‘HERE … WILL BE TRAINED THE WOMEN WHO WILL ASSIST IN BUILDING HAPPY HOMES, FOR HERE WILL BE IMPARTED RIGHT KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF HOME-CRAFT.’—ARCHBISHOP JOHN CHARLES McQUAID AT THE […]

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The notion that a woman’s primary responsibility to society was to be a home-maker was encompassed in the founding ethos of St Mary’s College. Indeed, to underline this point, the […]

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WHAT WAS THE IMPACT ON THE IRISH SOLDIER? By Lar Joye The Battle of the Somme has been described as the blackest period in the history of the British Army, […]

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WHY WAS THE BATTLE FOUGHT? By Jennifer Wellington By late 1915, the war in the west had been effectively at stalemate for months. Repeated attempts to rupture the lines of […]

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A VERBAL SMOKESCREEN OF AMBIGUITY, REPETITIONS, IRRELEVANT DATA, DECEPTIONS, OMISSIONS, EX CATHEDRA PRONOUNCEMENTS AND DISINFORMATION By Paul Hyde The results of the 1959 test cannot be found; the 1972 test […]

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