Catholic Protectionism or Irish Nationalism? Religion and Politics in Liverpool, 1829–1845

@article{Dye2001CatholicPO,
  title={Catholic Protectionism or Irish Nationalism? Religion and Politics in Liverpool, 1829–1845},
  author={Ryan D. Dye},
  journal={Journal of British Studies},
  year={2001},
  volume={40},
  pages={357 - 390}
}
  • Ryan D. Dye
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology
  • Journal of British Studies
In August 1865, Liverpool's Catholic Bishop (1856–72), Alexander Goss, needed to find a priest. The bishop knew that Father Hardman of Birchley had grown too old to minister to a mission that was rapidly expanding because of Irish migration into the region. As he considered a replacement for Hardman, Goss made two specifications. First, the bishop sought to replace Hardman with a younger priest who could handle a growing congregation. Second, Goss intended to find an English priest to satisfy… Expand
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