Next weekend marks the twentieth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, an event that transformed our world.
It’s a day of many human stories, of heartbreak and heroism - and in Keshcarrigan, Leitrim, a memorial commemorates one of the most remarkable lives lost that day.
Fr. Mychal Judge made his name in NYC during the AIDS epidemic, as a friend to a shunned community, and who became the Chaplain to the Fire Department of New York City.
Donal Fallon joined Gavan Reilly to discuss the lasting legacy of his life and his death in New York City.