Irish College, Douai


The Irish College was a seminary at Douai, France, for Irish Roman Catholics in exile on the continent to study for the priesthood, modelled on the English College there. It was originally founded in 1603 by Christopher Cusack, with the support of Philip III of Spain, as a Spanish foundation and endowed with 5,000 florins a year by the King of Spain. The course of studies lasted six years and the students attended lectures at the university of Douai. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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