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‘Irish clergy and the diocesan church in the ‘four obedient shires’ of Ireland, 1399-1534’ / Sparky, Booker

Irish Historical Studies, Volume: 154, Pages: 179 - 209

Swansea University Author: Sparky, Booker

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DOI (Published version): 10.1017/S0021121400019052

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There were periodic probibitions enacted against Irish clerics holding benefices in the so-called 'four obedient shires' of the English colony in medieval Ireland, but despite this, they can be found ministering to the laity and serving in the archbishops' administrations in sizable n...

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Published in: Irish Historical Studies
Published: 2014
Online Access: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/irish-historical-studies/article/div-classtitleirish-clergy-and-the-diocesan-church-in-the-four-obedient-shires-of-ireland-span-classitaliccspan1400span-classitaliccspan1540div/CA8BB242784556E117CE693CFB16C884
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description There were periodic probibitions enacted against Irish clerics holding benefices in the so-called 'four obedient shires' of the English colony in medieval Ireland, but despite this, they can be found ministering to the laity and serving in the archbishops' administrations in sizable numbers. This article profiles these Irish clerics, analysing their familial and geographic origins, the benefices they held, and the ways in which they assimilated to colonial culture, and comments on the ways in which their presence in the region influenced colonial society.
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