Clerical Containment of Diasporic Irish Nationalism: A Canadian Example from the Parnell Era

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Title
Clerical Containment of Diasporic Irish Nationalism: A Canadian Example from the Parnell Era
Abstract
An examination of how in the 1880s Father Patrick Dowd, the Sulpician pastor of Montreal's St. Patrick Church, was able to suppress any Irish radical organizations that were trying to attract his Catholic parishioners.
Book Title
Irish Nationalism in Canada
Place
Montreal and Kingston
Publisher
McGill-Queen's University Press
Date
2009
Pages
83-96
Language
en
Citation
Trigger, Rosalyn. “Clerical Containment of Diasporic Irish Nationalism: A Canadian Example from the Parnell Era.” In Irish Nationalism in Canada, edited by David A. Wilson, 83–96. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009.
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