Tag Archives: Ireland

“Our ones” and “Your ones” – the fragility of nationhood

When I was a child there were six or seven of us who used to play in the street and in each other’s gardens. We played tig, hide and seek, raced each other, squabbled and forgot it again in seconds. … Continue reading

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Women are people too! Equality in the 21st century

There’s a lot of ‘equality’ going on. What with the issue of women bishops, same-sex marriage and marital coercion, it’s difficult to define exactly what ‘equality’ is. I am not equal to my husband and that is just a fact. … Continue reading

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