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Church group against conscience clause for businesses opposed to same-sex marriage

The Church of Ireland group Changing Attitude Ireland (CAI) says it is opposed to a ‘conscience clause’, suggested by the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, which would allow businesses to opt out of providing goods or services for same sex weddings. 199 more words


Dear Ireland, I love you





Gay Catholic Voice Ireland: Civil Marriage Is A Matter For The State

The recent publishing of the wording that is to be used for the Civil Marriage Referendum was welcomed by Gay Catholic Voice Ireland who said GCVI “notes with joy this historic step towards full constitutional equality for all our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters across the country”. 260 more words


Lieutentant-Colonel Terence Otway, D.S.O.

Terence Otway led a brave and successful assault on the Merville Battery on the morning of D-Day, 4 June 1944.  Despite anti-aircraft fire leading to his battalion of 750 men being spread over a wide area, leaving Otway with just 150 under his command, he successfully achieved his objectives. 1,059 more words

Second World War

These Bonds of Affection

It is with great affection for the traditions of the Henrician Reform and immeasurable gratitude for the communities with which I have worshipped and to which I have ministered in Ireland that today I make clear my intention to leave the Church of Ireland. 356 more words


The old St. Canice’s Church, Finglas (Church of Ireland)

By Adrian James Kirwan

The old church of St. Canice’s, Finglas, is accessed through a small gateway off the Wellmount Road, located across the dual carriageway from Finglas village. 627 more words

Irish History