The Voice of the Irish: The Story of Christian Ireland (2020)

The Voice of the Irish The Story of Christian Ireland From early Celtic culture to St Patrick from everyday monks to the people now engaged in the Peace Process this sweeping history of Irish faith offers a balanced account of the religious social an
  • Title: The Voice of the Irish: The Story of Christian Ireland
  • Author: Michael Staunton
  • ISBN: 9781587680229
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Voice of the Irish: The Story of Christian Ireland
    From early Celtic culture to St Patrick, from everyday monks to the people now engaged in the Peace Process, this sweeping history of Irish faith offers a balanced account of the religious, social, and political life of the Irish people This is the first general history of Ireland to focus on the history of its faith for over 2,000 years The Voice of the Irish brings toFrom early Celtic culture to St Patrick, from everyday monks to the people now engaged in the Peace Process, this sweeping history of Irish faith offers a balanced account of the religious, social, and political life of the Irish people This is the first general history of Ireland to focus on the history of its faith for over 2,000 years The Voice of the Irish brings to life the people whose faith changed Ireland s history, including Saint Brigid, and Jonathan Swift, Daniel O Connell and Eamonn de Valera.
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    1. For many, to invoke the word Irish is to conjure up the image of Catholicism How did this happend importantly, is it true today The Voice of the Irish gives a very brief overview of the history of Christianity in Ireland Starting with the pre Christians and projecting into the future, we get a good glimpse into the varied history of this island and the religious orders that have shaped its history.Michael Staunton s writing style is simplistic and clear Even people who do no like history may fi [...]

    2. Well that only took me a year and a half to read.Oops A wonderful history of Ireland, spanning recorded history.There was little to no apparent bias on the historians side, and it all was presented in a very easy to read style.I ll definitely be keeping this on hand for college history classes.

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