Archbishop Martin, the GAA, An Garda Síochána, the HSE, and Donald Trump. There’s a bunch that have nothing in common, you’d be thinking. Except maybe one thing — an inability to say sorry.
Clodagh Cogley, one of the survivors of the Berkeley balcony collapse, has received an outpouring of public support following her inspiring words about the tragedy which killed six students, injured seven, and left her unable to walk.
When Christine Buckley’s older son, Darragh, came home from school one day, fresh from a teasing about his afro hair and frustrated that he didn’t look like everyone else, she told him never to be afraid of standing out from the crowd.
THE Aviva Stadium is the focal point of Ireland’s RBS 6 Nations campaign as they host both England and France, in Dublin 4, over the next few weeks, but Carton House, 30 kilometres west of Lansdowne Road, is the players’ home for the championship.
Pope Benedict’s official representative in Ireland has described 2013 as “an incredibly important” year “for the sanctity of human life” and urged people of conscience from all religions and none “to work vigorously and courageously to protect human life from conception to natural death”.