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White in A history of St Columba’s College, 1981: ‘He was much attracted by the Oxford Movement and, although always moderate and level-headed in his churchmanship, he was marked down by Irish Protestants as a dangerous Romaniser: to this erroneous view of him he contributed by combating, in his Donnellan Lectures of 1838-9, the popular Protestant doctrine that the Pope was Antichrist ··· White, cibé brí atá leis, in A history of St Columba’s College (1981): ‘He was stimulated by Sewell to get himself taught the Irish language, which he had spoken vernacularly as a boy.’ Léiríonn White an t-éacht a rinne Todd ar son an choláiste sin
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