Tag Archives: Ireland

Say it with trumpets…

“Be especially careful when you are trying to be good so that you don’t make a performance out of it. It might be good theater, but the God who made you won’t be applauding. “When you do something for someone … Continue reading

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Take Nothing for the journey

Have you ever been in one of those situations where, ticket in hand, security cleared and endless airport walkways successfully negotiated, you wait at the boarding gate;  the flight is called, the door is opened, you follow the queue as … Continue reading

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The Grateful Life: EBook

Book Launch: Friday 21st December 2012 I thought it might be important to have something really exciting in place just in case the Mayan Calendar proves inaccurate this Friday and the world doesn’t come to an end. In keeping with … Continue reading

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Ireland abandons religion – About time too?

The Irish commitment to the Catholic religion is fast draining away, according to a new poll which points to a dramatic plunge in those who regard themselves as religious. Worldwide, only Vietnam experienced a greater drop in those describing themselves … Continue reading

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Working towards a new, diverse Ireland

Ireland’s government is moving forward with plans to end the Catholic Church’s monopoly of the nation’s primary school system. More diversity in institutions and ideas will be good for students. The change should promote healing in a country traumatized by … Continue reading

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Cameron in the Enda zone

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and British prime minister David Cameron will today publish plans for the development of British-Irish relations for the next decade. Mr Kenny will fly to London on a pre-St Patrick’s Day visit to agree closer bilateral engagement … Continue reading

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Imagining a united Ireland – new novel

Turas is Colin Neill’s first novel and he will be “in conversation with Contemporary Christianity” on February 21. It is 2020 and Ireland has been united. During this year of striking change, a group of men meet together in a … Continue reading

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