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An irregular succession of Catholic abbots was still kept up, the last being Abbot Mac Cormack, who lived in France, but, returning to Ireland during the Reign of Terror, found a refuge at Maynooth College and died there in the early years of the nineteenth century.
Among the Abbots of Bangor few acquired fame, but many of the students did.
The name of two famous monastic establishments in Ireland and England.
(1) The Irish Abbey of Bangor was situated in the County Down, on the southern shore of Belfast Lough.
Rees; and though it is stated that he was an Armorican, and had been a soldier, and married, before he became a monk, it is not said that he was connected with Bangor.
Under his rule, which was rigid, prayer and fasting were incessant.A remnant of these latter found refuge in Wales, where they brooded over their wrongs, and being Christians themselves, refused to preach the Gospel to their conquerors. Augustine came to England, in the last years of the sixth century, he visited the Britons in Wales.Their moral condition was then bad; they clung to the old mode of celebrating Easter, and some errors of doctrine had also crept into their creed.Findchua has his life written in the Book of Lismore ; Luanus founded 100 monasteries and St. From Bangor Columbanus and Gall crossed the sea, the former to found Luxeuil and Bobbio, the latter to evangelize Switzerland.In the ninth century a Bangor student, Dungal, defended orthodoxy against the Western iconoclasts.
By the Statute of Kilkenny the "mere Irish " were excluded from it, though it did not prosper thereby.