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The Primate of All Ireland, Dr Robin Eames, was in Iraq this week, making a Christmas visit to troops, at the request of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment, writes Gregg Ryan. He met chaplains, shared meals and acts of worship with soldiers, and visited a field hospital. Dr Eames paid tribute to the work of the regiment, which includes soldiers from Northern Ireland and personnel from the Irish Republic who are serving with the British Army.
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Continuing our Lent series on aspects of money, Matthew Bishop explores the links between philanthropy and faith  Subscribe to read more

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