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Holy Ireland

Introduction: The Irish Holy Woman and her Modern Inquisitors

The Holy Sanctity of Poverty: Welfare, Charity and the Sacred Irish Poor

BOCKMUEHL, Markus Nikolaus Andreas (born 1961), Dean Ireland’s Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture, University of Oxford, since 2014; Fellow, Keble College, Oxford, since 2007

CAIRD, George Bradford (1917 - 1984), Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture, Oxford, since 1977; Fellow, Queen’s College, Oxford, since 1977

LAWLER, Peter (James) (born 1921), retired 1987; Australian Ambassador to Ireland and the Holy See, 1983–86

HALVERSON, Robert George (born 1937), Ambassador for Australia to Ireland and the Holy See, 1999–2003

BURKE, Brian Thomas (born 1947), Australian Ambassador to Republic of Ireland and to the Holy See, 1988–91

Irish Pilgrimage — Holy Wells and Popular Catholic Devotion, Michael P. Carroll. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999, 226pp. $38.00

MARA, Solo Naivakarurubalavu (born 1967), High Commissioner of Fiji in the United Kingdom, also accredited to Republic of Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Egypt, Israel and the Holy See, since 2012

ESMONDE, Thomas Henry Grattan (1862 - 1935), a Chamberlain of the Vatican Household, 1898; Grand Officer of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and Representative of the Order for Ireland

Irish Pilgrimage: Holy Wells and Popular Catholic Devotion. By Michael P. Carroll (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. pp. ix plus 226. $38.00)

ROWLAND, Christopher Charles (born 1947), Dean Ireland’s Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture, University of Oxford, 1991–2014, now Emeritus; Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford, 1991–2014

TURNER, Cuthbert Hamilton (1860 - 1930), Corresponding Member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, 1928; Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1889; Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture, 1920; Grinfield Lecturer on the Septuagint, 1925–27

KILPATRICK, George Dunbar (1910 - 1989), Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture, Oxford, 1949–77; Fellow of the Queen’s College, Oxford, 1949–77; Fellow of University College, London, since 1967

TIKOISUVA, Pio Bosco (born 1947), High Commissioner of Fiji in the United Kingdom, also accredited to the Republic of Ireland, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Egypt and the Holy See, 2008–11; Director, Catholic Education, Archdiocese of Suva, since 2014

LIGHTFOOT, Robert Henry (1883 - 1953), Ireland Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture, Oxford University, 1934–49, Professor Emeritus since 1949; Fellow, New Coll., Oxford, 1921–50; Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, 1950

CARMODY, William P. (died 1938), Dean of Down and Rector of Holy Trinity, Down, since 1923; Prebendary of Castleknock and Canon of St Patrick’s, Dublin, 1928; Member of Advisory Council on Education (Northern Ireland), 1927; Member of the Royal Irish Academy, 1927; Vice-President and Member of Council, Royal Irish Academy, 1932; Chairman of Ancient Monuments Advisory Council (Northern Ireland), 1927; President of Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society, 1929–30

 

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(1935), a novel by Norah Hoult. Set in turn-of-the-century Dublin, it tells the story of an intelligent and spirited girl, Margaret, driven to marry an English Protestant turned Irish theosophist by the bullying pietism of her father.

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