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Lindsay J. Proudfoot and Dianne P. Hall

£730. 32 Management of the financial aid provided by the colonial government provoked fierce disagreements between the Catholic laity and Church hierarchy, particularly in Victoria during Goold’s episcopate, and also in New South Wales at the same period. 33 Goold interpreted these objections as evidence of disloyalty to the (Irish) Catholic Church. Writing to Dean Fitzpatrick while on a visit to Dublin

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Lindsay J. Proudfoot and Dianne P. Hall

skills which enabled many of them to flourish in the colonial economy. 51 In Argentina, the Irish Catholic Church established itself as a mediator between landowners and the state, on the one hand, and an Irish community that numbered perhaps 30,000 by 1860, on the other. Many of these emigrants had been encouraged to Argentina by the local Catholic hierarchy there, who were worried over the spiritual

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