"In the lives of St. Patrick, the two saints are invariably fused into one", said Prof. O'Rahilly in his lecture.
The lecture was a condensation from O’Rahilly’s book “The two Patricks: a lecture on the history of Christianity in fifth-century Ireland”. (4/5)
Date: 21st March 1942
Paper: The Irish Press
Headline: Palladius and Patrick | School Of Celtic Studies Lecture
Synopsis: The first public lecture under the auspices of the School of Celtic Studies was delivered in Trinity College by Professor T. F. O'Rahilly in 1942. (1/5)
As part of our ongoing participation in the @HistFest we decided to take a look into the Irish Newspaper Archives and see where DIAS made it into print over the last 80 years. There were so many articles, the hardest part was selecting what we would post. We hope you enjoy!
@NeasaMcG Schrödinger's work in causality was not well received by the religious authorities at the time
At the same time DIAS did have Catholic priests working on research projects in the early days, so there was not the conflict you might think between science and religion