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Tag Archives: Fermanagh

Read all about it… maybe not

THAT old chestnut of media censorship has raised its ugly head once more after it was revealed that Fr Brian D’Arcy, one of our most prolific clerical writers and broadcasters, has been censured by the Vatican.It was revealed this week that the action against Fr D’Arcy was taken by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith last year after an anonymous complaint was made. The priest’s writings must now be submitted for clearance.

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Young people imbued with a spirit of co-operation

On November 8, 1987, an IRA bomb exploded in the Fermanagh town of Enniskillen at the Cenotaph during a Remembrance Day parade, killing 11 people.

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Bradley plotting to Erne win on the road in Canavan’s Fermanagh managerial bow

THE New Year is a time that offers fresh hope and a fresh start. That is certainly the objective for Antrim football manager Liam Bradley who is hoping to begin the 2012 inter-county campaign with a bang when his Saffron squad travel to Enniskillen to face Fermanagh in the first of three Section A games in the Dr McKenna Cup.

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Bless me! Father meets Father’s father

It was a case of friends reunited when two of Ardoyne’s most respected and well-loved clerics had a chance meeting at the All-Ireland football final earlier this month.

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