Full title: Maynooth Mission to Africa: the story of St. Patrick’s, Kiltegan
Creator / Author: Thomas Kiggins
Item Type / Page count: Book / 297p
When Published: 1991
Publisher / Place of Publication: Gill & Macmillan Ltd. / Goldenbridge, Dublin 8.
About: This books gives an account of the history of St. Patrick’s Missionary Society which was founded in the late 1920’s. It covers the period from its founding until 1990. St. Patrick’s continues to operate from its base in High Park, Kiltegan in West Wicklow. The author is a member of the Society and provides a ‘warts and all’ description of the Society’s activities.
ID number(s): 071711824X
Chapters: Preface — Maps — Irish Diocesan Priests Volunteer for Nigeria — The Holy Rosary Sisters — St. Patrick’s Missionary Society is Founded — The Society is Established in Kiltegan and Calabar — Growth in the Midst of Difficulties — Shortcomings of the Founders — New Superiors and New Problems — The War Years — Post-war Initiatives — The Society Spreads to Eastern Africa — Postscript 1957–1990 — Sources and Notes – Appendix – Select Bibliography – Index.
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Extra #3: Includes sixteen pages of black & white photographs and four pages of maps.
Extra #4: Link to the St. Patrick’s Missionary Society website