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Cahill's Comments - Tom Cahill
The Bard of Emory
Friday, 02 July 2004
Thomas Moore was a phenomenon, says Tom Cahill - and a recording of his Melodies by James Flannery shows the Irish and Irish-American worlds at their cross-pollinating best.
'Tis A Strange Thing To Do To A Gift.
Sunday, 30 May 2004
How much of Irish American culture is due to the Catholic component? Our man in Texas, Thomas Cahill, on "Irish America: Coming into Clover" by Maureen Dezell.
Unpacking St. Patrick
Friday, 12 March 2004
"We Irish love this man": The reality of the saint we're celebrating is more interesting than the tired 'facts' that get trotted out every March. Thomas Cahill takes a fresh look at Patrick.
Tuesday, 11 November 2003
Tom Cahill's father supported his Catholic family by working at the local Anglican church. How did he face the Lord? Our man in Texas on community, Thanksgiving and the working man's path to ecumenism.
Cheer, cheer for old Notre Dame
Sunday, 07 September 2003
"Ye can beat a drum and ye can beat an ass but you can't beat an education": Tom Cahill, our Irishman in Texas, drops his daughter off at the University of Notre Dame - and he feels blessed.
Children the American Irish Way
Sunday, 03 August 2003
The children of Kilkenny native Tom Cahill were born in America, but they see themselves as Irish. They have the best of both worlds, he says.
Thinkin' of the Dhrink
Sunday, 13 July 2003
Our Irishman in Texas asks, can we enjoy a drink and not do harm? Our survival as a people depends on it, says Tom Cahill.
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