Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae: The Province of Leinster

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Hodges and Smith, 1848 - Clergy
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Page 51 - Thou shalt rise up before the hoary head, and honour the face of the old man, and fear thy God: I am the LORD.
Page 51 - O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? Thanks be to God, who giveth us the victory, through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Page 291 - Waterford ; and from thence went by land to Dublin. On the twenty-fifth of March following, he was consecrated at Dublin by the archbishop of Dublin, assisted by the bishops of Kildare and Down ; and at the same time Hugh Goodacre, a particular friend of our Author, was consecrated archbishop of Armagh. He underwent a variety of persecutions from the popish party in Ireland, while he used his utmost endeavours, in preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in its purity, to correct the leud...
Page 34 - Remarks on Transportation, and on a Recent Defence of the System in a Second Letter to Earl Grey.
Page 280 - Irish types into their country, and obtained an order that the prayers of the church should be printed in that character and language, and a church set apart in the chief town of every diocese, where they were to be read and a sermon preached to the common people...
Page 128 - DISCOURSES on the PROPHECIES relating to ANTICHRIST in the APOCALYPSE of ST. JOHN. Preached before the University of Dublin, at the Donnellan Lecture.
Page 35 - Essays on some of the Dangers to Christian Faith which may arise from the Teaching or the Conduct of its Professors.
Page 94 - Nor was this remarkable man less distinguished in an ecclesiastical than a civil capacity; he was of high reputation for virtue and learning, dear to all ranks of people for his affability and sweetness of temper...
Page 32 - Whately's admirable discourse, entitled " The Search after Infallibility, considered in reference to the Danger of Religious Errors arising within the Church, in the primitive as well as in all later Ages.
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