Irish Catholic identities / edited by Oliver P. RaffertyPublished by : Manchester University Press (Manchester) Physical details: x, 386 p. ; 23 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction - Oliver P. Rafferty Part I: The Celts, Catholicism and the middle ages 1. Gaelic and Catholic in the early middle ages - Bernhard Maier 2. Island of saints and scholars: myth or reality? - Donnchadh ï¿½ Corrï¿½in 3. The devotional landscape of medieval Irish cultural Catholicism inter hibernicos et inter anglicos, c.1200-c.1550 - Salvador Ryan Part II: Early modern struggles 4. Irish political Catholicism from the 1530s to 1660 - David Finnegan 5. The 'absenting of the bishop of Armagh': Eucharistic controversy and the English origins of Irish Catholic identity, 1550-51 - James Murray 6. Henry Fitzsimon, the Irish Jesuits and Catholic identity in the early modern period - Brian Jackson 7. Gaelic Catholicism and the Ulster plantation - Raymond Gillespie Part III: Identity formation in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries 8. Irish-language sources for Irish Catholic identity since the early modern period: a brief survey -ï¿½amonn ï¿½ Ciardha 9. The penal laws against Irish Catholics: were they too good for them? - Thomas Bartlett Part IV: Culture, women and the American diaspora 10. Irish Catholic culture in the nineteenth century: a study in perjury - Owen Dudley Edwards 11. The voices of Catholic women in Ireland, 1800-1921 - Caitriona Clear 12. Irish diaspora Catholicism in North America - David Doyle Part V: English Catholics and Irish identity 13. Brethren in Christ: Frederick Lucas and social Catholicism in Ireland - Patrick Maume 14. The 'greening' of Cardinal Manning - Fergal Casey Part VI: Faith, wealth and Catholic Unionism 15. Power, wealth and Catholic identity in Ireland, 1850-1900 - Ciaran O'Neill 16. The Esmonde family of Co. Wexford and Catholic loyalty - Richard Keogh and James McConnel 17. Catholic Unionism: a case study: Sir Denis Stanislaus Henry (1864-1925) - ï¿½amon Phoenix Part VII: Contemporary expressions of Catholic and Irish identity 18. Identity and political fragmentation in independent Ireland, 1923-83 - Louise Fuller 19. Secular prayers: Catholic imagination, modern Irish writing and the case of John McGahern - Frank Shovlin 20. Catholic-Christian identity and modern Irish poetry - Bernard O'Donoghue 21. Northern Catholics and the early years of the Troubles - Oliver P. Rafferty 22. Irish identity and the future of Catholicism - Niall Coll Index.