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IRELAND OF MY HEART
Félire Óengusso (“Martyrology of Óengus”)
The Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee (Author: Óengus mac Óengobann)
Corpus of Electronic Texts Edition
I. LEBAR BRECC
Cethardai cond-agar da cech elathain .i. locc & aimser & persa & fáth airicc.
IS fissi cid armad locc conesta ar tús, & aimser isin lucc thanaisi, & persa isin tres lucc, & fath airicc in fíne.
IS aire is locc ar tus, ar is fri cathardu & eclaisi do-miditer luicc .i. prim-luic, & cádus doib-side.
Fri rigu & tuathu didu do-miditer aimsera. Locc tanaisse do suidib.
Persa immorro isin tress lucc, ar is a h-eclais no a tuaith aircthid cacha h-elathan.
Tucait post, ara fríth fath rem-techtais dona filedaib archena meretrix.
No didu sechim na fellsam fil and .i. locc ar tús, ar is corpdai locc. Aimsear isin locc tanaisse, ar is nem-chorpdai. Persa isin tress lucc, ar is ó churp & nem-churp do-airis. Fath airic didu sicut dixit.
No is ord airic chrutai na n-dúl fil and .i. locc ar tús, ar is dia máirt do-rignead talum. Aimser isin lucc thanaisi, ar is dia cétain do-rígned grian & éscai, & is friu-side do-miditer aimsera. Persa isin tress lucc, ar is dia h-aine do-rígned in duine. Tucait immorro fo dera, ar is dia sathairn ros-bendach Dia na dúile & ro faillsig fáth a n-airicc.
IS h-i immorro aimser i n-dernai Oengus Aengus immorro M Ængoband, M Oiblein, M Fidrui, M Diarmuta, M Ainmirech, M Cellair, M Oengusa, M Natsluaig, M Coelbuid, M Cruind Ba Drai, M Echach Cobai. in Félire .i. aimser Aeda Ordnige maic Neill Fhrassaig, ar Continue reading “Félire Óengusso (“Martyrology of Óengus”) – Óengus mac Óengobann ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Irish”
Naomh Molaga na hÉireann agus a chuid mainistir (+655)
Sráidbhaile & mainistir in iardheisceart Chontae Chorcaí in Éirinn is ea Tigh Molaige Continue reading “Naomh Molaga na hÉireann agus a chuid mainistir (+655) ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Irish”
IRELAND & BRITISH ISLES
Holy Icon of All Saints of Ireland & British Isles
Co. Roscommon, Ireland
St Ethenea / Ethna & St Fidelmia / Fidelma (+433)
Saint Patrick of Ireland (+460)
St Patrick of Ireland
meeting and baptized Saints Ethenea & Fidelmia
Saints Virgins Ethenea (Ethna) and Fidelmia (Fedelma) of Ireland (+433)
Died 433. One summer day the little daughters of King Laoghaire of Connaught, Ethna and Fedelma, who were barely out of childhood and full of fun, went for their daily bath in a private place near the palace, a place to which no one ever came so early in the morning. But this special day they were surprised to hear voices and see tents encamped on the grassy slope near the pool.
There was a drone of a strange language and every now and again a sweet voice broke into song and mingled with that of the birds in the nearby woods and the murmuring of the river. Saint Patrick and his companions, who had arrived during the night with a message for the King of Connaught, were praying the Divine Office in Latin. Finally, each group spied the other.
The older princess asked, Who are you, and where do you come from?
Patrick hesitated, then said: We have more important things to tell you than just our names and where we’re from. We know who the one true God is whom you should adore…
The girls were delighted, rather than annoyed. In a flash something seemed to light up inside them, to make a blinding white blaze in their hearts and minds. They knew at once that this was real, real news and that Continue reading “Saints Ethenea (Ethna) & Fidelmia (Fedelma) of Tulsk, Ireland (+433) & the Ogulla Holy Well – January 11”
IRELAND & BRITISH ISLES
St Molagga’s Monastery in Timoleague, Ireland
Saint Molagga (Molacus / Laicin)
of Timolague, Co. Cork, Ireland (+655)
Feast day: January 20
St Molagga’s father was named Dubhligh(dh) and his mother Mioncolla, both of whom were of humble stock and they lived at (Cloch)-Liathmhuire, near Fermoy, Co Cork. The parents were quite old and without children when St Cu(o)imin Fada (12th November) with his brother St Comdhan and some companions passed the way and asked for assistance which was given. After being told of the circumstances of the couple, St Co(u)imin informed them that they would beget a son who would become famous in Ireland for his virtues, sanctity and learning. Also, that he would be a glorious light in his generation, the counsellor and director of the country people and their shield in adversity. Soon, Dubhligh and Mioncolla experienced a miraculous change in their persons; they lost all the signs of age and looked young again. Further, Mioncolla conceived and bore Molagga after 7 months. The people wondered at the changes and how they could have a child. The circumstances of his Baptism also had a Continue reading “Saint Molagga (Molacus / Laicin) of Timolague, Co. Cork, Ireland, his Holy Well & his 3 ancient Monasteries in Ireland (+655) – Timolague Video”