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God"s work in the revival in the north of Ireland, and specially at Killileagh ... vindicated

Andrew Breakey

God"s work in the revival in the north of Ireland, and specially at Killileagh ... vindicated

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by Andrew Breakey

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Published by M"Cormick & Dunlop in Belfast .
Written in English


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Statementby Rev. Edward Hincks.
ContributionsHincks, Edward, 1792-1866.
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p.
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20154436M

In Dublin, Ireland, almost a million people joined in the St. Patrick’s festival last year, a multi-day celebration of concerts, outdoor theater productions, and of course, parades. An unsurpassed view of the parade (above) comes from Kelly and Kate Mulholland's third-floor apartment, overlooking Main Street in Ireland’s capital. What little is known about pre-Christian religion in Ireland comes from Greco-Roman sources and later Christian texts. When St. Patrick and other missionaries began to spread Christianity in Ireland, they discovered that many Christian traditions could be overlaid .


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