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July 07, 2006


John Cronin

I have just consulted your article and found it quite interesting. I am completing a doctorate on Irish elite royalists in exile from 1649 to 1660 and I am struck by the correlation betweeen support for Jansenism and support for the royalists and Ormonde in particular. Aside from Matthew Kelly and John Callaghan, I note that the Barnewells find their way into this and certainly at least one of them consulted with Ormonde during the exile (BL Eg Mss 2534, Ormond to Nicholas, 2 March 1651, f. 53.), though the christian name has eluded me. I was wondering if you had any thoughts on this?

Thomas Murphy

We circulate a twice-yearly newsletter on various aspects (cultural, musical, liturgical, historical, etc.) of Catholic heritage. I wonder if you would consider letting us publish someting short (2-4,000 words) in a future issue. We are based in Kildare, Ireland, and anything about Kildare or about Jansenism and Liturgy or the Traditional Latin Liturgy would be most interesting to our readers.

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