We are the people

16th May 2003 at 01:00
Identity is a fickle subject, as Bishop Donal McKeown told Catholic heidies (page four).

Illustrating the dilemma, he mused: "I am who I am, not just what somebody else is not. It certainly means being able to better celebrate a Celtic (pronounced with a K) spirituality without reducing that to a Celtic spirituality - feel sort of Catholic, pray that the Celtic team (with few Catholics) will keep beating the Rangers team (with more Catholics) and don't miss your Sunday observance in front of Sky Sports!"

But the question on everyone's lips was does he have a spare ticket for the Big Match in Seville.

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