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The ancient rock-cut tombs by the Lancashire coast

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m especially interested in particularly old and unusual graves, and the subject of today’s post definitely falls into that category.   1,323 more words

Graveyards

The Life & Example of St. Patrick

Taking break from our series on the Christian Creeds, it seemed appropriate to focus for a day on Ireland’s beloved saint – Patrick. His life and devotion not only serve to model the Creeds, but inspire us to live a Christ-like life with hope among people who don’t know the love of Christ. 9 more words

Pinedale

St. Patrick's Cathedral

The mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral was a great experience. The cathedral was the most beautiful church that I have ever visited. The stained glass windows were elegant and the church itself was huge. 207 more words

Day 3: On the Road to Galway Part 1: Hill of Tara

The National Museum of Ireland in Dublin features an exhibit about the Hill of Tara, located in County Meath. (Photo below.)

Today I saw the real thing. 229 more words

History And More

Day in Dublin, Ireland.

Ireland has always been a place that I wanted to visit.  I wouldn’t rank it very high on the list, but ever since living in England I knew that this would be my chance to visit because of the proximity.   401 more words

London

“We need to wage a quiet war on the forces that are threatening to destroy the humanity of our world by living differently, by refusing to be another loud voice in the cacophony of opinion that constantly surrounds us.”   Colleen C. 140 more words

Faith

March 18: Shamrock

Shamrock is the flower of the day for March 18. Surprisingly, it is NOT the flower of the day for St. Patrick’s Day, which is celebrated on March 17. 77 more words

Language Of Flowers