Cardinal Paul Cullen and his world


Dáire Keogh & Albert McDonnell editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-235-3
June 2011. 470pp; ills.

Paul Cullen: the great ultramontane
Emmet Larkin

Converging worlds: Paul Cullen in the world of Mauro Cappellari
Christopher Korten

The age of Pio Nono: the age of Paul Cullen
Eamon Duffy

The ultramontane spirituality of Paul Cullen
Oliver P. Rafferty SJ

‘Strong views ... in very strong forms’: Paul Cullen, archbishop of Armagh (1849–52)
Ambrose Macaulay

Paul Cullen and the visual arts
Eileen Kane

The pastoral vision of Paul Cullen
Ciarán O’Carroll

Catholic Dublin: the public expression in the age of Paul Cullen
Mary E. Daly

‘Attending to the wants of poverty’: Paul Cullen, the relief of poverty and the development of social welfare in Ireland
Virginia Crossman

Faith, Famine and Fenianism: Paul Cullen and the Irish emigrant world
Gerard Moran

Amiens, Brisbane and Crimea: Paul Cullen and the Mercy Mission that led to the establishment of the Mater Hospital in Dublin
Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh

Cardinal Cullen and the system of national education in Ireland
Joseph Doyle

Paul Cullen in the Irish Conservative imagination
Andrew Shields

A meeting of minds?: Margaret Aylward and Paul Cullen
Anne-Marie Close

The conversion of Connemara and conflict between Paul Cullen and John MacHale
Miriam Moffitt

His Excellency, His Eminence and the minister: Paul Cullen and channels of political communication during the first Gladstone administration, 1868–74
James H. Murphy

Paul Cullen, J.J. McCarthy and Holy Cross Church, Clonliffe: the politics and iconography of architectural style
John Montague

‘Not ... an equal, but ... one of his subjects’: John Henry Newman’s perception of the archbishop of Dublin
Ian Ker

Cardinal Cullen’s other capital: Belfast and the ‘devotional revolution’
S.J. Connolly

Providence, revolution and the conditional defence of the union: Paul Cullen and the Fenians
Matthew Kelly

The pope, the prelate, the soldiers and the controversy: Paul Cullen and the Irish Papal Brigade
Anne O’Connor

Paul Cullen and the declaration of papal infallibility
Norman Tanner SJ

Paul Cullen and the Irish College, Paris
Liam Chambers

Paul Cullen and the remaking of Catholicism in the Antipodes
Rory Sweetman

Visualizing Ireland’s first cardinal
Fintan Cullen

‘An ambiguous awe’: Paul Cullen and the historians
Colin P. Barr

Reassessing Paul Cullen: an afterword
Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh