St... Malachy's College, Belfast
The Very Rev. J. Hendley , D.D.
St. Malachy's College, Belfast, is one of the most famous schools in the Province. Up to 1829, when the Catholic Emancipation Act came into existence, the penal laws prevented the foundation of any Catholic institutions like St. Malachy's, but five years later the college was founded. The story of its early days makes interesting listening and the names of many of its students are famous. Among them may be mentioned Father Vincent McNabb , one of the best-known public speakers in England and an authoritative writer on sociology, art, literature, and theology; Sir Alexander Dempsey , who became a famous doctor in Belfast ; and a celebrity of the legal world, Lord Charles Russell , who became Attorney-General for England, Lord of Appeal, and, finally, Lord Chief Justice of England.
Very Rev. J.
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