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Taoiseach meets with Orange Order reps to discuss needs of Protestant communities at the border
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Taoiseach meets with Orange Order reps to discuss needs of Protestant communities at the border

Updated Nov 26th 2018, 6:50 PM 36,604 Views 76 Comments

The Taoiseach met with the grand secretary of the Orange Lodge Reverend Mervyn Gibson.

Remembering the woman who stood up to the Catholic Church over mixed marriage
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Remembering the woman who stood up to the Catholic Church over mixed marriage

Jul 31st 2016, 6:00 PM 48,310 Views 101 Comments

Sheila Cloney was caught in the middle of a fight which saw Catholics boycott Protestant businesses, farms and schools.

16 memories anyone who grew up Protestant will recognise
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16 memories anyone who grew up Protestant will recognise

Jun 5th 2016, 9:30 PM 20,028 Views 2 Comments

A good scon.

From 'bullet books' to Seán O’Casey watercolours: A different look at the Easter Rising
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From 'bullet books' to Seán O’Casey watercolours: A different look at the Easter Rising

May 14th 2016, 1:00 PM 8,327 Views 1 Comment

A new exhibition looks at how minority communities in Dublin responded to 1916.

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'What is your religion?' People are being urged to think hard about that come census night

Mar 26th 2016, 8:15 AM 89,734 Views 277 Comments

The Humanists Association of Ireland want people to consider how they really feel.

The mother of 'disappeared' Catholic woman Lisa Dorrian has died
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The mother of 'disappeared' Catholic woman Lisa Dorrian has died

Dec 29th 2015, 2:44 PM 20,395 Views 33 Comments

Pat Dorrian (59) passed away in hospital yesterday. Her daughter Lisa disappeared in February 2005.

Extraordinary photos showcase Ireland's abandoned churches
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Extraordinary photos showcase Ireland's abandoned churches

Sep 26th 2015, 10:00 PM 43,277 Views 56 Comments

And give a fascinating insight into our religious history.

Pope Francis: Religion can never justify violence
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Pope Francis: Religion can never justify violence

Sep 21st 2014, 7:15 PM 9,746 Views 61 Comments

He said that Albania was an “inspiring example” of religious harmony.

Opinion: No person or institution can be left behind in the mother-and-baby home inquiry
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Opinion: No person or institution can be left behind in the mother-and-baby home inquiry

Jul 17th 2014, 7:30 PM 62 Views 17 Comments

There are serious concerns about the forthcoming mother-and-baby home inquiry; there is no international judge and a glaring lack of public debate.

The Protestant orphanage where children were whipped, beaten --- and everyone had the same name
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The Protestant orphanage where children were whipped, beaten --- and everyone had the same name

Jul 6th 2014, 7:45 AM 62,728 Views 67 Comments

Survivors are calling for the Westbank home, in Greystones, Co Wicklow, to be included in the wide-ranging inquiry tasked with investigating the State’s network of mother-and-baby homes.

Opinion: It is a bittersweet time for victims of institutional abuse – the least we can do is listen
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Opinion: It is a bittersweet time for victims of institutional abuse – the least we can do is listen

Jun 13th 2014, 7:30 PM 56 Views 10 Comments

Victims of mother-and-baby homes as well as the Bethany Homes must finally have their voices heard.

Extract: How 'throwing at cocks' took root in Ireland
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Extract: How 'throwing at cocks' took root in Ireland

May 11th 2014, 12:00 PM 411 Views 15 Comments

Professor James Kelly explains how tying a rooster to a post and throwing sticks at it until it died was considered sport in the 17th century.

Memorial to 222 children who died at Bethany Home to be unveiled
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Memorial to 222 children who died at Bethany Home to be unveiled

Mar 11th 2014, 9:31 AM 7,897 Views 5 Comments

The memorial is dedicated to the young babies and children who died while in the care of the home between 1922 and 1949.

Hundreds attend walk to remember Shankhill Road bomb victims
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Hundreds attend walk to remember Shankhill Road bomb victims

Oct 23rd 2013, 8:38 AM 4,872 Views 133 Comments

The attack, which happened 20 years ago today, was one of the most notorious incidents of The Troubles.

Bethany Home survivors look into bringing government to court
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Bethany Home survivors look into bringing government to court

Oct 17th 2013, 9:30 AM 2,969 Views 12 Comments

Derek Leinster said that there has been some good news regarding a memorial at Mount Jerome cemetery.

Sectarianism "is alive" in Dublin's Church of Ireland community - Archbishop
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Sectarianism "is alive" in Dublin's Church of Ireland community - Archbishop

Oct 16th 2013, 10:44 AM 7,226 Views 33 Comments

Church of Ireland Archbishop Of Dublin Michael Jackson says that there remains a “a deeply dug in antagonism to difference” within the church community.

Protestant FG councillors say their schools are being discriminated against
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Protestant FG councillors say their schools are being discriminated against

Sep 11th 2013, 7:08 PM 9,964 Views 69 Comments

The thirteen councillors say that changes to pupil/teacher ratios are “putting Protestant schools beyond the means of ordinary Protestants”.

Police call for calm as threat issued to Belfast schools
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Police call for calm as threat issued to Belfast schools

Sep 7th 2013, 3:36 PM 12,063 Views 35 Comments

A man claiming to represent the Red Hand Defenders issued the threat, according to the Irish News.

Man arrested on suspicion of terrorist activity in Carrickfergus
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Man arrested on suspicion of terrorist activity in Carrickfergus

Aug 29th 2013, 4:17 PM 4,580 Views 18 Comments

The 42-year-old was arrested by officers investigating the Union Jack flag protests. To date, over 180 people have been charged as part of the investigation.

Bethany Home survivors call for cross-border investigation into neglect
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Bethany Home survivors call for cross-border investigation into neglect

Jul 22nd 2013, 3:00 PM 3,594 Views 18 Comments

The survivors are looking for their cross-border experiences of neglect to be investigated under the Joint Ministerial Council of the Belfast Good Friday Agreement.

Visiting Dublin's most sacred places? Here are the 'Dos and don'ts'
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Visiting Dublin's most sacred places? Here are the 'Dos and don'ts'

Jun 23rd 2013, 8:30 AM 13,749 Views 22 Comments

Do you know why shoes are taken off in Buddhist centres?

Column: Not enough has been done to uphold the spirit of the Good Friday Agreement
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Column: Not enough has been done to uphold the spirit of the Good Friday Agreement

Mar 29th 2013, 1:00 PM 67 Views 56 Comments

It’s true Northern Ireland has come a long way over the last fifteen years, but we cannot afford to hang the ‘mission accomplished’ banner over the peace process, writes David McCann.

Church of England says no to female bishops
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Church of England says no to female bishops

Nov 20th 2012, 8:30 PM 6,069 Views 38 Comments

A move to permit women to serve as bishops within the Church of England has been blocked, leaving the church facing more years of contentious debate.

Column: The Troubles may have quietened, but the trauma lives on
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Column: The Troubles may have quietened, but the trauma lives on

Nov 3rd 2012, 12:00 PM 198 Views 32 Comments

Although the peace agreement came into effect in 1998, the pain didn’t stop for many, writes Richard Barklie.

Number of Catholics at record high, despite lowest percentage ever - CSO
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Number of Catholics at record high, despite lowest percentage ever - CSO

Oct 18th 2012, 4:04 PM 14,062 Views 84 Comments

3.86 million people describe themselves as Catholic (84.2 per cent) while 277,237 people say that they have no religion.

Germany's Catholics told to pay church tax or no sacraments
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Germany's Catholics told to pay church tax or no sacraments

Sep 24th 2012, 6:07 PM 14,502 Views 147 Comments

Anyone who does not pay between eight and 10 per cent of income tax to the church will no longer be able to receive sacraments or become a godparent.

Big drop in number of Irish people who describe themselves as religious
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Big drop in number of Irish people who describe themselves as religious

Aug 8th 2012, 10:55 AM 9,249 Views 221 Comments

Less than half of the Irish population say that they are religious.

Historical bronze bell stolen from Kerry church
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Historical bronze bell stolen from Kerry church

Jul 31st 2012, 11:56 AM 4,266 Views 15 Comments

The bell, which was held in a former Church of Ireland church, was made in the 1700s and weighs around 300lbs.

Orange Order would like to hold a parade in Dublin
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Orange Order would like to hold a parade in Dublin

Jul 3rd 2012, 4:13 PM 9,583 Views 145 Comments

A senior member of the Orange Order told the Seanad that the organisation wants to contribute to the “normalisation of relationships within these islands”.

Sinn Féin minister found guilty of religious discrimination
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Sinn Féin minister found guilty of religious discrimination

Jun 21st 2012, 1:11 PM 9,825 Views 90 Comments

Conor Murphy has been found guilty of discriminating against a Protestant applicant by Belfast’s Fair Employment Tribunal.

Names of 3,700 Troubles victims read aloud
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Names of 3,700 Troubles victims read aloud

Apr 6th 2012, 3:42 PM 7,898 Views 46 Comments

The names of 3,700 people who killed during the Troubles were read aloud in Dublin’s Unitarian Church today to mark the 14th anniversary of the Good Friday peace agreement.

Going for Gault: Linfield pick midfielder as first Catholic captain
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Going for Gault: Linfield pick midfielder as first Catholic captain

Aug 10th 2011, 11:56 AM 1,248 Views 0 Comments

For the first time in 125 years, Linfield FC will be led out by a Catholic captain.

Man due in court over Neil Lennon hate websites
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Man due in court over Neil Lennon hate websites

Aug 3rd 2011, 8:54 AM 370 Views 2 Comments

The Celtic boss has been subjected to a sectarian hate campaign.