Tag Archives: British POW’s

MARTYRDOM OF A DISSIDENT IRISH-AMERICAN SAINT

It was a bitterly cold morning on January 3, 1946.  In a small chapel in Galway, Ireland, the mass was being said for an American about to be hanged in England’s grim Wandsworth Prison.  The condemned man was still writing his farewell notes as the liturgy began.  His notes ended:  ‘In death, as in this life, I defy the Jews who caused this last war: and I defy the power of Darkness which they represent. 

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THE AWESOME EXPERIENCE OF AN 8,000 VOICE CHOIR

The Welsh male voice choir has become the country’s most treasured and remarkable feature, with Baptist, Methodist origins in the 18th century. During this time, congregations in both the north and south of Wales formed tenor-bass choirs that led chapel-goers in the singing of hymns, both in English and in Welsh.

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