Chapters: Slane, Maria Duce, History of Roman Catholicism in Ireland, Laudabiliter, Henry Ii of England, Oliver Plunkett, Giovanni Battista Rinuccini, Thomas Croke, Catholic University of Ireland, Michael Logue, Cavan Orphanage Fire, Peter Talbot, Chronicle of Ireland, Nicholas French, Peter Valesius Walsh, Fethard-On-Sea Boycott, Terence Albert O'brien, Robert Wauchope, Moving Statues, Irish Penal Rosary, Mary Norris, Edel Quinn, Erenagh, Synod of Cashel, Mass Rock, M el Patraic Ua Scannail, Saint Dichu, School of Mayo. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 146. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The introduction of Christianity to Ireland dates to sometime before the 5th century, presumably in interactions with Roman Britain. Christian worship had reached pagan Ireland around 400 AD. For some unknown reason, the conversion from pagan worship to Christian worship was bloodless in Ireland, as was not the case in the rest of Europe at the time. It is often misstated that St. Patrick brought the faith to Ireland, as it was already present on the island long before Patrick arrived. Monasteries were built for monks who wanted permanent communion with God. The lengths they went to for tranquility are evident from the monastarie of Skellig Michael. Celtic Christianity broadly refers to the Early Medieval Christian practice that developed in Britain and Ireland before and during the post-Roman period, when Germanic invasions sharply reduced contact between the broadly Celtic populations of Britons and Irish with Christians on the Continent until their subsequent conversion in the 5th and 6th centuries. Then through the works of Columba and Aidan it was spread to others on Great Britain, such as the Picts and Northumbrians respectively. Celtic Christianity may be distinguished by its organisati...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2132867
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