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  Primate of All Ireland
Primate of All Ireland is the title held by the Archbishop of Armagh.
Prior to the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1871, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh was entitled to sit in the House of Lords as a Lord Spiritual, along with the other Archbishops in rotation.
Within the Republic of Ireland, the senior bishop in both the Catholic and Church of Ireland faiths is the Archbishop of Dublin who is known as the Primate of Ireland.
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 Primate of Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Primate of Ireland is a title possessed by the Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland (Anglican) Archbishops of Dublin.
Prior to the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1871, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin was entitled to sit in the House of Lords as a Lord Spiritual, along with the other Archbishops in rotation.
The partition of Ireland in 1920 in effect gave the Primate of Ireland and Primate of All Ireland differing roles, given that each is based in a different part of the divided island, the former in the south, the latter in Northern Ireland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Primate_of_Ireland   (775 words)

 Primate of All Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Primate of All-Ireland is the title held by the Archbishop of Armagh.
The Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh is Robin Eames.
This distinction mirrors the corresponding distinction in the Church of England (and the pre-Reformation English Catholic church) between the Primate of All England (ie Archbishop of Canterbury) and the Primate of England (ie Archbishop of York).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Primate_of_All_Ireland   (248 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Primate
Söderblom, Nathan, 1866-1931, Swedish churchman, primate of the Lutheran Church of Sweden, archbishop of Uppsala.
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 SEE of Armagh (Archdiocese), Ireland, Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Again, in 1337, Primate David O'Hiraghty was obstructed in his attendance on parliament by Bicknor and his clergy, who would not permit him to have his rosier borne erect before him in the diocese of Dublin, although the king had expressly forbidden Bicknor to offer him any opposition.
Primates Key and Prene experienced similar opposition ; but after the decease of Talbot, in 1449, their successors enjoyed their rights undisturbed till 1533, when John Alen, Archbishop of Dublin, revived the contest with Primate Cromer, but seemingly without success.
In 1693, Launcelot Bulkeley revived the contest with Primate Hampton, and continued it against his successor, the distinguished Ussher, in whose favour it was decided by the Earl of Strafford, then lord-deputy, in 1634.
www.from-ireland.net /lewis/arm/armarchdio.htm   (1499 words)

Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland, born at Loughcrew near Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland, 1629; died 11 July, 1681.
In Ireland the character of those witnesses was well known and no jury would listen to their perjured tales, but in London it was not so, and accordingly his trial was transferred to London.
Pilgrims come from all parts of Ireland and from distant countries to venerate this relic of the glorious martyr, and many miracles are recorded.
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 Archbishop Joseph Dixon
Primate Dixon, with great zeal for the care of his flock, carried on the work of Archbishop Cullen on discipline, Church structures and rules of worship.
Primate Dixon was immensely taken by the Pope on his visit to Rome and was totally committed to him as Head of the Church.
The event that brought him most notoriety outside of Ireland was a famous speech he made at a meeting in Drogheda Church, called to show support for the Pope in the political unrest in Italy.
www.primatedixon.coalisland.ni.sch.uk /Cover.htm   (4741 words)

 Church of Ireland Gazette - Index - 19th May 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In the face of secularism, materialism, new values in Irish society and the pace of social change which “has expanded the gap between ‘the haves’ and ‘the have nots’”, the Primate asserted that “the voice from the pulpit and the sanctuary is not always sought”.
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland was represented by Dr Ken Newell, representing the Moderator of the General Assembly; the Methodist Church in Ireland by its President, the Revd Des Bain; and the Roman Catholic Church by Archbishop Sean Brady, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland.
The Church of Ireland was represented on this and international ecumenical bodies as a founding member because such wider engagements are seen as essential.
gazette.ireland.anglican.org /190506/index190506.htm   (2299 words)

 Lambeth Commission on Communion - News Items
Many of you may know he is the present senior primate of the Anglican Communion, having been Primate of All Ireland since 1986 and a Bishop since 1975.
It has been made quite clear however by many provinces and primates that this is simply not the case and that a model of waiting as discernment takes place referred to in the Report as reception is not appropriate in those circumstances.
So much of my pilgrimage in Northern Ireland has been surrounded by years of intense violence and suffering and division and in the course of that ministry I have learned the hard facts of what reconciliation means.
www.anglicancommunion.org /commission/news/reportstatement.cfm   (3252 words)

 Church of the Word -- Dromantine: The Primates’ Meeting, February 2005 Communiqué   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As Primates of the Anglican Communion and Moderators of the United Churches, we gathered at the Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre, Newry, in Northern Ireland, between 20th and 25th February, 2005, at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams.
The most pressing business facing the Primates’ Meeting was consideration of the Windsor Report 2004, in which the Lambeth Commission on Communion (ii) had offered its recommendations on the future life of the Anglican Communion in the light of developments in Anglican life in North America (iii).
Many primates have been deeply alarmed that the standard of Christian teaching on matters of human sexuality expressed in the 1998 Lambeth Resolution 1.10, which should command respect as the position overwhelmingly adopted by the bishops of the Anglican Communion, has been seriously undermined by the recent developments in North America.
www.pwcweb.com /ecw/windsor_rpt_ireland_communique.html   (2139 words)

 wfn.org | Address of the Most Revd Robin Eames, Primate of all Ireland
The Church of Ireland has always placed great emphasis on the Celtic traditions of worship, the mission and vision of the Saints and our roots in the deep spirituality of learning, teaching, worship and disciplined prayer life of the golden age of Irish mission and evangelism.
Church of Ireland and Sexuality As the Synod knows the bishops of the Church of Ireland have issued a Pastoral letter to the Church on issues of sexuality and we have invited submissions and opinions from clergy and laity.
The in-phrase must often used by the media is 'political deadlock' as the long-suffering people of Northern Ireland have got on with their lives with varying degrees of interest.
www.wfn.org /2004/05/msg00134.html   (4766 words)

 ireland.com - The Irish Times - Mon, Dec 18, 2006 - Primate cites growing coarseness and aggression
A "growing coarseness and aggression" in Irish society has been attributed by the Catholic Primate of All-Ireland, Archbishop Seán Brady, to increased secularisation and the marginalisation of religion.
He recalled a discussion at a recent synod of bishops in Europe where they were told "more and more people were fearful of the future, isolated, and made no life commitments".
He said that where child protection was concerned, the church would work closely with the authorities in both jurisdictions so its child protection policy was compatible with civil requirements in both.
www.ireland.com /newspaper/frontpage/2006/1218/1166138065978.html   (368 words)

 Anglican Communion News Service
The Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland and Metropolitan, the Most Revd Dr Robin Eames, has announced his intention to retire later this year.
Dr Eames will continue to carry out all the duties and responsibilities of the Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland as normal until December 31st.
The Church of Ireland House of Bishops will consider in due course the selection of a successor.
www.anglicancommunion.org /acns/articles/41/25/acns4143.cfm   (124 words)

 Episcopal News Service
The Church of Ireland has previously held meetings with the Ulster Unionist Party, the Alliance Party, the Social Democratic and Labour Party, and is requesting a meeting with the Democratic Unionist Party.
"The Bishops of the Church of Ireland are engaging in a process of engagement with the political parties in Northern Ireland.
As Bishops representing the church, which operates in both jurisdictions of this island, we are pleased to have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with Sinn Fein.
gc2003.episcopalchurch.org /3577_78858_ENG_HTM.htm   (362 words)

 The Catholic Communications Office
Ireland, as current holder of the EU Presidency, should make reference to our Christian heritage and the experiences and story of our own people abroad, in contributing to the debate about appropriate policies and legislation that the EU needs to adopt vis-à-vis the movement of peoples.
In its term of Presidency of the European Union, Ireland has a duty to lead public opinion and debate on this critical issue and not fall victim to scaremongering and myths.
Article 2 of the 1937 Constitution of Ireland, as amended by Referendum held following the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, provides that: It is the entitlement and birthright of every person born in the island of Ireland, which includes its islands and seas, to be part of the Irish nation.
www.catholiccommunications.ie /Pressrel/16-march-2004.html   (2405 words)

If you have any evidence of such financial inducements I challenge you, in the name of God, to reveal them or make a public apology to your brother Primates in the Global South for this damaging and irresponsible smear.
I have always made it clear that there is no price-tag on my head – I am not a slave to anyone – I have been set free by the blood of the One who died for us all.
Be assured that our only goal is to witness to the unique message of salvation in Christ that can transform the lives of all those in need.
www.anglican-nig.org /primate's_ltrr2abpire.htm   (932 words)

 [A-List] Memorial to the "China War" at St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Dublin
The context of this was the developing relationship between Ireland and China flowing from the remarkable growth of the economies of our two countries.
Essential to the growing spirit of solidarity is the principle that we share a common heritage as victims of colonialism.
Because the Church of Ireland Prelates have not condemned the illegal invasion of Iraq anymore than their forbears condemned the illegal invasion of China.
lists.econ.utah.edu /pipermail/a-list/2006-July/061636.html   (1024 words)

 Archbishop Brady   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Among the guests for the occasion were President Mary Robinson, Northern Ireland Secretary Mr Patrick Mayhew and, representing the Taoiseach, Mrs Nora Owen, the Minister for Justice.
In 1993 he returned to Ireland and was appointed parish priest of Ballyhaise, Co. Cavan.
With the recent retirement of Cardinal Daly, Archbishop Brady succeeded him as Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All-Ireland.
ireland.iol.ie /~stpats/armagh.htm   (435 words)

 Episcopal News Service
Robin Eames, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, delivered the 2005 Pitt Lecture at the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale October 12, issuing a warning on the future of World Anglicanism.
As Primate of all Ireland for some 20 years that personal journey has allowed me to see the world family of Anglicanism at its best but also at points of crisis; to see how easily an international family reacts to sharp differences — and in the process in the opinion of many, lose its way.
Further the revision of its Constitution states that in all questions of interpretation of faith and doctrine the decision of the Church of Nigeria shall be final.
www.episcopalchurch.org /3577_68521_ENG_HTM.htm   (4663 words)

 Land And People - Religion
At the 1991 census, approximately 92% of the population of the Republic of Ireland were classified as Roman Catholic, approximately 3% as Protestant (including Church of Ireland: 2.35%; Presbyterian: 0.37%; Methodist: 0.14%).
The Archbishop of Armagh is the Primate of All Ireland and is normally a Cardinal.
The Methodist Church in Ireland owes its origins to the missions of John Wesley, the evangelic preacher who visited the country on several occasions in the 18th century.
www.ireland-information.com /reference/religion.html   (713 words)

 The Catholic Church in England and Wales
Archbishop Sean Brady of Armagh, Primate of All-Ireland, spoke exclusively to Briefing.
During the CCEE Presidents’ meeting in Leeds, Archbishop Sean Brady of Armagh, Primate of All-Ireland, spoke exclusively to Briefing – the official journal of the Catholic Bishops’ Conferences of England and Wales and Scotland.
Archbishop Brady spoke on many other topics, including the nature of Irish Catholicism, the vocations shortage, the liturgy, the Northern Ireland peace process, life issues, and his priorities for the Church worldwide (which included a new evangelisation, support for marriage and family life, and adult faith formation).
www.catholic-ew.org.uk /cn/04/041004.htm   (283 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Oliver Plunkett
Arrested and tried at Dundalk in 1679 for conspiring against the state by plotting to bring 20,000 French soldiers into the country, and for leveling a tax on his clergy to support 70,000 men for rebellion.
Lord Shaftesbury knew that Oliver would never be convicted in Ireland, and had him moved to Newgate prison, London.
He was the last Catholic to die for his faith at Tyburn, and the first of the Irish martyrs to be beatified.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/sainto13.htm   (292 words)

 B16: The History of Life: Source Book
The formidable gentleman in the accompanying engraving commands the Latin title Jacobus Usserius, Archiepiscopus Armachanus, Totius Hiberniae Primas, or James Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of All Ireland.
He is known to us today almost entirely in ridicule--as the man who fixed the time of creation at 4004 B.C., and even had the audacity to name the date and hour.
I confess that I have always been greatly amused by the term primate, used in its ecclesiastical sense as "an archbishop...
www.sjgarchive.org /library/text/b16/p0009.htm   (275 words)

 Northern Ireland conflict not religious, but based on fear, Catholic Irish primate says - Catholic Online
The situation in Northern Ireland, as with all conflict throughout the world “the result of a complex mixture of history and politics, of culture and identity, of tensions over land and resources, of fear of those who are different and ultimately, of the need for each of us to belong,” he stressed.
“As the experience of Northern Ireland suggests, once the first act of violence is perpetrated, whether in defense or in aggression, the original reason for the use of violence is quickly lost sight of in the deadly cycle of violence, hatred, revenge and misunderstanding which almost inevitably follows,” he said.
To break the cycle of violence requires that genuine social, economic and political inequalities are addressed, and that people are able to “participate in the political process (and) to articulate and organize around their legitimate concerns,” the archbishop said.
www.catholic.org /international/international_story.php?id=21411   (1682 words)

 Christian Today – Christian News > Primate of All Ireland Urges Christians to Rebuild Trust In Northern Ireland
Primate of All Ireland Urges Christians to Rebuild Trust In Northern Ireland
The Primate of All Ireland and Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Rev Robin Eames, has stressed the need for greater trust between individuals and communities in Northern Ireland as he opened the newly refurbished diocesan offices of the Church of Ireland in Derry.
Archbishop Eames said at the opening that the troubled past in Northern Ireland had led to the erosion of trust across the community, adding that “suspicion, doubt and differing interpretations of past events have driven wedges between people”.
www.christiantoday.com /article/archbishop.eames.calls.for.greater.trust/7591.htm   (599 words)

 Catholic World News : Irish primate supports police in Northern Ireland
The Policing Board was established in 2001 to supervise all police activity in Northern Ireland.
Noting the third anniversary of its establishment, the archbishop said that "real progress" had been made toward equal enforcement of the law, and urged Catholics to cooperate with the board in its mission.
Archbishop Brady went on to say that Catholics in Northern Ireland should "work together with others and play their part in building a just and honorable future." He said that all the people of the region should "reject completely those who try to halt the progress of our society through violence, intimidation, and criminality."
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=33213   (389 words)

 Ireland - Catholic Church Local History and Ancestors Genealogy Research
Parishes of the Archdiocese of Dublin and Ireland
County Dublin + Province of Leinster + Republic of Ireland.
Dun Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council - "...on the east coast of Ireland and is bounded on the north by Dublin City, to the south by County Wicklow, to the east by the Irish Sea and to the west by the foothills of the Dublin mountains.
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