She had in her possession a more conventional photo of her beloved boys when she packed to come home from Paris on August 30, 1997, when a reunion with William and Harry was very much on her mind.She hadn’t seen them for more than a month and it was a last chance for the three of them to be together before the boys went back to school. She had learned that plans were being made for William, 15, to appear before the cameras for an official photo-call ahead of his return to Eton. When she discovered that the plan did not include her 12-year-old younger son, she fired off an angry reminder to royal aides that this would flout the carefully constructed agreement she and Charles had over the upbringing of their sons.Sometimes they were serious and formal, and sometimes the boys dressed for fun.Just like this one – in outsize policeman’s helmets, ties and walkie talkies strapped to their belts.His colourful rhetoric was characterized by satire and sarcasm.The industrial militancy of the early 1890s convinced Mc Namara that the way forward to socialism was now through the ever-expanding union of workers, with community control of production, distribution and exchange, 'thus doing away with, for ever, the inevitable starvation, crime and destitution'.Mc Namara appeared in the feature films Texasville, Stella, Copycat, Surviving the Game, and Stealing Home.
After the war he returned to Brooklyn but I am not sure of his occupation after the war.
While it’s got some people on the defensive, usually those who’ve long deemed themselves “John Paul II priests,” it’s got many more (lay and clergy) saying “amen.” Father Dan writes about a growing phenomenon of what he calls the “unapproachable or pretentious character of so many of the newly ordained”: They appear to be more concerned about titles, clerical attire, fancy vestments, distance between themselves and their parishioners, and they focus more on what makes them distinctive than on their vocation to wash the feet of others (Jn –17), to lead with humility and to show the compassionate face of God to all.
Noting Pope Francis’s comments about clericalism, Father Dan writes that the pontiff’s words are a call for clergy “to remember that their baptism is what matters most.” Sadly, for many, it’s not, and judging from the quality of the men getting ordained today, it’s only going to get worse, not better.
She had insisted that at every step through their childhood the spotlight should not fall alone on heir-in-line William, but must be shared with Harry.
It was the very last battle she fought on behalf of her sons, and judging by the remarkable and deeply affecting joint interview in tonight’s TV documentary, it was not in vain.