as one of our Prayers of Thanksgiving puts it. And, as clergy have done from time immemorial, we survive Holy Week, roll the stone away, declare the Resurrection – and go for a week’s holiday. So it’s Belfast tomorrow and Donegal on Tuesday. Nothing much changes in Ireland. Ian Paisley continues to maintain opposition to political progress. I can allow him his point of view – but not the intemperate, door-slamming language in which he expresses it. And in Dublin, they have been marking the 90th Anniversary of the 1916 Rising – with a strange mixture of pride and embarrassment.