THE Presbyterian minister who became good friends with Martin McGuinness has revealed how British Army top brass wanted him sacked as a chaplain because of his relationship with the late Sinn Féin figurehead and his views on the war in...
EACH year the Irish Inter-Church Meeting brings together representatives from our 15 member Churches for reflection and dialogue on a specific theme to support our work and help set an agenda for the coming year.
Monsignor Raymond Murray has been one of Ireland's most prominent priests since the start of the Troubles. He talks to William Scholes about his eventful life, how his involvement in human rights cases has been driven by his commitment to history and why he is now 'turning more to religion'
AMID the flurry of centenaries and landmark anniversaries being marked both now and in the next few years, it might be easy to overlook the quiet dedication and broad vision of Apostolic Work, writes William Scholes
STATISTICS on housing - such as those relating to the number of people living in emergency accommodation, to the number of households on waiting lists for social housing, to those in long-term mortgage arrears or to increases in rents and house prices - all draw attention to different, but ultimately inter-related, aspects of the current housing crisis in Ireland.