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Bilts hoogkruis: Ierse roots of Biltse folklore?

Wie aan een Iers hoogkruis denkt, ziet waarschijnlijk mistige Ierse valleien en oude Keltische kloosters met vroom prevelende monniken voor zich. Waar anders zou je zo’n kruis vinden? 1,298 more words


Lough Derg Pilgrimages

Jubilee Year of Mercy

Pilgrimage Season opens on Sunday 1st May with
One Day Retreats which continue on 2,7,8,10,14,15,17,21,22,23,28,29 & 30th of May.
Booking is essential. 39 more words

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St Colman's Well, Cullomane East

At first sight, this little well does not look terribly exciting or interesting but looks can be deceptive! This area is bursting with interesting archaeological remains, evidence that it has been spiritually significant for many millennia. 630 more words


Flanagan's On The Lake

It’s well known that RTE 2FM‘s cheeky chappy DJ Rick O’Shea is a craft beer aficionado. I’ve even bumped into him myself at the… 928 more words

Irish Whiskey

A stroll along the shores of Lough Derg, Co Donegal

This is Pilgrim Paths week which reminded me of a recent visit to the shores of Lough Derg, Co Donegal.  Lough Derg lake is home to St Patrick’s Purgatory (located on Station Island) one of Ireland’s oldest and most popular pilgrim sites. 928 more words

St Patrick, Station Island and Seamus Heaney

St Patrick’s Purgatory, an ancient pilgrimage site on Station Island in Lough Derg in County Donegal is, according to legend, the site where Christ took St Patrick to show him a cave that was the entrance to Purgatory. 737 more words

Irish Literature