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It is not possible to build a strong, united Irish nation without a strong, united Church

Fight against "Powers and Principalities"
We should not forget that we are not only fighting against flesh and blood, but against "powers and principalities."
This should elicit sufficient dread in us to make us strive more than ever for holiness, and to pray fervently that the Holy Bride of Christ, who is right now at Calvary, comes out of this fearful crisis more radiant than ever.
The Catholic answer is always the same; absolute fidelity to the holy teaching of the Church, faithfulness to the Holy See, frequent reception of the sacraments, the Rosary, daily spiritual reading, and gratitude that we have been given the fullness of God's revelation.
Catholicism is the spiritual underpinnings of Irish nationalism.

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With grateful acknowledgement to Dr. Alice von Hildebrand who inspired the drafting of this page. No doubt we will acknowledge other Catholic writers as this page is constructed.