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Letters of an Irish Catholic layman
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These essays are the product of a lifetime’s experience as an Irish Catholic, first as a layman, later as a priest and theologian. Writing this book gave me the opportunity to test my reflections on the ‘traditional Irish Catholic heritage’ that formed the basis of my faith against the findings of those historians and thinkers. with a preliminary address to the Right Reverend James Kemp, D.D., &c. &c. By a Catholic layman. Fourth edition, improved. | Signature: John Costigan, New York.
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The Catholic Layman is a short, nineteenth century publication which concerns itself primarily with Irish religion, education, and politics.
It aims to reverse unenlightened prejudices which have resulted from the lack of intellectual improvement of the people of Ireland.
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IRISH LITERATURE.—It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may have been through direct commerce with Gaul, but it is more probable, as MacNeill has shown in his study of Irish oghams, that it was from the Romanized Britons that they first learned the art of writing.
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It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may have been through direct commerce with Gaul, but it is more probable, as McNeill has shown in his study of Irish oghams, that it was from the Romanized.
It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may have been through direct commerce with Gaul, but it is more probable, as McNeill has shown in his study of Irish oghams, that it was from the Romanized Britons that they first learned the art of writing.
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Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Essays of a Catholic This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.
This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Irish Catholic Directory by Veritas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at There are, however, some instances where letters outside the normal 18 letter alphabet are used.
An example of this would be the Irish word for "zoo" which is "zú" even though the Irish alphabet lacks a letter Z. "Sú" means juice so it would not be possible to translate "zoo" with the letter S.Irish and Gallican characteristics are much in evidence, in spite of the book coming from Winchester.
This is still more the case with Hari. MS.a fragmentary “book of private devotions written by an Irish lady probably a nun”, and with MS. Reg. 2, A. XX., compiled probably at Lindisfarne in the eighth century.