In the campaign to protect the Eighth Amendment, the most visible pro-lifers are educated women
The corny but hilarious Irish sitcom depicts the Church as a natural part of everyday life
In the blaze of battle during the Easter Rising priests set up confessionals, took in the wounded and administered last rites
Esteem for Italy’s heroic and altruistic rescue of hundreds of thousands of migrants has surely grown all over Europe
How did St Patrick’s Day become such a successful ‘brand’?
A quarter of a century ago the Labour politician described how Nonconformism shaped him
Mary Kenny says that Queen Elizabeth II’s historic trip to the Republic of Ireland next week could be her most challenging state visit