Revisiting 1969: “we mustn’t allow hatred to spring up in our hearts for our Protestant brethren” (from Brendan McMahon)

This is a recording from August 1969 of Fr Patrick Egan addressing the Clonard Men’s Confraternity supplied by Brendan McMahon. It gives a contemporary response to events in Clonard, Bombay Street and Cupar Street from the days after 14th/15th August 1969.

Keep an eye out for more from Brendan in a couple of weeks.

One response to “Revisiting 1969: “we mustn’t allow hatred to spring up in our hearts for our Protestant brethren” (from Brendan McMahon)

  1. Pingback: Revisiting 1969: standing idly by | The Treason Felony Blog

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