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Lives of the Irish Martyrs and confessors
Myles William Patrick O"Reilly
Includes bibliographical references.
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In Dr. Moran, then Vice-Rector of the Irish College, Rome, and subsequently in succession Bishop of Ossory and Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney, reopened the question by his life of Oliver Plunket, the first of a series of important historical publications, in which he covered the whole period of Irish persecutions from Henry VIII to Charles II. Lives of the Irish martyrs and confessors / (New York: J. Sheehy, ), by Myles William Patrick O'Reilly, Henry Parnell, and Richard Brennan (page images at HathiTrust) Bartholomew Legate: the last Smithfield martyr / (London: Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey, ), by Florence Gregg (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Etymology. The word confessor is derived from the Latin confiteri, to confess, to the early church fathers, it was a title of honor, designating those individuals who had confessed Christ publicly in time of persecution and had been punished with imprisonment, torture, exile, or labour in the mines, remaining faithful until the end of their lives. Lives of the Irish Martyrs and Confessors (M. O’Reilly) – pdf, epub, kindle format. Memorials of Those Who Suffered for the Catholic Faith in Ireland (M. O’Reilly) – pdf. Apologia Pro Vita Sua (Bl. John Henry Newman) – pdf, text, audio. A Life of Cardinal Newman (Fr. T. C. McGoldrick) – pdf, text, kindle format.
The title page says "compiled by Vladimir Moss", and that little word "compiled" explains a lot about this book. Much material in the lives of some of these martyrs and confessors is copied verbatim (or excerpted, or condensed) from other sources, such as Russia's Catacomb Saints. This gives the book a somewhat patchwork quality.4/5(1). Book; My account; 0. Lives of the Irish Martyrs and confessors $ O’Reilly, Myles Cornell University Library English. Lives of the Irish Martyrs and confessors quantity. Add to cart. SKU: 37d Category: Books > Cornell University Library Tag: Martyrs.
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Irish Catholic Martyrs (Irish: Mairtírigh Chaitliceacha na hÉireann) were dozens of people who have been sanctified in varying degrees for dying for their Roman Catholic faith between and in Ireland. The canonisation of Oliver Plunkett in brought an awareness of the other men and women who died for the Catholic faith in the 16th and 17th ied: 27 Septemberby Pope John Paul II.
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Rate it. Irish Confessors and martyrs.-The period covered by this article embraces that between the years and (approximately) Religious persecution in Ireland began under Henry VIII, when the local Parliament adopted acts establishing the king’s ecclesiastical supremacy, abolishing the pope’s jurisdiction, and suppressing religious houses.
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Rate it * You Rated it *. Irish Confessors and Martyrs. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. The period covered by this article embraces that between the years and (approximately) Religious persecution in Ireland began under Henry VIII, when the local Parliament adopted acts establishing the king's ecclesiastical supremacy, abolishing the pope's jurisdiction, and suppressing religious houses.
Lives of Irish Martyrs and Confessors. cute, and soon afterward, touched with re-pentance, he petitioned the primate to pardon him hisguilt and readmit him to the bosom of the holy good prelate, moved by his prayers, and still more bythe tears which testified his horror for the course of crimehe had pursued, absolved him, in the name of the HolySee, from the censures he had.
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If these men can make such heroic sacrifices for God, then why can’t I, he wondered.The Roman Catholic martyrs of the English Reformation are men and women executed under treason legislation in the English Reformation, between andand recognised as martyrs by the Roman Catholic consequences of the English Reformation were felt in Ireland and Scotland as well, this article only covers those who died in the Kingdom of England.