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Description: The Irish Church Quarterly (1908-1917) was a ten volume periodical. It published mainly theological and philosophical articles, as well as literary essays (for example, the exploration of early religious drama in Ireland, or Dean Swift as a Churchman). There were also historical, biographical and even some hagiographical essays on important past church figures, including clerics and saints. The journal was a vehicle for members of the Church of Ireland, both lay and clerical, to speak with authority on various subjects of general interest. It was edited by Rev. H. J. Lawlor, D.D. Professor of Ecclesiastical History at University College Dublin and printed also in Dublin.
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