‘Their faces will forever map the sea’
Last Sunday in Buncrana, a family embarked on a joyful weekend outing. They never came home.
Last Tuesday afternoon, three crosses stood before the altar at the Holy Family Church in Derry as the local junior school rehearsed a passion play for Easter. The children sang and practised their lines in the half-empty church, spurred on by their teacher. In the far corner, a steady stream of people took turns signing a book of condolences for the five lives that were tragically lost off Buncrana pier a week ago. They entered...
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