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Reflections on the Pilgrim's Journey

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Born in 1917, Cardinal Cahal B. Daly once remarked that he did not remember a time when he did not want to be a priest. Ordained in June 1941 for the diocese of Down and Connor, Cahal B. Daly held the posts of Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise and Down and Connor, and in 1990 was appointed Archbishop of Armagh, just two years before the usual retiring age for bishops and archbishops. Made a cardinal in June 1991, his reputation as one of the Irish Catholic Church’s most outstanding spiritual and intellectual leaders was by this point well established.

In this special commemorative book, those who met and worked with Cardinal Daly share their memories of the man who was, in the words of the former Archbishop of Tuam, Joseph Cassidy, a bit of an oul saint. Contributions came from Dame Nuala OLoan, Bishop Colm OReilly, Lady Sylvia Hermon MP, and many others.