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Sic fatus opertum
detexit tenuitque caput. iam languida morte
effigies habitum noti mutaverat oris.
non primo Caesar damnavit munera visu
avertitque oculos; voltus, dum crederet, haesit; 235 more words

Three Marks and a Luke

Though the English-speaker is inclined to pronounce the name Marcion as Mar-see-on (alternatively Marsh-on), a Greek speaker would have pronounced his name Mark-ee-on.

In that sense, it is interesting that none of the early heresiologists, such as Irenaeus or Tertullian, pieced together that Marcion’s scaled down Luke-like gospel might have actually been the original Gospel of Mark. 795 more words


Concert Times

Our summer concert will be held in the Rathfarnham Educate Together National School on Sunday 8th May.

Concert 1:  11:30-12:15

Concert 2: 12:45-1:30pm

Concert 3:  2pm-2:45pm… 34 more words


Music Lessons Lucan

We are now taking bookings for September 2016.  If you would like to know more about us, please join us for our open day on May 14th from 10:30pm-12pm or in Rathfarnham from 2pm-4:30pm.  27 more words


Mother of all Craft Shows

Hey Everyone!

I’ve just booked another event for this spring and wanted to share with you.

I will be attending the Mother of all Craft Shows, in Lucan, Ontario on May 7, 2016.   87 more words

Fine Art

Quack, Quack

A load of ducks in a stream in Lucan Dublin today. After a ‘quack’ bit of research, I now know that a group of ducks is called a ‘team’, a ‘raft’, or a ‘paddling’.


Disappearing Act: the tale of a title lost (and found)

The recently reported grant of a declaration of presumed death on an application by George Bingham,  son of the 7th  Earl of Lucan, marks a milestone in the development of the  law of inheritance, and will be of great benefit to those whose lives have been affected by the disappearance of a relative. 1,031 more words