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Jerry Kelly replied to Kelly O'Rourke's discussion 'The Great Hunger': Famine or Genocide?
"We know which landlords drove their tenants out of their homes and when.  But others tried to help, and individual landlords have the capacity to commit murder, not genocide.  We know exactly when the British government stopped trying to…"
Jan 20, 2015
Ryan O'Rourke commented on Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3
"Fixed that link. Thanks for the heads-up, Murray!"
Dec 21, 2014
Murray Ginnane commented on Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3
"Great research, & great pages, as is the wont to be found on TheWildGeese !!!   Jerry Kelly, -- I think that the 2 links at the bottom of the article 3,  -- to articles 1 & 2 ,  are mixed up ?   They both seem…"
Dec 21, 2014
Patrick Francis Deady liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3
Dec 21, 2014
Gerry Regan liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3
Dec 20, 2014
Jerry Kelly's blog post was featured

Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3

Na Mná / The WomenÓ am go ham, feicimid sna hAnnála tagairt do mhná céile agus d'iníonacha na cléire oidhreachtúla, mar sna samplaí thíos.From time to time, we see in the Annals mention of the wives and daughters of the hereditary clergy, as in the examples below.1077 A.D.Aillbe ingen ind abad bean rig…See More
Dec 19, 2014
Patricia Brennan liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 2
Nov 30, 2014
Jean Sullivan Cardinal liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 2
Nov 29, 2014
Gerry Regan liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 2
Nov 28, 2014
Jerry Kelly's blog post was featured

Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 2

As mentioned in Part 1, our ecclesiastical families married and had children.  Generation after generation, they provided an abundant supply of holy men, holy women, and scholars.  They thereby…See More
Nov 28, 2014
Jerry Kelly and Éamon McInerney are now friends
Nov 22, 2014
Patrick Francis Deady commented on Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families)
"Just my own strong opinion but pity the day that ever a roman nose was poked into our Irish affairs. I would love to go back to those days. At least it wouldn't be like it is now, nearly impossible to find a priest. A plague on their house if…"
Nov 13, 2014
Gerry Regan liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families)
Nov 13, 2014
Jerry Kelly's blog post was featured

Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 1

Are you descended from any of Ireland's hundreds of hereditary ecclesiastical families?  Many of us can point to our warrior and royal ancestors.  But how many of us know about our ecclesiastical ancestors?  That's right.  Our ecclesiastical ancestors married, had children, maintained the church's properties, and staffed…See More
Nov 13, 2014
Gerry Regan liked Jerry Kelly's blog post Féasta Chultúr na nGael / A Feast of Gaelic Culture
Oct 31, 2014
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Féasta Chultúr na nGael / A Feast of Gaelic Culture

This Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10AM to 3PM, Molloy College's Irish Studies Institute will host a Feast of Gaelic Culture in Long Island, New York with free workshops in the Irish Language, modern Irish Genealogy, Seanchas (ancient Irish law, history, and genealogy), sean-nós singing, uillean piping, the great pipes, céilí…See More
Oct 29, 2014

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Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 3

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 9:30pm 2 Comments

Na Mná / The Women

Ó am go ham, feicimid sna hAnnála tagairt do mhná céile agus d'iníonacha na cléire oidhreachtúla, mar sna samplaí thíos.…

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Finte Eaglasta Oidhreachtúla na hÉireann (Ireland's Hereditary Ecclesiastical Families) - Part 1

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 9:30am 1 Comment

Are you descended from any of Ireland's hundreds of hereditary ecclesiastical families?  Many of us can point to our warrior and royal ancestors.  But how many of us know about our ecclesiastical…

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Féasta Chultúr na nGael / A Feast of Gaelic Culture

Posted on October 29, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

This Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10AM to 3PM, Molloy College's Irish Studies Institute will host a Feast of Gaelic Culture in Long Island, New York with free…

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At 10:35pm on May 21, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Jerry, fàilte to The (New) Wild Geese. Looking forward to gaining the benefit of your many years of study of the Irish language and culture, and your own Irish story. After working together at An Gael Magazine 28 years ago, we have accomplished a reunion of sorts here. Again, my heartiest welcome to you. Ger

At 4:01am on May 22, 2013, Ryan O'Rourke said…

Welcome, Jerry!

I see you're a long-time acquaintance of Ger.  Very good.  Glad to have you aboard here ... looking forward to learning more about your background and work amongst the Irish-American community!

~ Ryan

At 11:41am on May 22, 2013, Jerry Kelly said…

Go raibh maith agat, a Ríán.  /  Thank you, Ryan.

Déanfaidh mé mo dhícheall rud éigin suimiúl a rá le linn na seachtaine seo.

I'll try to say something interesting this week.

Le gach dea-ghuí / Best,

Jerry

At 1:34am on November 12, 2013, Tom O Connor said…

Jerry,

Just discovered you! Would like to find out more about the Seanchas you research and the books you produce. Interested especially in the Iron Age up to the 10th century! I have published "Ireland's Queen Maeve' with Amazon's CreateSpace. Have you any material on the first few centuries AD?  Thank you.

Tom O Connor

tomo.connor@yahoo.co.uk   

 

At 5:06am on December 21, 2013, Joe Kelly said…

From one Kelly to another.

Happy Christmas - Joe

www.kellyclanireland.com

At 6:00pm on March 20, 2014, Joe Kelly said…
Belated Happy St Patricks day.
I'll try to get it right for Easter (when's Easter)
Joe

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