Tag Archives: Irish Rebellion

Gerry Adams: “Micheál Martin could play a leadership role in the necessary process of making Irish unity a reality”

by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams from his Léargas blog Micheál Martin is a man with a mission. To trample on the politics of those whose roots are in the radical republican tradition of Tone and Emmet and Pearse and Connolly … Continue reading

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Will You Come to the Bower – The Dear Land of Our Fathers

[That valiant son of Irish-America, Martin O’Malley, may still have much work to do to rescue and secure the U.S. Presidency but he has certainly made an excellent start, putting the competing “seven dwarfs” into realistic perspective with his bold … Continue reading

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More suppressed Irish history comes to light – the man who made St Patrick’s Day

Luke Wadding, a Co. Waterford native born in October 1558, was a Franciscan priest ordained in 1607 and sent as chaplain to Rome in 1618. He soon began raising funds for an Irish college for clerical students to study for … Continue reading

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