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  • ISBN 0906127823
  • ISBN13 978-0906127827
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Tynan
  • Publisher Four Courts Press; 1st Edition edition (1985)
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Cathechisms --particularly small catechisms in question and answer form -- were a key force in the spread of the Reformation and of the Catholic Counter-Reform, which was spearheaded by the Society of Jesus. This study covers one of the three main Irish catechetical traditions -- the Donlevy-O'Reilly - whose influence extended over 200 years. It will interest not only historians and book collectors but also teachers and educationalists in the area of modern catechetics.

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Home Tynan, Michael Catholic instruction in Ireland, 1720-1950: The O'Reilly.This study covers one of the three main Irish catechetical traditions - the Donlevy-O'Reilly - whose influence extended over 200 years.Catholic instruction in Ireland, 1720-1950: The O'Reilly, Donlevy catechetical tradition. ISBN 10: 0906127823, ISBN 13: 9780906127827. It will interest not only historians and book collectors but also teachers and educationalists in the area of modern catechetics.

Catholic Instruction in Ireland, 1720–1950: The O'Reilly/Donlevy Catechetical Tradition. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1985. Charles B. Paris (a1). Simon Fraser UniversityBurnaby, British Columbia.

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Catholic Instruction in Ireland 1720-1950: The O'Reilly/Donlevy Catechetical Tradition by Michael Tynan (pp. 112-114). The Fenians in Context: Irish Politics and Society, 1848-82 by R. V. Comerford; Protestant Nationalists in Revolutionary Ireland: The Stopford Connection by Leon O Broin; Arthur Griffith and the Advanced Nationalist Press: Ireland, 1900-1922 by Virginia E. Glandon. Books Received (pp. 129-130).

The Catholic Church in Ireland (Irish: Eaglais Chaitliceach na hÉireann) is part of the worldwide Catholic Church in communion with the Holy See. With . million members, it is the largest Christian church in Ireland. In the Republic of Ireland's 2016 census, 78% of the population identified as Catholic, which represents a decrease of 6% from 2011. By contrast, 41% of Northern Ireland identified as Catholic at the 2011 census, a percentage that is expected to increase in the coming years.

In his survey of catechetics from 1720-1950, Tynan found that it was "not the larger . Catholic instruction in Ireland 1720-1950: the O'Reilly/Donlevy catechetical tradition.

In his survey of catechetics from 1720-1950, Tynan found that it was "not the larger catechism. ut the small abridgments" that were the core of formation for the Irish people (Tynan, 1985, p. 15. County Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press.

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