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Irish Franciscans, 1651-1665

Benignus Millett

Irish Franciscans, 1651-1665

by Benignus Millett

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Published by Gregorian University Press in Roma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Franciscans -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p.[xi]-xviii) and index.

    StatementBenignus Millett.
    SeriesAnalecta Gregoriana -- vol. 129. -- Series Facultatis Historiae Ecclesiasticae. Sectio B -- n. 22, Analecta Gregoriana -- v. 129., Analecta Gregoriana -- n. 22.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiv, 577 p. ;
    Number of Pages577
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18084829M

    Events. January 6 – a law declares any Roman Catholic priest in Ireland to be guilty of treason.; April 27 – the last Irish forces (the remnants of the Confederate's Ulster Army, led by Philip O'Reilly) formally surrender at Cloughoughter in County Cavan to the Cromwellian army ending the Confederate Wars; September 26 – an act provides for transplanting all native Irish people into Centuries: 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th. Roscrea Friary is a medieval Franciscan friary and National Monument located in Roscrea, Ireland. It is on Abbey Street, in the west end of Roscrea, on the north bank of the River Friary was founded in the 15th century by Greyfriars (Franciscans) and later destroyed by British on: Abbey Street, Roscrea, County Tipperary.

    The Simplest Prayer book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In today's world, we can often feel at sea, unsure of where to t /5. CARON, REDMOND Irish Franciscan theologian, the first to publish a systematic course on missiology; b. near Athlone, West-meath, Ireland, c. ; d. Dublin, May He studied for the priesthood in Drogheda, Salzburg, and Louvain and then taught philosophy and theology in St. Anthony's College, Louvain. His mission () as canonical visitor of the Irish Franciscan province was disastrous.

    Clane (believed to derive from Claon-áth, "crooked ford") is an early Gaelic was traditionally founded by Saint Ailbe of Emly c. AD (or later in AD ), and had Secundinus (Sechnall, Seachnall) as its second abbot. It took part in the missionary work of the 6th and 7th centuries. Clane was sacked and plundered by Vikings in It continued until after the Synod of Location: Abbeyland, Clane, County Kildare. Auction of Irish Interest Books to include books from the Library of the Late Professor Ronan Fanning, Professor Emeritus of Modern Irish History at UCD The Irish Franciscans by Benignus Millett & Measgra I gCuimhne Mhichil Ui Chleirigh. Misceleany in honour of Michael O’Clery 2 books. Hammer: €


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The Irish Franciscans By Benignus Millet, O.F.M. Gregorian University Press, Rome, Pp. $ ON the eve of the Reformation the Franciscan First Order foundations in Ireland numbered almost sixty.

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Born in Ireland, educated in the Iberian Peninsula, Wadding arrived in Rome inwhere he would die in Book Edition: 1st Edition. marked the th anniversary of the foundation of the Franciscan Order.

This volume examines all aspects of the Irish Franciscans and their impact in Ireland and on the Continent. It includes chronological accounts of their history from to and thematic studies on their legacy in historical writings, hagiography, catechism.

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