Julian Fellowship Cork

Report on the Julian Fellowship, formed in Cork in February 1991, to offer care, friendship and prayer to Christian lesbians through monthly meetings.

Christian lesbians | Lesbian Spirituality | Christianity

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LHArchiveB38 Interview with Rob

Transcripts of life history interview with ‘Rob’ from Cohort B (Born 1945-1954) of the Life Histories and Social Change collection (see Related Materials); Male, Roman Catholic, married, and a father. Rob grew up in the mid-east of Ireland in a semi-rural environment. When recall

Family | Education | Religion

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LHArchiveB41 Interview with Barney

Transcripts of life history interview with ‘Barney’ from Cohort B (Born 1945-1954) of the Life Histories and Social Change collection (see Related Materials); Male, Roman Catholic, unmarried. Barney is 1 of 11 living children in his family. He grew up in the mid-east of Ireland,

Family | Education | Religion

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LHArchiveB20 Interview with Judith

Transcripts of life history interview with ‘Judith’ from Cohort B (Born 1945-1954) of the Life Histories and Social Change collection (see Related Materials); Female, Roman Catholic, married, stepmother, mother, and grandmother. Judith was born in the Dublin environs and moved to

Teaching | Religion | Parenting

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World Within Walls collection: Audio clip 'Resident Chaplin'

Audio clip from the World Within Walls collection which is archived at the Irish Qualitative Data Archive, and relates to the histories and memories of the St. Davnet’s Campus in Monaghan town (see Related Materials). Religion played a key role in the hospital and staff were hire

Oral history | Qualitative interview clips | Religion

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World Within Walls collection: Audio clip 'Church and the chapel'

Audio clip from the World Within Walls collection which is archived at the Irish Qualitative Data Archive, and relates to the histories and memories of the St. Davnet’s Campus in Monaghan town (see Related Materials). Religion played a key role in the hospital and staff were hire

Oral history | Qualitative interview clips | Religion

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Proclamation regarding Papists licensed to bear arms.

"Proclamations were formal public announcements issued by the chief governor and Privy Council of Ireland. They were used to emphasise and enforce existing laws. In this case, the proclamation refers to the Penal Laws, which discriminated against Catholics and Dissenters in

A Sense of Freedom | History | Dissenters, Religious

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Tithe Applotment Book.

Tithes were a tax on agricultural produce which was payable by the occupiers of agricultural land. They were the main source of income for the parish clergy of the Church of Ireland (the largest Protestant church and the church established by law). In the 1820s, tithes were

A Sense of Place | History | Tithe War, 1829-1838

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Down Survey map.

The Down Survey was carried out under the supervision of William Petty between 1654 and 1659, to facilitate the redistribution of land confiscated under the Cromwellian land settlement. Until the advent of the Ordnance Survey in the early 19th century, it remained the only

A Sense of Place | History | Local history

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Book of Survey and Distribution.

The Books of Survey and Distribution outline in detail the transfer of land, largely from Catholic to Protestant, in the second half of the 17th century. Names of pre-1641 owners appear on the left-hand page, those of subsequent owners on the right. This volume mentions the

A Sense of Place | History | Local history

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The Straight and Narrow.

Painted Wood. 228 x 320 x 137 cm, The title of this work refers to the path of righteousness on which the good Christian must focus in order to win salvation. Mullarney's childhood fears of an unsympathetic, restrictive guardian angel are forcefully embodied in this piece.

A Sense of Freedom | Religion | Christianity

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