June 25, 1970

The ban restricting Catholics from attending Trinity College Dublin is finally lifted on this day in 1970. Through the help of the then Archbishop of Dublin John McQuaid, the Roman Catholic church removes its policy of disapproval or even excommunication for Catholics who enrolled at Trinity College without the proper permission. Authorities at the school also allow for a Catholic chaplain to be based at the college.

One Response to “June 25, 1970”

  1. Harry Hackett says:

    Maynouth payoff for catholic church staying out of 1798 remember that foljs

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