Primates of All Ireland
The Primacy of Ireland was historically disputed between the Archbishop of Armagh and the Archbishop of Dublin until finally settled by Pope Innocent VI. Primate is a title of honour denoting ceremonial precedence in the Church, and in the Middle Ages there was an intense rivalry between the two archbishoprics as to seniority. Since 1353 the Archbishop of Armagh has been titled Primate of All Ireland and the Archbishop of Dublin Primate of Ireland, signifying that they are the senior churchmen in the island of Ireland, the Primate of All Ireland being the more senior. The titles are used by both the Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops. The distinction mirrors that in the Church of England between the Primate of All England, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Primate of England, the Archbishop of York.

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Archbishop of Armagh (Church of Ireland) - Wikipedia, the free ...
Like his counterpart, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh, he bears the title Primate of All Ireland. The diocese traces its history to Saint Patrick in the 5th ...
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Primacy of Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since 1353 the Archbishop of Armagh has been titled Primate of All Ireland and the Archbishop of Dublin Primate of Ireland, signifying that they are the senior ...
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Primate (bishop) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Ireland both the Anglican and Catholic Archbishops of Armagh are titled "Primate of All Ireland"; while both the Anglican and Catholic Archbishops of Dublin ...
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Seán Brady - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He is the current Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 2007. He has faced repeated calls to resign over his ...
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Information | Dioceses & Parishes - Church of Ireland
Diocesan website: http://armagh.anglican.org. ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH Primate of All Ireland and Metropolitan. The Most Reverend Richard Lionel Clarke ...
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The Primate of All Ireland speaks » Pharyngula - Freethought Blogs
Sep 1, 2012 ... I don't follow the who's who of the Catholic hierarchy; when I hear the phrase “Primate of All Ireland”, I think of Ussher, the fellow who ...
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Service of Enthronement for new Archbishop of Armagh and Primate ...
Dec 16, 2012 ... From the Church of Ireland. The Service of Enthronement for the new Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, The Most Revd Dr ...
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Primate of All Ireland's Statement on the Resignation of Rowan ...
Mar 16, 2012 ... Statement by The Most Revd Alan Harper, OBE, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland: Archbishop Rowan Williams is held in high ...
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Open letter to Archbishop Robin Eames, Primate of All Ireland
Oct 17, 2005 ... The Most Revd Dr. R.H.A. Eames Primate of All Ireland Archbishop of Armagh Dear Robin, Grace and peace to you from God our Father and ...
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Primate of All Ireland - What Does The Prayer Really Say?
Jul 22, 2011 ... Tag Archives: Primate of All Ireland ... In the course of the article Archbp. Martin is called “Primate of Ireland”. “But Father! But Father!”, some will ...
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Since 1353 the Archbishop of Armagh has been titled Primate of All Ireland and the Archbishop of Dublin Primate of Ireland, signifying that they are the senior ...
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Correspondence Between His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland, Chancellor of the University of Dublin and Archibald John Stephens, .
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Correspondence Between His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland, Chancellor of the University of Dublin and Archibald John Stephens, Esq. , ...
Irish primate to retire | Anglican Ink
Jun 7, 2012 ... The Primate of All Ireland, Dr. Alan Harper, has announced that he will ... Staffordshire in 1944, Dr. Harper was educated at Leeds University ...
BBC - Will & Testament: Alan Harper elected Primate of All Ireland
Jan 10, 2007 ... The eleven bishops of the Church of Ireland have chosen Bishop Alan Harper as the new Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland. ... He was educated at Leeds University (studying geography) and Trinity College, ...
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Oct 3, 2012... Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke Elected as Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland. ... Chaplain to University College Cork 1993-1996 ...
Memoir of the Ven. Oliver Plunket : Archbishop of Armagh and ...
Jul 12, 2006 ... Oliver Plunket : Archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland (1895) ... Book contributor: Kelly - University of Toronto Collection: kellylibrary ...
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Letters Written By His Excellency Hugh Boulter, D.D., Lord Primate ...
Letters Written By His Excellency Hugh Boulter, D.D., Lord Primate ...
Hugh Boulter, 1770
Containing An Account of the Most Interesting Transactions which Passed in Ireland from 1724 to 1738 Hugh Boulter. I opposed, as ... I am sensible one thing that in part disposed some to be peevish, was the seeing an Englijh * Primate here.
A topographical dictionary of Ireland: comprising the several ...
A topographical dictionary of Ireland: comprising the several ...
Samuel Lewis, 1840
In 1263, Pope Urban addressed a bull to Archbishop O'Scanlain, confirming him in the dignity of primate of all Ireland ; but the authenticity of the document has been disputed. This bull did not put an end to the contest about precedency with ...
A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland: Comprising the Several ...
A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland: Comprising the Several ...
Samuel Lewis, 1984
In 1263, Pope Urban addressed a bull to Archbishop O'Scanlain, confirming him in the dignity of primate of all Ireland ; but the authenticity of the document has been disputed. This bull did not put an end to the contest about precedency with ...
Ireland under the Tudors: with a succinct account of the earlier ...
Ireland under the Tudors: with a succinct account of the earlier ...
Richard Bagwell, 1963
Queen seriously thought of making the Dean, Terence Daniel, Primate of All Ireland. He had been thought of in 1564, but was very unfit for the office, and the appointment, which would have been avowedly political, was perhaps prove uted by ...
The Life of James Usher Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, Primate and ...
The Life of James Usher Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, Primate and ...
Richard Parr, 1686
And as in the former, so llkfflvlse in these latter Days, there have been many Men of excellent Endowments, for Wsslom and Learning, for 'Piety and all other eminent Vertues, whose Wemorials are 'with us in Church and State. Among these of ...
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The Primate of All Ireland speaks » Pharyngula
Sep 01 2012 The Primate of All Ireland speaks Categories: Ethics, Religion by PZ Myers I don’t follow the who’s who of the Catholic hierarchy; when I hear the phrase “Primate of All Ireland”, I think of Ussher, the fellow who notoriously calculated the age of the earth using a combination of crude genealogy and numerology. He’s gone down in history for getting it all wrong; so will this one.
freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2012/09/01/the-primate-of-all-ireland-speaks/
Pope appoints Msgr Eamon Martin as Primate in waiting to Irish Church | Catholicireland.net
Monsignor Martin said “I am humbled and honoured to serve as bishop in this historic Archdiocese of Armagh".
www.catholicireland.net/msgr-eamon-martin-appointment/
Ireland and the Primacy of Primates | Fr. Z's Blog
Posted on 22 July 2011 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf.
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The Bog Chronicles - A View From Middle Ireland: Primates of All Ireland
It is impossible not to get despondent living in this wretched country run by arseholes. There seems to be no choice but to despair for the future and your place in it, to surrender your fate to a bunch of pricks some of whom will spend the next six months on a committee trying to concoct a way to let one of their clique off the hook for a level of fraud that would see you or I sacked and prosecuted without a minute’s hesitation.
thebogchronicles.blogspot.com/2010/08/all-ireland-primates.html
U.K. primates, bishops appeal to UN regarding Iraqi refugees
episcopaldigitalnetwork.com/ens/2012/07/17/u-k-primates-bishops-appeal-to-un-regarding-iraqi-refugees/
The Changing Attitude Blog: Changing Attitude Ireland statement on the Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Dublin
Our sister group, Changing Attitude Ireland, has issued a statement today, 22nd January 2011, in advance of the Primates' meeting which begins on Tuesday 25th:As the senior bishops from Anglican Churches worldwide prepare to meet in Dublin for their Primates’ Meeting (25th-31st January) there has been a call on the Irish Government by an Irish Anglican group to request the visiting Archbishops to address the problem of Christian-backed persecution of gay persons. The call comes from Changing Attitude Ireland and its Secretary the Church of Ireland clergyman Canon Charles Kenny requests Ireland’s new Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Brian Cowen, who is also the Prime Minister, “to maintain the interest shown by the Department of Foreign affairs under his predecessor Micheal Martin in the persecution of gay persons in Uganda and Malawi”.
changingattitude-england.blogspot.com/2011/01/changing-attitude-ireland-statement-on.html
Armagh News - Sport, Videos, Entertainment, Events, Farming, Armagh i - Armaghi.com
Armagh News covering the whole county via armaghi.com. breaking news, sport, farming, videos, entertainment and events
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Anglican Communion News Service: Primates' Meeting - Briefing #1
Anglican Communion News Service: Primates' Meeting - Briefing #1
www.anglicancommunion.org/acns/news.cfm/2011/1/26/ACNS4673
Thinking Anglicans: Two Anglican provinces elect new primates
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Be A Proud Primate On November 24 | Canadian Atheist
Posted on November 21, 2012 by Corwin.
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