Contents: 'History, tradition and culture. So much more than just a football club' by Eddie Toner; The Brother Walfrid Memorial Fund Committee; A Message from the Celtic Supporters' Association by Jim Divers; The Memorial to Brother Walfrid - our Founding Father by Mick Dinning; The Celtic Trust and the example of Brother Walfrid - by Jeanette Findlay; Time to give something back by Michael Kelly; Brother Walfrid - his vision and compassion endure by Brian Quinn; Proud to celebrate the charitable roots of Celtic Football Club by Martin O'Neill; Two Sligo Men - one Football Club - Brother Walfrid, Sean Fallon and 'The Celtic' by Joe Sullivan; The memory, legacy and significance of Brother Walfrid by Dr Joseph M. Bradley; Cesar hails Brother Walfrid's achievements and Celtic's thriving Irish connection by Joe Sullivan; 'If you know the history.' The role of Brother Walfrid and his influence on Tommy Burns by Paul Cuddihy; The Brother Walfrid Memorial. 'Views' from the Celtic Dressing Room!; Brother Walfrid - 'The Father of the Celtic.' - by David W. Potter; Broken down walls give solid link to Walfrid by John Bromley; Walfrid! The Early Years by Tony Roper; The Marist Brothers in Glasgow - French, Scottish and Irish Connections by Richard Purden; Brother Walfrid and his Celtic Football Dream by Brother Hilary Costelloe - Marist Order; 'We're on the long road, is it the wrong road?' by Tommy Dornan; A Celtic legend honours the memory of Walfrid by Paul Cuddihy; Brother Walfrid - how we could learn from him today! by Brian J. Dempsey; The Brother Walfrid Memorial - "A learning symbol for young people." by Martin McKinnon; The Brother Walfrid Sculpture - creating a dream by Kate Robinson; The Brother Walfrid Memorial Bowl by Brian Sharp
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