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eBook A Melancholy Truth: The Travels and Travails of Fr Charles Bourke, C. 1765-1820 ePub

by Brendan Hoban

  • ISBN: 0954033728
  • Category: Ethnic and National
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Brendan Hoban
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Banley House (August 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 270
  • ePub book: 1489 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1530 kb
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Charles Bourke (c. 1765 – 1820) was an Irish priest. Bourke was born in Carrowcubick, near Ballycastle, County Mayo, about 1765. Brendan Hoban states that he "was of that branch of the Bourke family that became known as the 'Heathfield' Bourkes, whose base was at Heathfield House, in the townland of Gortatoor, a few miles from what is now the village of Ballycastle" (p. 12, Hoban, 2008).

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According to his biographer, Brendan Hoban: "Bourke could hardly set himself up as a model of priesthood . A Melancholy Truth:The Travels and Travails of Fr Charles Bourke c. 1765-1820, Brendan Hoban, Dublin, 2008.

According to his biographer, Brendan Hoban: "Bourke could hardly set himself up as a model of priesthood and his disloyalty to the priests who stood up for him does him no service. to understanding Bourke's comprehensive denunciation of his fellow clergy. is that Bourke had conformed to the Church of Ireland to convert Catholics in a 'Second Reformation. "(p. 173, Hoban, 2008).

Brendan Hoban is an Irish Catholic priest in the Killala Diocese, columnist and author of a number of books. A melancholy truth : the travels and travails of Fr Charles Bourke : c. 1765-1820' by Brendan Hoban, Banley House, Dublin, 2008

Brendan Hoban is an Irish Catholic priest in the Killala Diocese, columnist and author of a number of books. Fr. Hoban was born in Ballycastle, Co. Mayo in 1948. Educated in Ballycastle Boys National School, St Muredach¹s College, Ballina and entered St Patrick's College, Maynooth in 1968 and was ordained for the diocese of Killala in 1973, he writes a weekly column in the Western People. 1765-1820' by Brendan Hoban, Banley House, Dublin, 2008. A touch of the heart : A memoir' by Hoban, Brendan, 2002. schedule Mid West Radio.

Fr Brendan Hoban is an Irish Catholic priest in the Killala Diocese columnist and author of a number of books Fr. . 1765-1820' by Brendan Hoban, Banley House, Dublin, 2008

Fr Brendan Hoban is an Irish Catholic priest in the Killala Diocese columnist and author of a number of books Fr Hoban was born in Ballycastle Co Mayo .

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