When I had the idea for  A Love Like This, I knew  I’d take some of the characters on the same journey that my husband and I did 20 years ago. I wrote the book with my diary by my side, reliving memories and once again becoming that 25-year-old, carefree girl, living the dream

(...) again becoming that 25-year-old, carefree girl, living the dream. Monday, May 20th, 1996(...)

Fr Michael Lapsley:  ‘When injustice occurs, the moral order is inverted.’

(...) needs to be healthy enough to continue with this struggle . . . Healing is about healthy selfishness(...)

‘Teaching English was the perfect job for a crash course into the culture of the country. I helped an array of characters learn English by asking them to tell me their stories.’

(...)-course lunches in pre-school and primary school, instilling healthy eating habits. Education-wise, the fact that(...)

Rev Dr William O’Neill, who  had been author of Presbyterian Notes for The Irish Times since 1960.  Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

(...) healthy woman all her life, she had a fall,” he recalls. Bill O’Neill was born in Woodvale Park at the(...)

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(...) nonetheless vital to sustaining a healthy Earth.”   The ‘science’ of economics? Macroeconomic(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Amelia Wetton, Ruben Corrigaan and Kiya O’Connor from the Child Care Centre at the St Andrews Resource Centre recently. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) mantra for many parents trying to strike a healthy balance between maintaining a career and staying(...)

 Fr Tony Flannery said on his website: “We are told that Jesus had four brothers, and an indefinite number of sisters. This does not fit with the church’s need to present Jesus as the Son of God, conceived in a way that is different from other humans, and Mary as the perpetual virgin. So the scholars turned the brothers and sisters into cousins!”

(...) version of the Holy Family – Jesus, Mary and Joseph living in peace and harmony – choose to quietly pass(...)

David Thom: ‘The place we live must be a place we love, a place we don’t want to leave.’

(...) spirit and kindness and taught us all they know about living, to the Thai jungle where the people have a(...)

Irish ballerina Therese Schweppe, who runs a ballet school in London called Regal Ballet, with some of her pupils at St Christina’s School in St John’s Wood, North London.  Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

(...) continues. Schweppe’s love-affair with ballet began early when she was living in Howth. “I really wanted to(...)

Research into the global impact of biophilic design in the workplace found employees who work in environments with natural elements incorporated into them reported significant increases in wellbeing, productivity and creativity

(...), increasingly, progressive firms are going further and introducing living walls, green roofs, interior(...)