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Topic: Ireland

How the Great War left my family in pieces

Mary Teresa Connor describes how the First World War took an unbearable toll on her close-knit Irish Catholic family

Why are British Catholics so bad at celebrating the birth of St John the Baptist?

Riotous bonfires, a special mass and celebratory feasting should be at the heart of the ‘Summer Christmas’

Nuncio sees ‘green shoots’ in Irish Church after 20-year winter

Archbishop Brown says younger Catholics are showing ‘renewed enthusiasm’ for the faith

Jackie Kennedy letters to Irish priest withdrawn from planned auction

Kennedy wrote the letters to Father Joseph Leonard between 1950 and 1964

Morning Catholic must-reads: 19/05/14

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Should the contents of Jackie Kennedy’s private letters to a priest have been made public?

All Catholics have the right to speak to their pastors in the strictest confidence

Jackie Kennedy was ‘bitter against God’ after death of JFK, letters reveal

Letters exchanged by Kennedy and priest to be auctioned in Dublin in June

Was Isabella the Catholic really a saint?

Those promoting Queen Isabella’s Cause can’t ignore the horrendous suffering she imposed on the Jewish people

Film Review: Calvary is a jet black comedy with serious things to say about faith

John Michael McDonagh has found his very own De Niro in Brendan Gleeson

Abuse survivor says new Vatican commission must achieve real change

Marie Collins nominated by Pope Francis to sit on the new Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minor