Editorial: President was right to distance himself from partition event fiasco
Historically tone deaf, the Church Leaders Group turned a ‘service of reflection’ into a political event loaded with significance
Somebody has made an almighty mess of next month’s religious ceremony to commemorate the centenary of partition and the creation of Northern Ireland – and it is not President Michael D Higgins. The blame for this affair lies with the leaders of Ireland’s churches, who have turned what they intended as “a service of reflection and hope” into a lesson in the perils of historical misremembering.
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