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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Irish Ecclesiastical Record
A monthly journal founded, 1864, by Cardinal Cullen, with Doctor Conroy and Doctor Moran as editors. As its motto "Ut Christiani, ita et Romani sitis" (As Christians, so also Romans), implies, it was established as a link between Rome and Ireland. Both editors having been appointed bishops, 1871, it passed to other hands and in 1876 was allowed to lapse; publication was resumed, 1880, from Maynooth College where it is still published under episcopal supervision. Among its contributors have been some of the most prominent authorities on Catholic history and doctrine. Irish Montbly, a Jesuit publication, founded, 1873, having the longest continuous existence of any Irish Catholic magazine. Its success was largely due to Reverend Matthew Russell, S.J. who filled the editorial chair for 38 years. It contains articles on subjects of current interest, short pieces of fiction and poetry; it is credited with the discovery of Oscar Wilde, "M. E. Francis," Hilaire Belloc, and other prominent writers.
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Entry for 'Irish Ecclesiastical Record'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/i/irish-ecclesiastical-record.html. 1910.
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