Ireland’s Loyalty to the Mass
This inspirational Irish classic was published in 1933 as a tribute to the International Eucharistic Congress which took place in Dublin, the year earlier. It charts the steadfast fidelity of the Irish People to the Mass through persecution and penal times, up to Catholic Emancipation and beyond. This book has a massive resonance in the Ireland post 2020, where religious liberty has been encroached upon consistently without justification. Fr Augustine OFM Cap is an eloquent writer and keen historian, making this book a page turner and one of the most important Irish books of this time.