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The Oratory: stap in het driedimensionale Boek van Kells

De meeste mensen hebben er geen weet van. Maar in de Ierse kustplaats Dun Laoghaire (‘dun leerie’) staat een klein kunstwonder: the Oratory of the Sacred Heart. 730 more words


Jesus of Nazareth was a man depicted by the early writers of Christian scripture as peaceful, compassionate, yet revolutionary.  His followers, calling themselves “the Way”, lived communally, healed the sick, and preached love.  288 more words


April 30th

Sunday, April 30th: Food, exploration, Trinity College!

On Sunday, I wandered leisurely to the Temple Bar area of Dublin. It was my last full day in Ireland, I didn’t have any plans, but I knew there were a few things I wanted to accomplish before I left. 1,016 more words

Mental Health

Dublin: City of Guinness

As you may already know, my dad and I are on a trip to Ireland! We flew in yesterday, after several long flights from Calgary. 703 more words

Book Of Kells

Iona Abbey - Celtic Christianity #atozchallenge

Early Christians liked remote places and in Britain, they spread Christianity into the least populated areas. While Saxon Christians crept up from the south, or came across the North Sea to Northumbria to Lindisfarne Island, others spread Christianity via the Celtic heartlands of Ireland and Scotland. 584 more words


Scroll inspired by the Book of Kells

I made a scroll for a Nordmark award, Vita Portens Väktare that´s given out for fighting and fencing for Abel Grelsson. I don´t know him so well but I was told he play mostly viking or renaissance so I chose to try to do a scroll based on the Book of Kells for him something I had not done before. 167 more words


St. Maewyn’s Day

You may know this fellow better by his adopted name: Patrick.

Patrick was named Maewyn Succat when he was born circa 385 CE to a wealthy Roman family in either Wales or Scotland. 515 more words

Quill & Ink