Magdalene Hope

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The Irish Times
March for Choice goes global with protests planned for 25 citiesmy second time living in Australia; I’ve been here nearly three years, working
March for Choice goes global with protests planned for 25 cities
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
my second time living in Australia; I’ve been here nearly three years, working in community development. My partner and I hope to have children soon, and it saddens me that I feel relief knowing I’ll have access to Australian maternity services.... Read more
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The Irish Times
March for Choice goes global with protests planned for 16 citiesmy second time living in Australia; I’ve been here nearly three years, working
March for Choice goes global with protests planned for 16 cities
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
my second time living in Australia; I’ve been here nearly three years, working in community development. My partner and I hope to have children soon, and it saddens me that I feel relief knowing I’ll have access to Australian maternity services.... Read more
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Ekklesia
Events announcement: 'Creative Conversations: beliefs shopping action for change'2016, 6.45-8.30pm Transforming Christian-Muslim relations A conversation betw
Events announcement: 'Creative Conversations: beliefs shopping action for change'
Ekklesia / Posted 6 days ago
2016, 6.45-8.30pm Transforming Christian-Muslim relations A conversation between Lord Williams of Oystermouth (Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, former Archbishop of Canterbury) and Prof Mona Siddiqui (Professor of Islamic and Interreligious... Read more
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The Irish Times
Jo Spain: From facts to fictionare instantly recognisable. My backdrops tend to stem from real life, too. In
Jo Spain: From facts to fiction
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
are instantly recognisable. My backdrops tend to stem from real life, too. In my first novel, I set the crime in the Magdalene Laundries and Mother and Baby Homes, an issue close to my heart. I was conscious I was fictionalising a real-life,... Read more
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Limerick Post
A tale of three writersthe latest to drop off the production line, a line which shows no sign of slowi
A tale of three writers
Limerick Post / Posted 10 days ago
the latest to drop off the production line, a line which shows no sign of slowing even as Limerick heads towards what it hopes will be more prosperous times. However, the Limerick writers of today face greater challenges than any who went... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Kasbeer church will host one-woman musical“Early One Morning” is an hour-long play that tells the story of the biblical c
Kasbeer church will host one-woman musical
Bureau County Republican / Posted 10 days ago
“Early One Morning” is an hour-long play that tells the story of the biblical character Mary Magdalene. The story of “Early One Morning” begins in a state of grief over the death of Mary’s friend, Jesus. In flashback, we learn of Mary’s life in the... Read more
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Variety
Director Garth Davis on His Awards Season Contender ‘Lion’ and Working With Dev Patelthe most beautiful and moving film that I could. I just wanted audiences to be
Director Garth Davis on His Awards Season Contender ‘Lion’ and Working With Dev Patel
Variety / Posted 16 days ago
the most beautiful and moving film that I could. I just wanted audiences to be affected by it, and have a little bit more hope in their lives — and a little more courage, too. Your next project is “Mary Magdalene.” Do you think it will be... Read more
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Irish Central
The amazing life of Mary Dooley, an orphan girl from a Galway workhousegirls. The project is trying to connect with as many of the orphan workhouse gi
The amazing life of Mary Dooley, an orphan girl from a Galway workhouse
Irish Central / Posted 20 days ago
girls. The project is trying to connect with as many of the orphan workhouse girls' descendants in Australia with the hope of telling their stories, establishing where in Galway they came from and, hopefully, linking them up with their Irish... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
News & Views: About 20 people enjoyed ‘A Day in the Country’was joined at Bremmers by Farm Bureau directors Earl Klinger, Tom Flack and his
News & Views: About 20 people enjoyed ‘A Day in the Country’
The Journal-Standard / Posted 27 days ago
was joined at Bremmers by Farm Bureau directors Earl Klinger, Tom Flack and his wife Kelly and daughters Josephine and Magdalene, and Greg Kent and his wife Jamie and daughter Charlie and son Case.The group returned to Freeport around 1:30 p.m.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Churches Slam Senate Over Failure to Vote on Gender Billthings, proposes to compel political parties to adhere to the rule in their nom
Churches Slam Senate Over Failure to Vote on Gender Bill
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
things, proposes to compel political parties to adhere to the rule in their nomination lists. "It (the Bill) is our last hope. We are not in a competition. We are asking for Parliament to pass this Bill because it is the right thing to do,"... Read more

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