Remembering my mother at ChristmasLives lived abroad garner subtle differences. Perceptions are altered. We who leave never forget our roots but we soon see things differently. Emigration instils a sense of independence and family bonds are shaken loose and set adrift with the passage of time, writes Philip Lynch.
- December 27, 2012, 08:00
Returning the emigrant after deathBringing my father back to Ireland to be buried brought his emigration journey full circle, writes Keith Sharkey.
- July 23, 2012, 01:00