Sympathy for the devil in a cathedral
Once, such sentiments would have been considered profane; not any more
Dwell on this for a second – Sympathy For The Devil in Christ Church Cathedral. There was a time when such sentiments would have been considered profane and subject to the stake, the guillotine or just humdrum hanging at nearby St Catherine’s where poor Robert Emmett met his end.
But not any more, and the Rolling Stones’ famous war cry now pierces the inner sanctum of Protestantism through the auspices of the Irish...
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