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Church, state, and nation in Ireland, 1898-1921

by Miller, David W.

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Published by University of Pittsburgh Press in [Pittsburgh] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Ireland,
    • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1901-1910,
    • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1910-1921

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [561]-567.

      Statement[by] David W. Miller.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1505 .M54 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 579 p.
      Number of Pages579
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5311167M
      ISBN 100822911086
      LC Control Number72095453

      A book of essays by Bishop John Healy on various aspects of Irish history. These include a biographical account of Grania Uaile (Grace O'Malley) the colourful 16th century character often referred to as the Irish pirate queen. Also in the book is a fascinating piece on the theory of Round Towers in Ireland that discusses their origin and uses. Get Books This book investigates the response of the Catholic Church in Northern Ireland to the conflict in the region during the late Twentieth Century. It does so through the prism of the writings of Cardinal Cahal Daly (), the only member of the hierarchy to serve as a .

      Presenting case studies from sixteen countries on five continents, The Catholic Church and the Nation-State paints a rich portrait of a complex and paradoxical institution whose political role has varied historically and geographically. In this integrated and synthetic collection of essays, outstanding scholars from the United States and abroad examine religious, diplomatic, and political. The authors turn next to the assessment of how differences in religiosity affect economic growth. For given religious beliefs, increases in church attendance tend to reduce economic growth. In contrast, for given church attendance, increases in some religious beliefs -- notably heaven, hell, and an afterlife -- tend to increase economic growth.

      BOOK I. CHAPTER I. OF THE SITUATION OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND, AND OF THEIR ANCIENT INHABITANTS. BRITAIN, an island in the ocean, formerly called Albion, is situated between the north and west, facing, though at a considerable distance, the coasts of Germany, France, and Spain, which form the greatest part of Europe. This book is illustrated, or as it is printed in the book “Deorated By John Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E.” Published: Garden City New York Doubleday, Doran & Company, INC. This book is red withgold embossing on the spine and a gold circle with a elephant and swastika on the cover.


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