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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George Haydock’s studies were interrupted inwhen the United Kingdom declared war on France. Although George Hayydock was commentaey youngest son, he and his older sister Elizabeth appear to have been entrusted commenntary handling the family finances. However, modern historian Muchael A. By any chance, did you construct the Haydock site? May Learn how and when to remove this template message.
The following history of editions shows how the Haydock Bible with its changes over the years has made a continuing contribution to Catholic apologetics:. At this point, a series of problems began coming to a head.
However, I found that the number and length of the annotations is too great to become a modern work printable on Print-on-Demand Equipment. Haydock also wrote lengthier works paraphrasing the Psalms and Canticles of the Roman Office and began a series of Biblical Disquisitions intended as a supplement to his Bible.
Have a blessed Lent. There was contemporary criticism that haste in preparation of the commentary resulted in some errors.
Immigration from Ireland, especially resulting from the catastrophic Potato Famine beginning inmeant that a large part of Haydock’s congregation was Irish.
In the church built a community centre named in Haydock’s honor.
While at Whitby he also continued his practice of acquiring investment properties see diagram at right. This has my hope, too. George Leo Haydockscion of an ancient English Catholic Recusant family, was a priest, pastor and Bible scholar.
He also found time and opportunity to ply his property acquisition and management talents. However, given the spartan resources available for Catholic publishing in England at the time, the Commentar Bible must coommentary considered a remarkable achievement.
Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. The Haydock name became so popular and so closely associated with English Catholic Bibles in the 19th century that at least one publisher ca. Given the enormous scope commrntary annotating the entire Bible, he was unable to maintain the demanding production schedule in addition to his pastoral duties at Ugthorpe.
At one point, Haydock is credited with dissuading an Irish gang from a planned attack against these authorities, apparently using influence earned from his pastoral work.
Updated 16 February to include additional links. Although he was not destined to remain in Ugthorpe for the rest of his days, he would nonetheless complete his most memorable achievement while serving there. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! I wonder if the original webmaster moved it to another website?
All this we perform commentady. Powered by Light speed Technology. The Bible had long been used to advance the Protestant cause.
Monday, December 31st, the Monday after Christmas. Present day Traditional Roman Catholics who see uncertainty of purpose in the post-Conciliar Church have found inspiration in the English Catholic Recusant movement and in Father Haydock’s confident expression of Faith.
Overview – George Leo Haydock’s Catholic Bible Commentary
Finding the new version too difficult to understand? He and a group of colleagues compiled the New Testament portion of the commentary. Thank you very much for the information and commnetary, and I hope as well that the Haydock tripod site will be back when the bandwidth issues are resolved.
He would go on to serve poor Catholic missions in rural England. Jerome in the Roman Rite. Its substantial and continuing popularity is reflected in its long history of varied editions. As were many editions of the Bible at the time, Haydock’s was published and sold by subscription, a few leaves at a time.
While there, he continued his literary career with a series clmmentary prayer books see Other Published Works belowresponding to an increasing desire by Catholic congregations to increase participation in the Mass.
With the approbation of the Archbishop of New York, who described it thus: