Today, we recall John Hume's words as he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize for his relentless drive to bridging the divides in the island of Ireland.
In wild Ireland, we ﬁnd unforgettable stories and captivating legends. The Irish uplands have been inextricably intertwined with Irish history.
The language is a source of ongoing, heated debate in Ireland. But should Irish be revived? Dr. De Barra discusses.
Let me start with a confession. As a kid born in the 90’s, I have fallen quite out of touch with my own faith as many of my peers have;…
In this piece, Daniel O'Leary talks about how during Holy Week, many of us fail to see salvation as a communal matter for all God’s people.
Mary Redmond Ussher called her strength to through breast cancer the ‘Pink Ribbon Path’. Here, her son writes about her experience with the illness.
St Patrick – “the man who brought Christianity to our ancestors”. But did he? We analyse evidence that there were Christians in Ireland…
Read Joe Carroll's review of 'Irish Servicewomen in the Great War: From Western Front to roaring twenties' by Barbara Walsh.
Today, we celebrate the birth anniversary of Late Pat Hume, wife and partner in every sense of the word to the great John Hume who brought…