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Mary Kenny is an Irish journalist, broadcaster and playwright. A founding member of the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement, she was one of the country’s first and foremost feminists and has been described as “the grand dame if Irish journalism”. Kenny has written for numerous broadsheet publications including the Irish Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Irish Catholic. She has written books on feminism, Catholicism in Ireland and a personal biography of William Joyce.
Brónach & her Bell
Today is the Feast Day of St Brónach, a 5th c. saint from Kilbroney, Co. Down. Read more about her life and adventures in this excerpt from ‘Saint Brigid and Other Amazing Irish Women’ by Lorraine MulhollandRead More
Finding Hope reviewed in Meath Chronicle
“I’d recommend having it to hand, maybe on your bedside table on the kitchen shelf, somewhere it can easily be found. And take note of the entries that sing to you. We could all do with an extra dollop hope.”Read More
Ash Wednesday reflections for the start of Lent
Thoughts and prayers to begin your Lenten journeyRead More