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Sermon: God with Us

September 16, 2018, Celtic Worship: Bless to Me #1

Text: Psalm 113

Title: God with Us

Many of us feel that we are always running. We wake up. 1,696 more words


Brehon Law: The Senchus Mór

The Senchus Mór, is the foundation text of the most sophisticated law tradition in Europe of a thousand years ago. The body of law as a whole is often called “Brehon Law” but is properly called Fenechus, which means “that which relates to the Feine” the free classes that formed the main body of Irish society. 283 more words

Irish History

"Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents"*...

During St. Patrick’s Day, most revelers won’t remember the patron saint of Ireland for his role as a snake killer. But legend holds that the Christian missionary rid the slithering reptiles from 

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St. Patricks Cathedral, County Armagh

Standing on a hill in Armagh City, the twin spires of St Patricks Cathedral dominate the skyline and can be seen from quite a distance away. 130 more words


Oppa’s Pill

I’ve been working on a brief view of the history of my little village of Uphill, just pulling legends and fact together… this isn’t finished but here we are so far: 395 more words


2018 Season

The following is important information regarding the 2018 season for both junior and senior players.


All new and returning players are asked to attend a brief meeting on Wednesday, September 5th, at lunch, in the main gym… 170 more words


Catacombs, Pudding, and Holland Taylor

Maybe rats and other creepy crawlies come to mind when thinking of the underground world of New York City. You take the subway? You’ve probably seen a rat. 743 more words