these Irish Halloween costumes examples of cultural confusion or intentionally tasteless fetishization of Irish step dancers?
The historic Ragamuffin Day would see kids dressing up on Thanksgiving as they do on modern-day Halloween.
"Sadly, the split among Irish Catholics who argue for and against Trumpism in 2017 in nothing new."
2018 "is being given some frightening tidings about his (and our) future about every five minutes."
For most Irish people, simply insisting that it's always a woman's right to choose without any legal restrictions is not an adequate position on this very difficult question.
How do politicians and NRA leaders sleep at night? Are they ever stricken by a tiny voice of conscience?
Who comes to mind when we think about Irish writers? It’s easy to name James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, and Samuel Beckett. Notably, they are all men.
Addressing the topic of ‘Marriage Equality and the Courts in the US’ during the Belfast International Homecoming will be Maureen Bennett, a partner with top US law firm, Jones Day.
"Come with me down the highways and byways of Clare... I think most of ye will enjoy the journey."
"There is always an unusual quirky element to our weddings and, in this case, that element was provided by a poor fat Mayo pig."
In honor of F. Scott Fitzgerald, born on this day, September 24, 1896, we look back at the life and death of the famed author.
Whose voice are we listening to? Ultra-conservative Catholics -- Bannon-style kooks -- who hate the Pope and all of his open-minded mumbo jumbo.
For Irish people the word “turf” conjures up dreams of lapping flames, and the distinctive smells of a turf fire.
General John Kelly accused of Boston Irish racism for comments on black congresswoman
Fungie the dolphin injured by Storm Ophelia
Beautiful video as Irish child sings to great-grandmother with dementia
Should Catholics turn their back on “evil” Halloween for “Holyween”?
Grace Kelly's granddaughter Camille looks so much like her
First transgender character on Irish soap opera Fair City makes history
Storm Brian slams into Ireland after Hurricane Ophelia
Jim Carrey to testify in wrongful death trial of Irish ex-girlfriend Cathriona White
Why should grown ups have all the fun? A magical festival in Galway for kids and families
14-year-old Irish country star Owen Mac releases new video