The number of Catholics in Ireland has soared to a record high according to official census figures
Some of the questions raised then about the place and role of religion in secular society remain with us still.
Emigration has been a response to poverty, oppression and lack of opportunity for hundreds of years, among the Irish and many other communities.
The Immigration Museum’s latest exhibition showcases the stories of Irish migrants who have departed their homeland over the last three years to seek new lives in Australia and elsewhere.
The Irish Family Festival at the Immigration Museum promises good craic, hearty food and a feast of Irish culture and heritage. Bring the family!
The Ireland XO programme enables people of Irish heritage to return to Ireland to see the homes their ancestors once lived in, the land they may have farmed, family gravestones.
A thirty year search leads to the Carmelite Abbey of St. Mary’s in Loughrea.
Welcome to the new look on-line edition of Tinteán! Our website has been updated and while the format has changed, the issues, topics and news and views addressed in the magazine version of Tinteán have not.
The tragic death of Jill Meagher has led to an exceptional sense of community cohesion.