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|Posté le: Sam 8 Juil - 20:37 (2017) Sujet du message: The Life And Acts Of Saint Patrick The Archbishop Primate
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1809 edition. Excerpt: ... and infidel island, is very plain; as well for that Ireland is an island, while modern Scotland is only a part of one, as that the Scottish writers assert modern Scotland to have professed the Christian faith long before the time of Palladius, and before Pope Ccelestine, in the Pontificate of Victor, Anno 203.--Therefore the Scots, over whom a Bishop was ordained by Ccelestine in 434, and whose Island had not until the mission of Palladius, and after of Patrick, received the truth, must have been the Irish. Section in. Testimonies of the Sixth Age. COGITOSUS, the contemporary and nephew of Brigida as he himself sayeth, hath in his Proeme to her Life these words:--" And she, having by her 4 encreasing virtues and by her holy repute gathered "to herself from the several provinces of Ireland in"numerable companies of either sex, who took on them u a voluntary vow, builded a Monastery, the which "was the head of the Irish Churches, and governing "all the Scottish Monasteries;--the jurisdiction where4 of extended over all Ireland from sea to sea, in the "plain of the Liffey: which the Primate of the Irish "clergy, and the Abbess, whom all the Scottish "Abbesses venerate, govern in happy succession and "perpetual order."--And toward the close of his history, he thus speaketh of the Church of this Monastery.--" This City is a place of refuge for the whole "Scottish land, with all its fugitives; and herein is "the royal treasury kept." Who does not now admit, that this writer, of such antiquity and authority, whom Baronius preferreth to all other biographers of the Saint, mentioneth the Irish and the Scots as synonymously?--For the Liffey near which Saint Brigida builded her Monastery, is a river passing through Dublin and flowing into the sea:...
bound: 70 pages
publisher: TheClassics.us (September 12, 2013)
isbn: 1230327258, 978-1230327259,
weight: 5.1 ounces (