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Religious Studies
Course Code
RELG 205
Professor
Antone Minard

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Religion 205 March 18, 2013  St. Patrick’s Day • Late Roman Britain, post Roman Britain o Either Welsh, English, Scottish • Decent education o Two writings o Confession and Letter to the soldiers of Coroticus • Irish went where the English went o Canada: pre­famine, US: post­famine  Due to poor resource management between landowners and tenants o Irish mostly didn’t speak English  Mostly Catholic • Social tension (Irish speaking, mostly Catholic  ▯English speaking,  mostly Protestant) • Language didn’t distinguished the Irish, nor food o Religion becomes the distinguishers  Despised “taking our jobs” when they showed up • Same type of discrimination as other immigrant groups o Black Americans, Mexicans • Dirty, lazy, not industrious, rather get dru
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