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continue reading To become the mother of the Savior, Mary "was enriched by God with gifts appropriate to such a role."132 The angel Gabriel at the moment of the annunciation salutes her as "full of grace".

They arrived to the port of Philadelphia, and spread south via the spine of the Appalachians.

Many of the traits that non-Americans perceive as “Yankee” are ironically those of Scots-Irish, who were most certainly Yankees (i.e., Puritan New Englanders).

Their’s was part of the founding culture of the United States, and it still leaves its stamp on our society in its politics and mores, for good or ill (that depends on your perspective! But one aspect of Scots-Irish identity is that to a great extent it has decoupled itself from any “Old Country” consciousness.

A broad swath of the Eastern American Uplands is dominated by people who give their as American.

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An Irish Catholic priest has asked Christians to give up the words 'Christmas' and 'Easter,' because they have been hijacked by secular culture. Desmond O'Donnell says they should be replaced with new words that are distinctly Christian.

The word Advent derives from the Latin word meaning coming. We may reflect that every year at this time we celebrate his coming , so that in a sense we can lose the feeling of expectancy and joyful anticipation, because at the end of the season, everything seems to return to pretty much the same routine.

But another aspect which must be acknowledged is that the early American republic also saw the emergence of a white man’s republic, where implicit white identity gave way to the expansion of suffrage to non-property holding white males as a natural right, and the revocation of what suffrage existed for non-whites based on their racial character.

The Scots-Irish were a major part of this cultural evolution, being as they were generally part of the broad non-slave holding class in the South and Border States.

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