William J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, 1841-1921: no uncertain voice
This book re-evaluates the career of the man described shortly after his death as 'the greatest archbishop of Dublin since St Laurence O'Toole'. His greatest impact was in education but he also made a significant contribution in the political and social spheres, managing through years of tumult to keep the Catholic Church in touch with the aspirations of the majority population both on national and social issues.
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From birth to ordination 184166
From professor to college president 186780
Leading episcopal voice on Land and Home Rule 18857
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against appointed April arbitration archbishop of Dublin Archbishop Walsh Arthur Griffith Augustine Birrell Belfast Bishop Butler bishop of Southwark Blackrock College canon law Cardinal Cardinal Logue Carlow College Christopher Palles church clergy Clonliffe coadjutor bishop conscription Cork Count Plunkett Croke Curran Dail Eireann Daniel Mannix Davitt December declared Delany diary Dillon diocese Donnelly Dr Walsh Drumcondra Dublin Castle Dublin University Dunboyne ecclesiastical ecclesiastical province Edward Carson England Eoin MacNeill episcopal February Freeman Freeman's Journal Gaelic League Galway Gerald Molloy Gladstone Grace Green College Healy Holy Home Rule Idem informed Ireland Irish bishops Irish Catholic Irish College Irish Independent Irish Land Act Irish language Irish National Irish parliamentary party Irish party Irish Republic Irish Republican Brotherhood Irish Volunteers James Connolly Jesuit John Dillon John Healy John Redmond July June Kirby labour Laity land landlords Larkin later letter Limerick Lloyd George Lord French lord mayor MacDonnell March Maynooth Maynooth College meeting members of parliament Michael Collins Michael Curran Michael Davitt Michael O'Riordan Monsignor Morrissey Murphy National National League nationalist nationalist Ireland Nicholas Donnelly November O'Connell Street O'Dwyer October organisation P.J. Walsh Pall Mall Gazette Parnell Parnellite Persico political pope prelates priests Protestant Queen's Colleges question Redmond reply Richard Mulcahy Rome Royal University secretary senate Shane Leslie Sinn Fein St Patrick's College Stephen's Green T.M. Healy tenants Terence MacSwiney Thomas O'Dwyer Tim Healy tion trade union Trinity College Tuam University College University College Dublin University of Dublin Volunteers W.B. Yeats Walsh Papers William William Martin Murphy William O'Brien William Walsh Willie Redmond wrote