In this week's Irish World:
NEWS – IRISH TO HONOUR WORLD WAR ONE CENTENARY Ireland will play a full role in David Cameron's planned centenary commemoration of World War One in 2014 – the Vatican prepares a successor for embattled All-Ireland Primate Cardinal Sean Brady – the Federation of Irish Societies AGM in Leeds hears about the challenges facing young and old Irish communities – Daithi O Se on how the All-Ireland Ladies' Football Final is the ideal end of season treat – Olympic Council of Ireland's Pat Hickey accused of looking silly for suggesting he would be allowed carry Ireland's flag at the next Olympics – Irish police officers from around the world descend on Cricklewood and Kilburn a the Emerald Societies arrive…and the Kerryman who last week hosted his own wake.
SPORT – Tir Chonaill are top dogs again, Heston Get Their Revenge over St. Brendan's – St Peters Crowned Kings of Lancashire – Cu Chulainns see off brave Harps challenge – St. Kiernans clinch minor title – Ruislip Redeveopment Moves a Step Closer – Kilkenny Cats to head up new British championship – WILL TRAPATTONI BE SHOWN THE DOOR? – Wake Up Call perfectly times for Leinster – Fahey Guns for Euro Glory
FEATURES – Sonya Macari, of The Artist and The Tudors, the X Factor's Matt Cardle, Green Day's American Idiot ON STAGE, Lisa McHugh, Irish films at the London Film Festival and the London Irish Comedy Festival