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Born in Meath, hanged drawn and quartered in London

St Oliver PLUNKETT, martyr and Archbishop of Armagh, born Oldcastle, Co Meath 1629. A victim of Titus Oates’ ‘Papish Plot’, he was found guilty of high treason “for promoting the Catholic faith” and was condemned to be hanged, drawn and quartered. 52 more words

Saint Ciarán of Clonmacnoise

I am not particularly religious, but I believe that when you make a promise to a person, you should keep it. Even if that person died 1,470 years ago. 836 more words

Beautiful Men