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ib.; and to Pope Boniface IV. on the
and Roman Christians, 152 ; his argu-
ments for the supremacy of St. Peter,
1292; arrival in Kinsale, 841; accom- sufficient test of a good Catholic, 203 ;
his testimony to the celebrity of the
and sent as a missionary to England, his accession to the abbacy, 337.
Alien priories, 574.
auguration by 8. Columba, 86; the Allegiance, Romish views of, 1202; King
beth, from certain Anglo-Romish
Allen river, Flintshire, miraculous battle
Ireland before St. Patrick, 35 ; see also Allen, Irish Jesuit, accompanies James
Fitz Maurice to Ireland, 792; his con-
duct at Monaster Neva, 795 ; death,
796 ; vid, 1270, 1369,
673; his death, 680, n., 1427.
founded by D. Mac Morogh, 566; the
Almshouses, monasteries formerly served
supporter of the Roman Easter, &c., Altarages, what, 783.
Altars, of stone substituted for wooden
to be sheltered from the weather, 1364;
count of the quarrels of the British old Romish times, 591,
Amalgaid, (or Awley,) abbot of Derry, consecrates Samuel bishop of Dublin,
429; writes to reprove his conduct, ib.;
gian, seizes Dublin, enlarges it, &c. 389. advancement of religion, &c. ib., 432;
(A.D. 940) defeated at the battle of 434 ; his intercourse with Gillebert of
moter of papal power in England, 445;
his charges against the Irish Church,
1610-1013; Muriardach's letter to,
Anthony, St., organises the monastic
converted, 129; Cedd's mission to, 988 Antipodes, believed in by S. Virgilius,
for which he is denounced by a pope
of Rome, 347.
that of the Irish Church, a point in
the Romans, 196; his reputation among Aongus king of Munster, 982.
Aongus, grove, synod of, 450.
Apennines, St. Columbanus settles in
Apocrypha, the, how regarded by the
seq9; account of by Giraldus, 514 n ; Apostolic faith, the true foundation for
Arbona, (Switzerland) visited by S. Co-
Archæological Society, Irish, their pub-
with sacrilege of cathedral property, old episcopal sees of Ireland from
Archbishoprics, anciently established in
Ireland without asking the popes'
four appointed, to be accompanied tions, 476 ; decorated with the pall,
nod of, condemns slavery, 501; mon-
Augustin abbot, 576, ancient privi-
leges of, in regard to visitations, cur-
tailed by Pope Lucius, 605 ; fir t papal
the smaller bishopricks of Ireland at between its prelates and those of Dub
Anglican primate of, aids England
663, 680; the primate of, made pri-
mate of Ireland, not of all Ireland,
Shane O'Neill, 770; and why, ib. 771;
titular archbishops of, Creagh, &c.,
771, seqq. ; Stuart's Hist. of, 772, n.
of, 818, 819; planted, 868 ; titular pro-
its confutation, out of the Holy Scrip- no suffragan of any English prelate,
sion of, 1105 seqq.; Irishmen excluded
Armour, St. Patrick's, (Luireach Pha-
Arnolf, bishop of Metz, his life qd.. 970.
Aroasian nuns, &c., patronised by D.
Mac Murrough, 566.
Patrick, 35; ravaged by the Danes, Arthur, British king, 123.
Asia Minor, bishopricks numerous in, | Austerities of the ancient Irish monks,
61, 92, 99, 104 ; superstitions do.
Easter, 192, 193; supposed by the rence's, noticed, 499.
Christians, 153, 159; better known by controversies, not undervalued among
Baal-worship, no worse than the re-
Romish authorities, 839.
Bacon, Sir F., his suggestions about Ire-
ration, 817; and notions concerning
this country, 870.
the only mediator, 48; by S. Cummian, ter by H. O'Neill, 806 ; his impeach-
Baithen, suceessor of s. Columba at
Gregory to preach to the Saxons, 128; Balaam, son of Beor, and his modern
secution under Queen Mary, 737, and
prebend in Canterbury, 740, 741; con-
Ireland, 562, 563, 578; ditto, nuns, Balliboes, 1063
Ballymoon, (Co. Carlow) battle of, 408. Bare feet, &c. in monks, tokens of a
devil, according to S. Jerome, 236.
Barnard, a Norman bishop, intruded
establishment of, 478, 566 ; its abbot Barnwall, Sir Richard, promotes the
made bishop of Ferns, 576 ; vid. 656. Irish Remonstrance, 1408.
date of the introduction of Christianity
St. Comgall, 71; S. Columbanus stu- against the Irish Church of the 6th
Barrys of Munster, aid Henry VIIL in
121 ; distinguished as a place of learn- Barry, Lord, H. O'Neill's abusive letter
place of the English adventurers in early monks, 231.
Batavia, s. Willibrord's missionary la-
Augustine and the British bishops, Bavaria, Ss. Boniface and Virgil labour
land, 560; reference of the Irish to, in
their Appeal to Pope John XXII.
Irish by Romish writers, 456, 458, Bective, (Co. Meath) Cistertian monas-
quotcd, passim; his apology for prais-