Full title: “With much quiet fervour”: a brief history of Dunlavin Roman Catholic Parish and St. Nicholas of Myra Church
Creator / Author: Chris Lawlor
Item Type / Page count: Book / 80pp
When Published: 2018
Publisher / Place of Publication: The Author / Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow
About: This book is a history of the Roman Catholic church of Saint Nicholas of Myra in Dunlavin, West Wicklow. The author, a local historian of note, also expands the text to include the wider story of Catholic worship in the community both before and after the church building itself was erected.
ID number(s): 9780953294756
Contents: Acknowledgements — Foreword — Introduction — Context: Catholicism in the Dunlavin area before the nineteenth century — Construction: Catholicism in Dunlavin parish in the nineteenth century — Change: Catholicism in Dunlavin parish in the twentieth century — Challenge: Catholicism in Dunlavin parish in the twenty-first century — Appendix – Endnotes.
Extra #1: Illustrated throughout with multiple black and white photographs.
Extra #2: Includes text of poem ‘Lines on St. Nicholas’s Well, Tournant, Dunlavin’ by Canon James Whittle (pp.23-24).
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Extra #4: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.
Extra #5: A review of this book appears in the Journal of the West Wicklow Historical Society, Number Ten, 2019.
Extra #6: Link to the author’s blog.