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Hate crime on the rise in Ireland, but our laws don’t address the problem

Because there is no legal definition of hate crime in Irish law, such crimes aren’t systematically recorded. The immediate consequence is that victims are left exposed to continued attack.


Crowds flock to Knock in the hope that Our Lady would appear

More than 2,000 extra pilgrims were at the Marian Shrine, following teenager’s claim that Our Lady would appear at 3 pm.


Ethnic recognition for Travellers is a milestone on a long road to equality

“I have 26 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren – I hope they grow up in a world where they won't face discrimination,” said Missy Collins of Pavee Point.


No plans to remove Bibles from ROI Travelodge

Travelodge UK becomes first major chain to remove bibles from bedrooms for reasons of "diversity".


Nuncio to join Irish chaplaincy in Britain’s Mayo walk

‘In the Footsteps of Irish Emigrants’ is part of the Church's ‘Year of Faith’ celebrations.

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