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In the shadow of sculptor John Hogan

I had an opportunity a few days ago to visit Dublin with a couple of friends. Part of the treat was to follow the trail of a nineteenth century sculptor who was born in Waterford but grew up in Cork and learned his craft in Rome. John Hogan was born in 1800 but was moved […]

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Sunday after the Dublin Report

Not easy to plan a homily for this weekend (to be honest it’s never ‘easy’). People are split across several axes of reality in its aftermath. Some are angry, some mad, some with the church – some with the media – it’s opened wounds for some people, it’s caused the first cut for others. Some […]

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