Taking faith formation out of schools is a good idea – after all, it worked last time round
Severe climate change could prompt a political lurch to the right and an isolationist strategy, but Ireland is better off fighting to save the planet
The climate crisis is much worse than you think - so why isn’t it our top priority?
Like him or loathe him, deporting Julian Assange to the US would threaten both our free press and liberal democracy
Colin Murphy’s new play, A Day In May, harks back to the liberating moment of gay marriage being legalised in Ireland. This week, it will be staged in Belfast – a city where, in the old days, veteran gay activists like Jeffrey Dudgeon needed all their wits and courage to survive
Our schadenfreude and our unyielding policy on the border risk scuppering a soft Brexit
Social change being driven by foreign money is a mainstay of human rights activity
The traditional Paddywhackery is all very well - and lucrative, but St Patrick’s Confessio, now online, reveals him as a brilliant and surprisingly resonant writer
The former justice minister Alan Shatter has said claims that Enda Kenny told Facebook he would l...