Archive for the ‘Orangeism’ Category

Loyal Orange Society (Dublin)

May 22, 2017 News, Orangeism

Objects of Membership:- To support, defend the reformed faith and its rightful leaders. To support the Laws of the Realm and the maintenance of the Public Peace. To defend, support and promote the Reformed faith its distinctive British/Irish   Cultural Traditions, Persons and Properties throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Membership: The Society is open to members […]

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Dublin’s Orange Order mark 1916 Rising with exhibition

April 20, 2016 Culture, News, Orangeism

The Orange Order in Dublin is making a comeback. Last week they hosted an exhibition in connection with the Easter Rising. Worshipful master Chris Thackaberry confronts some of the stereotypes about the order. Video: Ronan McGreevy Click the BLUE TEXT below to see a quick introductory video about the event, as seen on the Irish […]

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A Different Dublin

April 16, 2016 History, News, Orangeism

Loyalism in Dublin from the first to fourth Government of Ireland Act A talk delivered in Dublin Orange Hall on Tuesday 14th of April 2016 by Quincey Dougan Please turn up your speakers as the volume on this video is a bit low

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Easter Rising was profoundly wrong and undemocratic

March 21, 2016 Culture, History, Orangeism

Attorney General: Easter Rising was profoundly wrong and undemocratic The Easter Rising was “profoundly wrong” and cannot be justified as a “just war”, Northern Ireland’s first Roman Catholic Attorney General has said. In a typically candid interview with a magazine examining multiple perspectives on the events of 1916, John Larkin said that the Dublin rebellion […]

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Talk on County Mayo Orangeism

March 19, 2016 Orangeism

On the evening of 14th March 2016, Quincey Dougan made a presentation in The Museum of Orange Heritage at Sloan’s House Loughgall, County Armagh. The presentation centered around some of jis research into the Orange Heritage of County Mayo, including a look at some of the lodges once active; Mayo Unionism; Edward Nangle and the Achill […]

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