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18th Feb '18 6:50:03 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* Military thriller ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' has Father Murphy, who memorably ministers to protagonist John Rumford and some new converts in the field during the battle for Boston.
1st Dec '17 7:45:58 PM angie710
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* One appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', along with [[IrishmanAndAJew a rabbi]]. Alton asks the priest about corned beef in Ireland, and the priest replies that he doesn't eat it. The rabbi doesn't provide much insight into the origin of the dish, either. The nutritional anthropologist explains that a traditional dish in Ireland is ''[[EverythingIsBetterWithBacon bacon]]'' and cabbage. When Irish immigrants came to the US, bacon was out of the financial reach of many of them. But they ''did'' have lots of new Jewish neighbors, who couldn't eat bacon because of Kosher laws forbidding pork and pork products. They had lots of brisket, though, and showed their new Irish neighbors a way of preserving it that renders a meat product ''kind of, sort of'' like bacon. As a result, it became the replacement for bacon in the traditional dish in the US. (In fact, it's so popular that if St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Friday during Lent, when meat is forbidden to Catholics, the Catholic Church actually ''grants an exception to that rule'' for corned beef and cabbage!)

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* One appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', along with [[IrishmanAndAJew a rabbi]]. Alton asks the priest about corned beef in Ireland, and the priest replies that he doesn't eat it. The rabbi doesn't provide much insight into the origin of the dish, either. The nutritional anthropologist explains that a traditional dish in Ireland is ''[[EverythingIsBetterWithBacon ''[[EverythingsBetterWithBacon bacon]]'' and cabbage. When Irish immigrants came to the US, bacon was out of the financial reach of many of them. But they ''did'' have lots of new Jewish neighbors, who couldn't eat bacon because of Kosher laws forbidding pork and pork products. They had lots of brisket, though, and showed their new Irish neighbors a way of preserving it that renders a meat product ''kind of, sort of'' like bacon. As a result, it became the replacement for bacon in the traditional dish in the US. (In fact, it's so popular that if St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Friday during Lent, when meat is forbidden to Catholics, the Catholic Church actually ''grants an exception to that rule'' for corned beef and cabbage!)
1st Dec '17 7:45:12 PM angie710
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* One appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', along with [[IrismanAndAJew a rabbi]]. Alton asks the priest about corned beef in Ireland, and the priest replies that he doesn't eat it. The rabbi doesn't provide much insight into the origin of the dish, either. The nutritional anthropologist explains that a traditional dish in Ireland is ''[[BaconAddiction bacon]]'' and cabbage. When Irish immigrants came to the US, bacon was out of the financial reach of many of them. But they ''did'' have lots of new Jewish neighbors, who couldn't eat bacon because of Kosher laws forbidding pork and pork products. They had lots of brisket, though, and showed their new Irish neighbors a way of preserving it that renders a meat product ''kind of, sort of'' like bacon. As a result, it became the replacement for bacon in the traditional dish in the US. (In fact, it's so popular that if St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Friday during Lent, when meat is forbidden to Catholics, the Catholic Church actually ''grants an exception to that rule'' for corned beef and cabbage!)

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* One appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', along with [[IrismanAndAJew [[IrishmanAndAJew a rabbi]]. Alton asks the priest about corned beef in Ireland, and the priest replies that he doesn't eat it. The rabbi doesn't provide much insight into the origin of the dish, either. The nutritional anthropologist explains that a traditional dish in Ireland is ''[[BaconAddiction ''[[EverythingIsBetterWithBacon bacon]]'' and cabbage. When Irish immigrants came to the US, bacon was out of the financial reach of many of them. But they ''did'' have lots of new Jewish neighbors, who couldn't eat bacon because of Kosher laws forbidding pork and pork products. They had lots of brisket, though, and showed their new Irish neighbors a way of preserving it that renders a meat product ''kind of, sort of'' like bacon. As a result, it became the replacement for bacon in the traditional dish in the US. (In fact, it's so popular that if St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Friday during Lent, when meat is forbidden to Catholics, the Catholic Church actually ''grants an exception to that rule'' for corned beef and cabbage!)
1st Dec '17 7:44:40 PM angie710
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* One appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', along with [[IrismanAndAJew a rabbi]]. Alton asks the priest about corned beef in Ireland, and the priest replies that he doesn't eat it. The rabbi doesn't provide much insight into the origin of the dish, either. The nutritional anthropologist explains that a traditional dish in Ireland is ''[[BaconAddiction bacon]]'' and cabbage. When Irish immigrants came to the US, bacon was out of the financial reach of many of them. But they ''did'' have lots of new Jewish neighbors, who couldn't eat bacon because of Kosher laws forbidding pork and pork products. They had lots of brisket, though, and showed their new Irish neighbors a way of preserving it that renders a meat product ''kind of, sort of'' like bacon. As a result, it became the replacement for bacon in the traditional dish in the US. (In fact, it's so popular that if St. Patrick's Day happens to fall on a Friday during Lent, when meat is forbidden to Catholics, the Catholic Church actually ''grants an exception to that rule'' for corned beef and cabbage!)
9th Oct '17 12:59:20 AM LB7979
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* Father Daniel Wales from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'' as traits of this, despite his last name and [[{{Subverted}} not even Christian himself]][[note]]he actually preacher of a ''Cult'' that [[BigBad Sofia Lamb]] created for experiments[[/note]].

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* Father Daniel Wales from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'' as has traits of this, despite his last name and him [[{{Subverted}} not even being Christian himself]][[note]]he himself]]. [[note]]He actually is preacher of a ''Cult'' that [[BigBad Sofia Lamb]] created for experiments[[/note]].
25th Aug '17 7:34:11 PM Franco-America2018
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* Father Daniel Wales from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'', despite his last name.

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* Father Daniel Wales from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'', 2}}'' as traits of this, despite his last name.name and [[{{Subverted}} not even Christian himself]][[note]]he actually preacher of a ''Cult'' that [[BigBad Sofia Lamb]] created for experiments[[/note]].
23rd Dec '16 4:26:12 AM Morgenthaler
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5th Dec '16 1:32:19 AM AgProv
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* In ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', the Seattle radio station's religious presenter is Father Mike, who in accent and demanour is affably Irish-American. Except for his surname being a Spanish one (Mendosa). This infers that ''all'' priests ''become'' Irish, regardless of ethnic origin.
15th Nov '16 11:50:15 PM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Sharpe}}'' has an Irish priest in Spain, who turns out to be something of a {{Badass}}.

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* One episode of ''Series/{{Sharpe}}'' has an Irish priest in Spain, who turns out to be something of a {{Badass}}.badass.
7th Sep '16 10:48:52 AM Geoduck
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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' recently introduced Brother Ulm, a monk in the Corbettites, a monastic order devoted to operating a politically neutral free-to-all rail liner service throughout Europa. He serves as the conductor aboard the [[CoolTrain Wyrm of Limerick]]

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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' recently introduced One''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' plot-arc features Brother Ulm, a monk in the Corbettites, a monastic order devoted to operating a politically neutral free-to-all rail liner service throughout Europa. He serves as the conductor aboard the [[CoolTrain Wyrm of Limerick]]Limerick]], and eventually [[spoiler: has his consciousness transferred and becomes the controlling intellect on a new super-train.]]
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