M IR CHURCH REBUILD 1450-80 DIMINISHED, OVERRATED PILGRIM

M IR CHURCH REBUILD 1450-80 DIMINISHED, OVERRATED PILGRIM

M IR CHURCH REBUILD 1450-80 DIMINISHED, OVERRATED PILGRIM INCOME WAS NOT THE SOURCE OF THE HUGE FUNDS REQUIRED. JUST BECAUSE VATICAN RECORDS (PAPAL LETTERS) SURVIVE BUT CLAN DONALD FINLAGGAN CHARTERS DONT :- IR M THE PAST ATTRIBUTION TO ECCLESIASTICAL FUNDING HAS BEEN GROSSLY SKEWED AND EXAGGERATED. JOHN (II) Lord 1449. M IR

I O N A C AT H E D R A L I S C L A N D O N A L D ' S L E G A C Y JOHIS DE YLLE COMIS ROSSIE DOMINI INSULARUM (c.1450). c.1450. The monastery was collapsed, impoverished in its rents and of extreme poverty. {MacKinnon corruption and the Crisis of the late Middle Ages}. 1450-80. Lord John II MacDonald greatly enlarges and enhances the Abbey church to Cathedral standard. He did not opt for the frugal restoration of the existing church. He obviously used his treasury and resources, greatly boosted from 1438 by revenue from the recently acquired, large territories of Ross and Skye. It was : So comprehensive a scale as to involve the destruction of nearly three-fourths of the structure. L O R D J O H N M A C D O N A L D R E B U I LT s O F S T M A RY S C H U R C H I N TO A C AT H E D R A L . IR M M IR IR M SMALLER ORIGINAL CHURCH FINISHED BY DONALD, ANGUS MOR

PLAN OF ABBEY CATHEDRAL with CLOISTER, RANGES, ETC, ABOVE. M IR SMALL ORIGINAL CHURCH FINISHED BY DONALD, ANGUS MOR IR M EXPANDED CATHEDRAL BUILT BY LORD JOHN MACDONALD. PLAN OF ABBEY CATHEDRAL with CLOISTER, RANGES, ETC, ABOVE. IR M This political goal was the zenith of a many decades long sequence of connected events... BY SUCCESSIVE CLAN DONALD CHIEFS (FOUNDERS HEIRS), ABBOTTS, BISHOPS MANAGING CONDITIONALITY OF ENDOWMENT. 1386. 1387. M IR

IONA CATHEDRAL OF THE ISLES was raised by CLAN DONALD HIGH CHIEF, LORD OF THE ISLES, JOHIS DE YLLE COMIS ROSSIE DOMINI INSULARUM, c.1450-80 Donald (II) becomes Lord of the Isles. Imposed abbey governance restrictions on corrupt MacKinnon excess :-the greatest tyrant who had his lands from the goods of the monastery. Split from the opposing polity, Isle of Man, The Isles becomes a diocese in its own right, subject to York. c.1395-1421. 25 YEAR PARTNERSHIP of Donald (II) of Harlaw and Clan Donald Prior-Abbott, John MacAllister. Donald II defeated the hateful and corrupt MacKinnons attempted inside coup of the Lordship (their reaction to his abbey governance). Their Chief was hung; their wicked Abbot Finguine neutered by Donald and confined, despite Pope confirming him in possession 1397, but removed 1405 by commissio privationis. He was expelled by Prior John MacAllister, obviously Donalds new Abbey Manager, c.1395, who then commenced the long, difficult process of tracing and recovery of MacKinnons usurped Abbey property and reform of the impoverished, collapsed monastery. He devoted much of his career to securing full control of the monastic revenues as a preliminary to the repair of the abbey. THEY BROKE THE CORRUPTION AND NEPOTISM OF THE NEFARIOUS FINGUINES (1,2,3) MACKINNON FAMILY OF ABBOT, SON PRIOR, SON MONK (c.1350 1450) - THE moral delinquency of those wicked and perverse noblemen; unlawful occupier, the greatest tyrant.. 1412-1420. Donald (II) of Harlaw (1386-1421), gifted the prestigious, precious and status raising reliquary of St Columbas body part, via Abbot John MacAllister; 1433. Donald IIs son, Bishop Angus I, first native Bishop of the Isles, removed the Cathedra, Bishops Seat from Snizort, Skye to Iona; 1443.

Under Donald IIs son Alexander, the power of Clan Donald reached its high tide. He threatened to diminish the monastery by invoking the serious and real threat of removing the relics and bones of his progenitors who are buried therein (Iona) and the precious things which have been given. He was in fact threatening to shut the place down. By removing his ancestors bones (eg, to their Oransay, Saddell) the nexus of divine service for souls in return for endowments to the abbey was breached and under functional reciprocity there was no obligation to continue that recurring income. Alexander died in Dingwall, 1449; 1450-80. Lord John II MacDonald greatly enlarges and enhances the Abbey church to Cathedral standard. It was :So comprehensive a scale as to involve the destruction of nearly three-fourths (3/4s) of the structure. (1461 : Johns Grand treaty of ArdtornishWestminster with England. What EXPECTATIONS!) 1472. Donald IIs grandson, Angus II, becomes the Lordships second Bishop of the Isles. IR M IONA CATHEDRAL IS CLAN DONALD'S LEGACY, THE ROYAL FAMILY OF MACDONALD - FORMERLY KINGS OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF SCOTLAND AND THE ISLES INTERRUPTIONS : OVER EARLDOM OF ROSS,1402; JAMES I, I406. Incl., Battle of Harlaw, 1411; Alexander imprisoned, 1427; Battle of Inverlochy, 1431.

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