Ref. No: 0369 Irish America: Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade

////Ref. No: 0369 Irish America: Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade

Ref. No: 0369 Irish America: Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade

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Country: USA
Year: 30.04.1995
Dur: 25.33

The American Civil War was undoubtedly the most traumatic event in American history. The Catholic Irish, anxious to prove they were good Americans, joined the Union Forces in great numbers. The patriotism and courage of the Irish Brigade and the ‘Fighting 69th’ is legendary, so too is the story of their chaplain, Fr. William Corby.

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Ref No: 369 – Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade
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Ref No: 377 – The Church and the Trade Unions 
Ref No: 378 – Archbishop John Ireland 
Ref No: 379 – City Politics 
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Ref No: 381 – Sacred Space 
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