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Author:

 

Pat O'Connell


Report:

 

31


Page:

 

59


Year:

 

2004


Subject Matter:

 

Religion and Religious Institutions



Excerpt:

 

The relationship between Ireland and Portugal was strong for over 400 years, primarily in the religious and educational spheres. There was an Irish College in Lisbon, that was badly damaged by the 1755 earthquake. After ordination some of the students then moved on to the Jesuit University of Évora, until 1759 when the Jesuits were expelled by the Marquis of Pombal.. 




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