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Author:
Marvin O'Connell
ISBN13:
978-0873512305
ISBN:
0873512308
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Publisher:
Minnesota Historical Society Press; First Edition edition (September 15, 1988)
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Americas
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O'Connell presents an excellent biography of the first archbishop of St. Paul, Minnesota, who rose from poverty to become an. .In John Ireland we have been given not only substantial scholarship, but luminous and engaging prose.

O'Connell presents an excellent biography of the first archbishop of St. Paul, Minnesota, who rose from poverty to become an internationally known clerical figure and friend of presidents. He argues that although Ireland (1838-1918) is best remembered for his building projects and as author of The Church in Modern Society, his major influence came from his personal support of the causes of his daysupport that earned him the nickname "Consecrated Blizzard.

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the Orthodox Church in America. Minnesota Historical Society Press. Marvin R. O'Connell, author of a biography on Ireland, summarizes the situation by stating that "if Ireland's advocacy of the blacks displayed him at his best, his belligerence toward the Uniates showed him at his bull-headed worst. Cathedral of Saint Paul, of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.

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By Marvin R. O'connell. Recommend this journal. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1988. James T. Connelly (a1). By O'connellMarvin . December 1989 · The Journal of American History. AIDS, Gays, and the American Catholic Church. Cleveland: Pilgrim, 1994 September 1995 · Horizons. Volume 59 Issue 2 - James T. Connelly.

The history of the Catholic Church in America, however, has much deeper and less triumphant roots. Most American Catholics are aware that the spirit of New England's North American settlements was hostile to Catholicism. But few are aware of the vigor and persistence with which that spirit was cultivated throughout the entire colonial period. Therefore, in 1692 Maryland's famous Religious Toleration Act officially ended, and the Maryland Assembly established the so-called Church of England as the official State religion supported by tax levies. Restrictions were imposed on Catholics for public worship, and priests could be prosecuted for saying Mass.

"O'Connell presents an excellent biography of the first archbishop of St. Paul, Minnesota, who rose from poverty to become an internationally known clerical figure and friend of presidents. . . . Well written and well researched, this biography brings to life an important figure in American religious history. Recommended."—Library Journal