The Early Irish Church: The City of God in Early Ireland
Speaker(s): Charles Doherty Date: March 13th, 2008 Location: Scanlan Rm, Jerabeck Length: 60 mins Description: The study of the church in early Ireland has engendered much debate. It is popularly viewed as being predominantly monastic. Of course this is true, but the role of the bishop has been reassessed in recent years and the debate has entered a new phase. It is still commonly said that there were no towns in early Ireland apart from those established by the Norse. This lecture will address the current debate about the nature of the early Irish church. It will examine the monasteries as settlements a
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