Michael Kelly is an award-winning writer and broadcaster specialising in religious and social affairs. Born and raised in Northern Ireland, he attended the Pontifical University St Patrick’s College, Maynooth where he obtained degrees in philosophy and theology and the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome where he studied social institutional communications. He is Managing Editor of The Irish Catholic newspaper, a weekly columnist with The Irish Independent and a regular contributor to radio and TV current affairs programmes.
Witnesses to History: Why Ireland’s Martyrs Died and Lived
Thomas J. Morrissey’s review in The Irish Catholic newspaper of former President of Ireland Mary McAleese’s latest book, The 17 Irish Martyrs.Read More
Irish Catholic Editor’s Dublin book launch a major success
The launch of An Irish Pilgrimage Guide to the Holy Land was a great success, with a slew of well-known Irish figures in attendance.Read More