Tag Archives: Fr. Alec Reid

Taoiseach should emulate Albert Reynolds and act on North

There is an urgent need for British and Irish governments to tackle issues bedevilling the political process in the North, writes Gerry Adams (Here is the closing section of the article – read it in full at the Irish Times … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams praises former Taoiseach Reynolds on 20th Anniversary of Downing Street Declaration

Commenting on the Downing Street Declaration, the 20th anniversary of which falls this Sunday, Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams said that while it was a significant development it was also, like several previous agreements, intended by the British government and … Continue reading

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Remembering Father Alec Reid who created the Irish peace process (VIDEO)

He was the priest of peace who wanted no glory or recognition By TIM PAT COOGAN, IrishCentral Contributing Writer Without Father Alec Reid there would never have been a peace process in Northern Ireland. Tim Pat Coogan remembers the priest … Continue reading

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Fr. Alec Reid: The Chaplain to the Peace Process – Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has expressed his deep sense of personal loss at the death of Fr. Alec Reid and he has extended his condolences to Fr. Alec’s sisters Maura and Margaret and their families, to his Aunt … Continue reading

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