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#Holy Show

From TheJournal.ie Pope dolls and stained-glass Skodas: Day 1 at the World Meeting of Families Holy Show

Pope dolls and stained-glass Skodas: Day 1 at the World Meeting of Families

Catholics from around the world began to gather at the RDS this morning – here’s how it played out.

From The42 Northern Ireland denied victory by Church's late penalty Holy Show

Northern Ireland denied victory by Church's late penalty

Craig Cathcart was on target for Michael O’Neill’s side in Cardiff.

From The42 The day we talked football with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican Holy Show

The day we talked football with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican

Packie Bonnar recalls a memorable and emotional day from Italia ’90.

From TheJournal.ie Nuns let out of convent to meet Pope. All hell breaks loose! Holy Show This post contains videos
From The42 Young GAA stars can't part with their hurleys on Communion day Holy Show

Young GAA stars can't part with their hurleys on Communion day

Mind those dresses though.

From TheJournal.ie Can't make it to Rome? You can watch John Paul II's canonisation live in 3D in Drumcondra Holy Show

Can't make it to Rome? You can watch John Paul II's canonisation live in 3D in Drumcondra

Around 5 million people are expected in Rome ahead of the ceremony to make John Paul II and John XXIII saints. If you’re not a fan of the crowds, here are the options…

Twitter thought the IFTAs were a holy show

Irish viewers took to social media in their droves to rant about the ceremony.

From TheJournal.ie ‘Thou shalt not laugh’: Bible play banned in Northern Ireland Holy Show

‘Thou shalt not laugh’: Bible play banned in Northern Ireland

A play that was dubbed ‘blasphemous’ has been pulled from a council-run theatre.