Irish-speaking Norman proud to be an Orangeman

Norman Henry

Norman Henry

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Although the majority of the members of the Orange Order are Ulster Protestants, the institution has members in the Republic of Ireland, in Scotland and throughout the Commonwealth and the United States, and even in places as far-flung as Togo, Africa. The beliefs and political motivations held in esteem by the institution can vary from region to region, - in Togo, for example, some brethren also profess the Catholic faith - something which is anathema to their Northern Irish counterparts. Overwhelmingly, what unites Orange lodges is a commitment to the defence of Protestant civil and religious liberties.

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