In 1981, six Med[j]ugorje children claimed to have seen visions of Mary. The statue is a now a major site of pilgrimage, though it is not officially approved by the Catholic church. The church of St James is in the background.
Berwick Avenue, Belfast.
Copyright © 1993 Peter Moloney
Wide shot showing the low wall between the two “Ulster’s defenders” murals: “Our message to the Irish is simple: Hands off Ulster; Irish out; The Ulster conflict is about nationality”, and “We will maintain our faith and our nationality” above images of the Bible. Newtownards Road, Belfast.
© 1992 Alan Gallery, All rights reserved
Jesus of Nazareth giving a blessing of blue and red rays while walking a paved road (Sister Faustina‘s The Divine Mercy). Racecourse Road, Derry.
Copyright © 1991 Peter Moloney
These 1986 images of Bishop Street, Derry, show various murals falling into disrepair, though the Weapons Of The Armed Struggle panel has been cleaned up. Here is the complete wall in 1982.
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Copyright © 1986 Peter Moloney
14 victims of Bloody Sunday (30th Jan 1972) are listed on either side of a cross: P. Doherty G. Donaghy, J. Duddy, H. Gilmore, M. Kelly, M. McDaid, K. McElhinney, B. McGuigan, J. McKinney, W. Nash, J. Wray, J. Young, J. Johnson, W. McKinney.
Rossville Street, Derry
Copyright © 1982 Peter Moloney
Rising behind a set of crosses, it’s not clear whether the sunburst in the mural above is only religious in nature or also symbolises the Fianna. It rises between the Starry Plough and the Tricolour. To the left is a list of the deceased hunger-strikers — Roll of honour: Volunteers B. Sands MP, F. Hughes, R. McCreesh, P. O’Hara, J. McDonnell, M. Hurson, K. Lynch, K. Doherty TD, T. McElwee, M. Devine.” — and to the right, a poem: The Volunteer: I stood beside an Irish grave/A green and silent plot/A little cross marked RIP/Was all that marked the spot.
unknown street (Berwick Rd?), Belfast
Copyright © 1981 LC