The memoirs of a Fermanagh-born priest living in the United States who campaigns for justice in Northern Ireland have been reprinted with extra information and photos.

Fr. Sean McManus was the founder of lobby group the Irish National Caucus in the 1970s, which is based at the heart of the American administration and presses it to take notice of what is happening in the North.

First published more than a decade ago, Fr. McManus’ book, ‘My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland’, has now been updated for the third time.

It adds 125 pages, and 41 additional photos to the book, and reveals further information about how some Irish-Americans were used by London and Dublin governments.

The book is available priced $34 at, or via Amazon.