January 27, just five days before the feast of Brigid, is the feast day of a much lesser-known Irish holy woman - Li Ban, Ireland’s Mermaid Saint.
Kicking off a celebration of Irish women in history and praising the Matron Saint of Ireland and Celtic goddess in the lead up to Feb 1.
On January 19, 1787, Mary Aikenhead, founder of the Irish Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent’s Hospital Dublin, was born in Cork.
Legendary rocker Rod Stewart wooed revelers at a concert in Cork City performing a beautiful version of one of Ireland’s most-loved rebel songs, "Grace."
Mary Raftery, the Irish journalist behind "States of Fear" and "Behind the Walls," is remembered today on the anniversary of her death.
A Brazilian judge has called on Netflix to stop streaming the "blasphemous" Christmas special, depicting Jesus as a gay man.
Father Ray Kelly, who shot to fame in 2014 a video of him singing Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah at a local wedding in Meath, is now taking on RTE's Dancing with the Stars competition.
What is the real story of the gold and the frankincense and myrrh brought to baby Jesus? The Feast of the Epiphany, or Three King's Day, is celebrated today, Jan 6.
Messiah asks would you live stream a miracle performed by a man who claimed he was the son of God?
Christmas shoppers were able to stop in for confession at a Co Clare shopping center for the fifth annual 'Mercy on the Mall.'
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Celebrating Ireland’s little known mermaid saint on her feast day
The Irish rebel song that Conor McGregor loves to play before his fights
On This Day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats dies in 1939
Riverdance announces 25th-anniversary global tour
“Cuddle your children” - Father of three children found dead in Dublin home issues statement
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It snowed in Ireland, which means this Irish word started trending on Twitter