Inspired by Faith

Posted on 04. Apr, 2019 in Community, Faith Groups, Family, Politicians, Politics

Peadar Tóibín born 19 June 1974 is an Irish politician who has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Meath West constituency since the 2011 general election. He was twice elected as a Sinn Féin candidate, but resigned from the party on 15 November 2018. He was Chair of the Committee on Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and […]

Irish Parliamentarians Part 2

Posted on 27. Dec, 2018 in Book Reviews, Community, Politicians

Dr Tony White’s latest book, Irish Parliamentarians: Deputies and Senator 1918 –2108, is a comprehensive directory of the 1,870 men and women who have been TDs or Senators in the parliament of the Irish State since the first meeting of Dáil Eireann in January 1919. The election for the first Dáil took place 100 years ago, […]

The Lives of Irish Parliamentarians

Posted on 20. Dec, 2018 in Christian Values, Community, Politicians, Politics

Dr Tony White’s latest book, Irish Parliamentarians: Deputies and Senator 1918 –2108, is a comprehensive directory of the 1,870 men and women who have been TDs or Senators in the parliament of the Irish State since the first meeting of Dáil Eireann in January 1919. The election for the first Dáil took place 100 years ago, […]

Election Preparation

Posted on 04. Feb, 2016 in Christian Values, Community, Economy, Faith and Justice, Politicians, Politics

Political parties all over the country are preparing themselves for election. They will soon be knocking on doors and looking for votes. Michelle Murphy from Social Justice Ireland talked about we need to use this time to think about the kind of society that we want to build and how we can make it fairer […]

Senator Rónán Mullen – Christmas

Posted on 12. Dec, 2013 in Christian Values, Politicians, Politics

Senator Rónán Mullen talks with Conor Deane about his preparations for Christmas and going home and about his forthcoming run for the European elections.                       In “…Senator Ronan Mullen” Out “…I’ll want to stay pretty close to the family.” Run Time: 7:10