Extent: Paperback

Pages: 322

Publisher: Veritas

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Veritas Publications

Treasures of Irish Christianity Vol 2

by Brendan Leahy

€19.99

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Treasures of Irish Christianity was published to great acclaim in the summer of 2012. This second volume offers readers further scholarly yet readily-accessible short articles on a vast array of treasures from the Irish Christian tradition, with a focus on the Irish and their relationship with the Word.

It covers items ranging from religious folk tales to reflections on Yeats, Joyce, Kavanagh and Beckett; from words on the margins of ancient manuscripts to the first Lutheran congregation in Dublin; from early High Crosses to the thirteenth-century Kilcormac Missal; from the Medieval Office of St Brigid to Pugin architecture; and from Church of Ireland hymnody to the recent Share the Good News publication.

Written by a large number of Irish scholars from a variety of disciplines, this second volume is also richly illustrated.

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