Gerry O’Hanlon SJ analyses the crisis afflicting the Church in Ireland and identifies the frustrations felt by Irish Catholics who feel that their voices are not being heard.
Outreach workers from the Irish Chaplaincy in Britain describe how the more vulnerable members of Irish society often experience Christmas and how they understand the importance of what they do, particularly at this time of year.
George Tyrrell was born into a Protestant family in Dublin in 1861 but later became a Catholic and then a Jesuit, a description that also applies exactly to the life of another man: John Sullivan.
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