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A glossary of Terms Related to the ConflictA glossary of Terms Related to the Conflict
Northern Ireland. No paramilitary organisation claimed responsibility but it is widely accepted that the Provisional Irish Republican Army (pira) was responsible for the bombing
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2 Our Catholic School Heritage2 Our Catholic School Heritage
For about 170 years. In the early 1800s there were separate schools in many cities, towns and townships. In Peel, three separate schools opened before Confederation (1867): St. James in Malton in the 1830s, St
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Cain web Service Northern Ireland: Troubles Brewing\Cain web Service Northern Ireland: Troubles Brewing' by Landon Hancock
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The Northern Ireland Troubles: incore background paperThe Northern Ireland Troubles: incore background paper
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland on Friday 22 May 1998. In December 1999 a legislative Assembly of both unionist and nationalist politicians was finally set up to share power in Northern Ireland
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British identities Primary sourcesBritish identities Primary sources
Bishop Richard Davies, Address to the Welsh People (1569) – scanned onto website: see term one, week eight
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A decade after Economic Justice for All: Continuing Principles, Changing Context, New Challenges National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1995A decade after Economic Justice for All: Continuing Principles, Changing Context, New Challenges National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1995
This letter calls us to conversion and common action, to new forms of stewardship, service, and citizenship. The completion of a letter such as this is but the beginning of a long process of education, discussion, and action
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Brief History of IrelandBrief History of Ireland
The earliest settlers in Ireland are believed to have lived as early as 8,000 bc. Ireland’s first farmers arrived from Europe about 6
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Urs Altermatt, Jan De Maeyer & Franziska Metzger (eds.)Urs Altermatt, Jan De Maeyer & Franziska Metzger (eds.)
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The Irish in ScotlandThe Irish in Scotland
Irish to stick together, who preferred the Catholic community to remain apart from the predominantly Protestant Scottish society in which they lived
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A constructive attitude to migration is a moral issueA constructive attitude to migration is a moral issue
Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations for Migration and Development
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Assessment Schedule – 2009 History: Examine a significant decision made by people in history, in an essay (90657) Judgement StatementAssessment Schedule – 2009 History: Examine a significant decision made by people in history, in an essay (90657) Judgement Statement
History: Examine a significant decision made by people in history, in an essay (90657)
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The candidate’s response to the first part of the essay question could includeThe candidate’s response to the first part of the essay question could include
Explain the factors that eventually led to Elizabeth I’s decision to sign the death warrant of Mary Queen of Scots in 1587. Evaluate the political and religious consequences of Mary’s execution for Elizabeth and England between 1587 and
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Parish guidelines for marriageParish guidelines for marriage
The Catholic Community of St. Maximilian Kolbe congratulates you in your decision to explore your Christian vocation through the Sacrament of Marriage. We welcome you
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