Dancing Priest

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Dancing Priest

Author: Aidan O’Connor

Publication Date: July 2010

ISBN: 978-1-907535-07-9

Category: Biography

Type: Paperback

Price: €12.99





The first biography of Father Neil Horan will reveal the man behind the scandals: an in-depth account of his life, from humble childhood to world-famous publicity-stunt man, including Neil Horan’s own religious beliefs

Over the past twenty years, Kerry-born priest, Neil Horan, has become famous for all the wrong reasons. Dressed in a kilt and wearing green underpants, Horan has used his Irish peace jig to promote his interpretation of the Bible and his belief that the end of the world is nigh. From a near-fatal attempt to disrupt the British Grand Prix at Silverstone to his infamous rugby tackle on a Brazilian athlete at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Horan has successfully won the attention of world media, police authorities, the Vatican and two successive Popes. But who lies behind these outrageous publicity stunts? What beliefs could push an intelligent articulate priest to a point where he is sacked by the Vatican, remanded in prison, under observation by international police authorities and facing a legal showdown with Pope Benedict in the European Court of Human Rights? The first biography of Father Neil Horan, Dancing Priest will reveal the man behind the scandals. Through an in-depth account of his life – from humble childhood to world-famous publicity stunt-man – this book tells the extraordinary story of what makes Neil Horan tick.

Book due in July.





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