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Nantosuelta: Domestic Goddess

Nantosuelta was a Gaulish goddess, although traces of her worship have turned up in Germany, Luxembourg and Britain. She can be identified by the little house that she often carries, which looks like a birdhouse on the end of a long pole. 706 more words


The Scottish Umpire 15/05/1888 - Opening of Celtic's Ground

The ground of the Celtic F.C. was opened last Tuesday night, the Hibernians and Cowlairs doing the needful. From start to finish the game was of the hardest description, both teams experiencing the worst of luck in not scoring, time arriving without being scored. 89 more words


THE SCOTTISH UMPIRE 17/04/1888 - Cancellation of Renton v Hibernian


The Celtic club which has been formed in the east end of Glasgow had hoped to bring off their ceremony on the afternoon of Exhibition-day, May 8, but the arrangements have fallen through. 65 more words


Northumbrian Celtic Devotions

So – how is it going as we approach Easter together? Which are you finding is easier to keep and which is hardest? Mornings? Middays? Evenings? 285 more words


The Scottish Umpire 27/03/1888 - Progress report on Celtic Park

The Scottish Umpire 27/03/1888

“Our readers, especially those in the east end, will be pleased to hear that the Celtic F.C.’s ground is rapidly approaching completion. 166 more words


St Mary's Central Council 1887

The below article was published in The Glasgow Observer on Saturday February 12th 1887.

“St. Mary’s – On Sunday a large meeting of this congregation was held in the schoolroom to elect delegates to the central council.   241 more words


Celtic Devotions 4th March

Reading : Psalm 22 vs 1-11
Meditation : consider Jesus,  the Son of God,  the Son of Man
Pray in humble response.
Suffering Saviour, we bow before You. 88 more words