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Dublin and Belfast

So we conclude our tour of Dublin by visiting Christ Church Cathedral, an Anglo-Normand building built in 1028 or 988 years old.

Christ Church is officially claimed as the seat (cathedra) of both the Church of Ireland and Roman Catholic archbishops of Dublin. 673 more words

Lessons from cross-border religion in the Irish web sphere

I’m delighted to announce that I have a chapter accepted (subject to peer review) in a forthcoming book of essays on national web domains, The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: the Case of National Web domains… 383 more words

Web Archiving

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St.John the Baptist graveyard.

Stopped off in Nobber village for a meal and discovered this old graveyard with graves dated back to 1690. A village that I will return to and look at its history more.

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James Boyd encourages Christian character commitment and community caring:

I was struck when I misspelled the word ‘definitely’ the other day and the auto-correct tried to get me to use ‘defiantly!’ 667 more words


The BCP and the Huguenots in Ireland

As a parting gift to the Graham Library’s Wycliffe Rare Books Collection, former Principal of Wycliffe College (now Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas) George Sumner donated a French translation of the Book of Common Prayer published in Dublin in 1704. 418 more words

Graham Library Collections

The Henry Library

Tuam became an important centre from about the twelfth century onwards, when Toirdelbach Ua Conchobair unusually for a Connacht man secured the high-kingship of Ireland.  He more than anyone made Tuam a centre of the O’Connor dynasty and in the mid-twelfth century work began on St. 2,591 more words