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Excerpt from Illinois Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 11: July, 1928
On May 27, 1867, Archbishop Kenrick, accompanied by Father Pat rick J. Ryan, then pastor oi the Annunciation Church, left St. Louis for Cape Girardeau whence after the ordination of nine priests, they proceeded to Boston, and there took the Steamer Asia on June 5, en route for Rome. They landed in Ireland, and, after a brief stay, journeyed to Rome, where they were received with high honors. There they attended the celebration that had called them to Rome. In union with the assembled prelates, the Archbishop signed the solemn protest against the spoliation of the Holy See by the Italian revolutionists, and a declaration that the temporal power of the Pope was necessary for the freedom of the Church. Passing through Italy, Germany and France, the Archbishop returned to Dublin, where he spent delightful days Of rest amid the familiar scenes of his early life. It was in his native Dublin that he uttered from the pulpit the touching testimonial of his love for his native land: Ireland differs from other nations in this, that whilst these have have given martyrs to the Church, she is the martyr-nation of the world.
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