A JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY IRISH & IRISH AMERICAN AFFAIRS
FEBRUARY 2002 / VOL.2 ISSUE 9

  IRISH CONCERN REACHES OUT TO THE CONGO,
PLUS...MORE IRISH BONES....
MCGUINNESS TELLS HIS SIDE...
CELTIC CHURCHES REAPPEAR...
SUMMER SWIMMING IN LAHINCH...
JEWISH ROOTS MINGLE WITH THE IRISH...
AND A BOGMAN CURSES THE DARKNESS.

COVER PHOTO
Local Congolese women make their way across fresh lava flows in Goma, following the eruption of Mount Nyiragongo in January. Workers from Concern, the Irish aid agency, were on hand to help the victims of the natural catastrophe.

Photo courtesy of 
Phat Traffic International Features Agency

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