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Catholic Committee

Catholic Committee

Catholic Committee (act. 1782-1792)

Summary of the Report of the Catholic University Committee

Richard Burke to the Catholic Sub-committee, 17 June 1792

The Catholic Sub-committee to Robert Hobart, 31 January 1793

Reply to the Committee of the Bono Club of the Catholic University of Ireland

Memorandum of a meeting of the Catholic Sub-committee, 26 February 1795

Counsel's opinion on case submitted by the Catholic Committee, 13 September 1792

Defence of the sub-committee of the Catholics of Ireland, 2 April 1793

Vote of thanks to Tone by the Catholic Committee, 20 April 1793

12. The Commission for Religious Relations With The Jews and the International Catholic - Jewish Liaison Committee

TAYLOR, Eric Scollick (1918 - 1995), Presiding Bishop, Liberal Catholic Church, 1984–93; Clerk of Committee Records, House of Commons, 1975–83

Circular letter on the election of delegates to the General Committee of the Catholics of Ireland, 26 May 1792

Vindication of the circular letter of the Catholic Sub-committee, p.August and a.December 1792

SHEPHERD, Margaret Ann (born 1944), Member, Religious Congregation (RC) of Our Lady of Sion, and Province Leader of UK/Ireland Province, 2005–08; Secretary, Bishops’ Committee for Catholic Jewish Relations, Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, since 2011; Director, Sion Centre for Dialogue and Encounter, since 2013

TURNER, Bryan Stanley (born 1945), Presidential Professor of Sociology, Graduate Center, City University of New York, since 2010 (Director, Committee on Religion, since 2010); Professor of Sociology of Religion, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, since 2013

 

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The first body established to give formal representation to Catholic interests in the 18th century was a Catholic Association (1756) composed of Dublin business interests and mainly concerned with commercial ...

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