2 edition of Catholicism in Ulster, 1603-1983 found in the catalog.
Catholicism in Ulster, 1603-1983
Oliver P. Rafferty
Includes index and bibliography.
|Statement||[by] Oliver P. Rafferty.|
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|Pagination||xiv, 306p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
The back cover of The Contested Identities of Ulster Catholics says “the book will appeal to students and scholars across the fields of Politics, Cultural Studies, Sociology, Irish Studies and. It is an irony that Ulster was the last part of Ireland to be defeated and now remains the last part of Ireland in the United Kingdom (there are good reasons why this happened, Ulster was set up.
This book investigates the often-fragmented nature of Ulster Nationalist / Republican / Roman Catholic politics, culture and identity. It offers a companion publication to The Contested Identities of Ulster Protestants ().Historically the Catholic community of Ulster are regarded as a unified and coherent group, sharing cultural and political aspirations. Ray Ryan looks at Ulster's history in Marianne Elliott's new book The Catholics of Ulster Published on Fri 24 Nov EST The Catholics of Ulster Marianne Elliott pp, Penguin/Allen Lane Author: Guardian Staff.
The hostility to Northerners believed to be on the harder end of the spectrum could even, on occasion, achieve the near impossible, making Northern Catholics wonder if they might have more in common with Northern Protestants than with Southerners. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Boxid_2 CH Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City New York, NYPages:
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From the final defeat of the Ulster 1603-1983 book at the hands of the British to the remarkable success of Sinn Fein - the political wing of the Irish Republican Army - in the Westminster elections Catholicism in Ulster, An Interpretative History: Oliver P.
Rafferty: : BooksCited by: Catholicism in Ulster, An Historical Introduction Paperback – Septem by Oliver P. Rafferty (Author)5/5(1). From the final defeat of the Ulster chieftains at the hands of the British to the remarkable success of Sinn Fein - the political wing of the Irish Republican Army - in the Westminster.
Catholicism's impact in Northern Ireland From the final defeat of the Ulster chieftains at the hands of the British to the remarkable success of the Irish Republican Army's political wing in the Westminster elections, Catholicism in Ulster, – tells the story of the Roman Catholic community in northeast Ulster.
Catholicism in Ulster, an interpretative history. [Oliver Rafferty] -- Presents the story of Ulster Catholicism in its religious, social and political aspects over the last years. It introduces the reader to some of the historical complexities of the Ulster. Abstract: From the final defeat of the Ulster chieftains at the hands of the British to the remarkable success of Sinn Fein - the political wing of the Irish Republican Army - in the Westminster elections, Catholicism in Ulster, tells the story of the Roman Catholic community in the Irish province of northeast Ulster.
Catholicism in Ulster, by Oliver P. Rafferty (review)Author: Patrick J. Corish. From the final defeat of the Ulster chieftains at the hands of the British to the remarkable success of Sinn Fein - the political wing of the Irish Republican Army - in the Westminster elections, Catholicism in Ulster, tells the story of the Roman Catholic community in 5/5(1).
Catholicism in Ulster - An Interpretative History. by Rafferty, Oliver and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at For background reading on Catholics and Catholicism in Ulster during the Plantation period see Marianne Elliott, The Catholics of Ulster (London, ); Oliver P.
Rafferty, Catholicism in Ulster – An Interpretative History (London, ); and Brian Mac Cuarta, Catholic Revival in the North of Ireland, (Dublin, ). We are an educational non-profit organisation formed in Ulster Historical Foundation Bradley Thallon House, Unit 44D, Kiltonga Estate, Belfast Road, Newtownards, BT23 4TJ.
T: (0)28 E: [email protected] (0)28 E: [email protected] In The Catholics of Ulster Elliot goes back to basics. Justifications for her book's claims are sought from Gaelic manuscripts, which show the early distinctiveness of Ulster and the province's rivaly and interconnections with other Gaelic kingdoms in the British Isles (with the rest of Ireland to the south, Scotland to the north and the Isle /5(6).
Catholicism in Ulster; By Oliver P. Rafferty. (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. xiv, $). As far as this forceful book is concerned, recognition of the distinctiveness of Ulster Catholics, and even the difference between Catholics living Author: Anne Mchardy.
Since poor Ulster had been decimated by more than 50 years of war at the time of the Plantations there were not many Irish. AND, contrary to popular belief, they were not "run off". If you doubt me, read Elliott The Catholics of Ulster--or any number of history books. True, the government WANTED to run them off and pursue a "Cherokee" type.
: The Catholics Of Ulster A History () by Elliott, Marianne and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(29). Ulster (/ ˈ ʌ l s t ər /; Irish: Ulaidh or Cúige Uladh [ˌkuːɟə ˈʊlˠə]; Ulster Scots: Ulstèr or Ulster) is one of the four traditional Irish provinces, located in the north of is made up of nine counties: six of these constitute Northern Ireland (a part of the United Kingdom); the remaining three are in the Republic of Ireland.
It is the second largest (after Munster Government MEPs: 2 Sinn Féin MEPs, 2 Fine Gael. Ulster Catholics Published in Issue 3 (Autumn ), Letters, Letters, Volume 6. Sir,—I was very interested to read in the last issue of History Ireland of Marianne Elliott’s intention to write a book on the history of Ulster’s Catholics.
Debate on this relatively neglected subject is set to be invigorated by one of the finest minds in. Catholicism in Ulster An Interpretative History, Oliver P. Rafferty (Gill and Macmillan, £) Catholicism in a Protestant Kingdom: A Study of the Irish Ancien Régime, C.D.A.
Leighton (Gill and Macmillan, £) Religious history comes in many forms. 6 Mary Harris, The Catholic Church and the Foundation of the Northern Irish State (Cork, ); Eamon Phoenix, Northern Nationalism: Nationalist Politics, Partition and the Catholic Minority in Northern Ireland – (Belfast, ); Oliver Rafferty, Catholicism in Ulster, – (Dublin, ); Eamon Phoenix (ed.), A Century of Author: Neil Fleming.
Few European communities are more soaked in their bloody history than the Catholics of Ulster, but the Catholic and Protestant communities' faulty understanding of their past has had ruinous effects on the lives of its inhabitants.
Marianne Elliott has written a coherent, credible, and absorbing history of the Ulster Catholics/5.The Ulster Unionists have fewer Catholic members than the DUP, a new book on the party reveals.
J ust % of the UUP is Catholic, even lower than the DUP's %, according to The Ulster Unionist. Catholicism in UlsterOliver P Rafferty SJ. Gill and Macmillan, 7. Glad did I live, William Corkey, The Belfast News- Letter Ltd, Belfast, 8.
The Ne Temere Decree, JF Gregg. APCK, Dublin, 9. On this day, E Phoenix. The Irish News, J The Fethard-on-Sea Boycott, T Fanning. The Collins Press,