Haydock Catholic Bible Commentary. Haydock Catholic Bible Commentary. Haydock Catholic Bible Commentary Text Courtesy of Used by. See this online ebook: George Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary, edition: A Catholic Bible commentary compiled by the late Rev. HAYDOCK CATHOLIC BIBLE COMMENTARY. This Catholic commentary on the New Testament, following the Douay-Rheims Bible text, was originally.
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Immigration from Ireland, especially resulting from the catastrophic Potato Famine beginning inmeant that a large part of Haydock’s congregation was Irish. As Haydock states in his Preface, “To obviate the misinterpretations of the many heretical works which disgrace the Scripture, and deluge this unhappy country, has been one main design of the present undertaking. Haydock’s older sister Margaret Sister Stanislaus, O. However, modern historian Cimmentary A.
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As were many editions of the Bible at the time, Haydock’s was published and sold by subscription, a few leaves at a time. Among three daughters, Margaret Haydock ? We have to preach twice on all the Sabbath Days, which term denotes all I holidays, during which, the service lasts about five hours; we have to baptize, prepare people for their first communion, with great solicitude, as well as for confirmation and the last sacrament; we have to perform what is requisite for the solemnization of marriage, and the burial of the dead, privately; we also have to church women, though we do not go to their houses for that purpose!
In the church built a community centre named in Haydock’s honor. I wonder if the original webmaster moved it to another website?
Haydock Catholic Bible Commentary
Jerome in the Roman Rite. At one point, Haydock is credited with dissuading haydocl Irish gang from a planned attack against these authorities, apparently using influence earned from his pastoral work.
The inspired Hebrew and Greek text of the Holy Scriptures is itself uttered by God in all of its parts. The following history of editions shows how the Haydock Bible with its changes over the years has made a continuing commenntary to Catholic apologetics:. A Bishop was called a Vicar Apostolic and presided over “missions” in his jurisdiction.
On 5 August that year, the 19 year old George Haydock managed to avoid capture and made a harrowing escape back to England in the company of his brother and fellow student, Thomas. The original memorial tablet erected in his memory has been lost, but was recently replaced with haydoco copy. His publications also include an table entitled The Tree of Lifedepicting a summary of Church history from Adam to the current time.
Haydock must have considered this especially ironic since he had received a letter from Smith’s predecessor in the Northern District, William Commsntarypraising two of Haydock’s uncles the “greatest benefactors” of the College at Crook Hall. Although George Leo was the youngest son, he and his older sister Elizabeth appear to have been entrusted with handling the family finances.
Retrieved from ” https: Haydock’s first assignment was at Ugthorpe, Yorkshire, a poor rural mission. The Haydock name became so popular and so closely associated with English Catholic Bibles in the 19th century that at least one publisher ca.
Inat eleven years of age, he was sent to further his education at the English College, DouaiEnglish spelling, Douay or Doway France, established in the 16th century for Catholic exiles, where provision was made for secondary education. An incident of particular note during Haydock’s pastorate occurred in He commentar ordained a priest there inand remained as a professor untilwhen the pastoral phase of his career began.
Given the enormous scope of annotating the entire Bible, he was unable to maintain the demanding production schedule in addition to his pastoral duties at Ugthorpe. There was contemporary criticism that haste commentarj preparation of the commentary resulted in some errors.
Hardly considered a desirable assignment, the small, poor Ugthorpe Mission was nonetheless a challenge enthusiastically met by the young priest. After a stay at St.
This was despite a petition by Haydock’s Whitby parishioners to Smith expressing “regret to hear your Lordship’s intention is to remove from us our most worthy and most beloved Pastor The Rev’d Geo Leo Haydock.
Online ebook: Haydock’s Catholic Bible and Commentary, 1859 edition
As Haydock states in his Preface, “To obviate the misinterpretations of the many heretical works which disgrace the Scripture, haudock deluge this unhappy country, has been one main design of the present undertaking.
All this we perform gratis. The latter website also has links to non-Catholic commentaries that readers without sufficient theological formation may suitably avoid. I agree with Neobonaventurean.
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Regretfully, these were never published, probably due to the erratic fortunes of his brother, Thomas. He promptly repaired and improved the existing execrable thatched roof structure that served as a Catholic chapel and shortly thereafter began planning for a new one.
This commentary was partly original and partly compiled from Patristic writings and the writings of later Bible scholars. Notify me of new posts via email. However, I found that the number and length of the annotations is too great to become a modern hayvock printable on Print-on-Demand Equipment.
For example, in his note to Exodus A photograph taken shortly before its demolition shows it to be a two story brick house with pitched roof comentary two chimneys.