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# Divine Intervention

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# Divine Intervention
Three Irish nuns had their pensions restored after intervention by the Ombudsman
The sisters’ payments stopped after they returned from Portugal to live in Ireland.
# Divine Intervention
Sarah Sanders: 'God wanted Donald Trump to be president'
Sanders was speaking in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network
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Diversions, alternate stops and no real-time info: Buses set for disruption during papal visit
Bus Éireann says it is making 800 trips to and from the capital on Sunday
# The Pope
Papal visit: State planning to spend almost €3 million on security staff and equipment
The Pope is to celebrate Mass at Dublin’s Phoenix Park on 26 August.
# Irish auction
'In this business you can't know everything': Painting with €800 price tag sells for €120,000
“To my knowledge, the bidder hasn’t seen the picture in the flesh, so to speak,” says James O’Halloran of Adam’s Auctioneers.
# Divine Intervention
How to save a currency? This country is saying prayers, closing pubs and cancelling football
“Let’s pray to God to have mercy on us. God has done that before and he can do it again.”
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The Pope got another GAA present, this time a club jersey
Fr. Michael Toner met the Holy Father on a recent trip to the Vatican and presented him with a club jersey.
# Divine Intervention
Irish nun rescued after three days stuck in a lift
The 58-year-old was with another nun from New Zealand in the Rome convent.
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This Leaving Cert student is Snapchatting his hilarious exam conversations with Jesus
And they’re great.
# Divine Intervention
Seventh heaven: Irish angel investors turn 700 per cent profit
Many Irish investments are outperforming the industry norms, according to one Angel network.
# in bod we trust
BOD: I can’t convince Damien Duff to make an Ireland comeback
The Irish rugby captain believes the Fulham midfielder is ‘incredibly professional’ and is enjoying is football away from the shackles of the international game.
# Divine Intervention
In pictures: Donegal fans put faith in Jim McGuinness to deliver Sam
Something tells me they’re feeling pretty confident in Donegal ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final at Croke Park.
# Divine Intervention
Alabama offenders given choice of jail time or church time
Non-violent offenders in Alabama are being offered the option of going to church every week in lieu of jail time under a new programme which launches next week.