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There was a time, during the culture wars of the 1980s and 1990s,when the Catholic right was as convinced that the godless liberals from Dublin 4 were secretly taking over the country as the liberal left was convinced that Opus Dei was taking over th

16th February, 2008

There was a time, during the culture wars of the 1980s and 1990s,when the Catholic right was as convinced that the godless liberals from Dublin 4 were secretly taking over the country as the liberal left was convinced that Opus Dei was taking over the country.

In the event, it turned out that nobody was that bothered about taking over the country at all, and it ended up being run by a traditional Catholic separated...

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