The last book written by well-known Irish Jesuit, Michael Paul Gallagher SJ. He writes movingly of his battle with cancer and his journey towards the end of life. Michael Paul Gallagher SJ died on 6 November 2016.
THE ART OF ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS is a 'go to guide' to dip into as needed to remind you of the key questions to ask throughout the employment journey. By asking the right questions, you will enhance your team's skills to maximise their own talent and make your business more successful by engaging your team's knowledge and skills.
The 'Warzone Collective' began in 1984 in the city of Belfast, Northern Ireland when a few local punks decided to consolidate their efforts and get their own venue, practice & social space. In 1991 the Collective moved to a larger and more ambitious venue. This title includes photographs that were taken at the Warzone Centre.
This well-crafted novel is one of the few novels in either Irish or English that explores this generation of Irish people, often termed the "silent" or "lost generation" when over a half-a-million people emigrated, primarily to Britain, to work in the post-war economy there - "building England up and tearing it down again."
With their stylistic assurance and wildly imaginative flair, Nic Aodha's poems are invigorating the Irish language. Many of her poems are visionary meditations; meeting places where the inner being can commune with the outer world. This is an essential volume of modern Irish poetry, presented in a bilingual edition.
When ghostly Mr Lewis has to leave his cosy home in the castle, Milo and Shane help set him up in a local ruined mill. Little do they know the danger this puts him in, and the trouble it will cause for themselves -and this time Mr Lewis can't help them.