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Support floods in for O’Neill after Abbey speech

Messages of support have been coming in all week for Ballinrobe man Rory O’Neill following his impassioned speech about gay rights and homophobia in the Abbey Theatre last Saturday night.

The ghost of Galway past

NUASCÉALTA THE History Press’s re-publication of The House Of Gold, perhaps Liam O’Flaherty’s finest novel, does something to ameliorate the wrong done when the book was banned in 1929 by those charged with protecting the Irish people from publications that might lead them to have impure thoughts.

New post-Enda poll reveals public is split in attitude towards Catholic Church

A new poll commissioned by The Iona Institute shows that the public is split in its attitude towards the Catholic with 47 per cent currently viewing the Church unfavourably, while 46 per cent believe that Church teaching is still of benefit to society.

Galway has lowest percentage of births outside marriage

Galway county has the lowest national percentage of births outside marriage, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office.

September date for National Grandparents’ Pilgrimage

Grandparents take note, the second ever National Grandparents’ Pilgrimage has been scheduled for Knock Shrine on Sunday September 14.

 

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