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Wise Irish Women: A Journey of Love, Loyalty, and Friendship to Inspire the Irish Spirit brings together the voices of thirty-six women and their stories covering everything from Irish charm, Irish luck, and Irish love of family, to Irish gumption. “I witnessed the strength and character of the Irish from an early age,” says Patricia Connorton Kagerer, who co-authored the book with her cousin Laura Prendergast Gordon.
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Following our very successful fundraising and the kind donation made by Mary Golden, the Midfield Development Association has published a folklore book called "A Story Told to Us Last Night”, using a selection of local stories from the 1937/38 National Folklore Collection, plus stories written by the children of 2010 from Midfield National School (22 students took part in 2010).

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In a small town in 1960s Ireland, a teenage boy is killed in a dreadful accident. His sister, his mother, and a man who is a neighbor, each recalling her or his own life as permanently marked by the absolutely senseless death of the lad, paint in painful but hopeful brushstrokes their versions of the intertwining of love and loss and how the former makes the later endurable.

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 Over the last thirty years Thomas Kennedy has quietly established a reputation as a novelist of rare grace and vision. Yet American readers and critics may not know his name for the simple reason his fiction has largely been unavailable in America.

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There is a widespread disillusionment among Christians today. As so many teachings and practices seem irrelevant to the deepest yearnings of the human soul, how do we reconcile our institutional religious traditions with our human neature to embrace a deeper spirituality?

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