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In Bloom

For a couple of weeks, I have been closely watching my rose bushes, checking on the progress of their blooms. At least once a day, I stand and gaze at the beauty of them. 184 more words

Stained glass from St Mary's Church, Grangemockler, Tipperary

Grangemockler Church is most famous for its links to Michael Hogan, victim of the 1920 Bloody Sunday and namesake of the stand.
It has a selection of attractive stained glass, including images of a pelican (believed to feed it’s own blood to its young, and therefore akin to Christ, more info… 80 more words

Tipperary

St. Patrick - Pvris

Dang. How is this session so good!? Honestly I think it’s ruined the original for me a little bit because I always want to listen to this version now haha. 31 more words

Music

A Letter from St. Patrick to his Father, written in his head

I have begun
to learn
to pray
again.

Now I see
that prayer
is not
a wooden
fence I try

to build. Rather it is… 45 more words

Poetry

Bagpipes on St Patrick's Day!

Happy St Patrick’s Day!

It was so exciting to have the Father of three of our students at our Primary location play the bagpipe for us all! 137 more words

News

Saints and Demons at Brigid's Shrine - Co. Louth Megalith Tour Part 2

The main reason I was in Co. Louth was for Tommy McGovern’s gig at the Spirit Store in Dundalk. I’ll wait until Tommy hits the big time and sell the story to NME. 1,210 more words

Celtic Mythology