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Saint Moling Luachra A Pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic by Maire B. De Paor

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Published by Columba Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Saints & hagiography,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • Religion,
  • Christianity - History - General,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Biography,
  • Carlow (County),
  • Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages,
  • Christian saints,
  • Ireland,
  • Christianity - Catholicism

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8995055M
ISBN 101856073386
ISBN 109781856073387
OCLC/WorldCa49298747

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Get this from a library! Saint Moling Luachra: a pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic above the stream-pools of the Barrow: Geinemain Molling ocus a bhetae (The birth and life of St. Moling). [Máire De Paor]. The Book of Moling and its shrine The Book of Moling is an Irish pocket Gospel Book from the last half of the 8th century preserved in Trinity College Library, Dublin. There is also a . St Moling was an interesting chap and fortunately for us, his life is well documented in the Book of Tighe Mulling, or Book of Moling, written sometime during the late eighth century and the subject of several translations since. Moling was born in AD in the Sliabh Luachra area of Kerry but his birth was not straight forward. Saint Moling Luachra: A pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic above the stream-pools of the Barrow 30 November, This is an edition and translation of the 10th century Middle Irish text “The Birth and Life of St Moling” (“Geinemain Moiling ocus a Bhetae”) with analysis and commentary by Presentation Sister and Irish scholar Máire B. de Paor.

Saint Moling et le Lépreux, a story about Moling and a leper, edited from UCD Franciscan Manuscript A9 and translated into French by Paul Grosjean S.J. at Thesaurus Linguae Hibernicae Further reading [ Born: , Sliabh Luachra, Co. Kerry. The Book of Mulling or less commonly, Book of Moling, is an Irish pocket Gospel Book from the late 8th century. The text collection includes the four Gospels, a liturgical service which includes the "Apostles' Creed", and in the colophon, a supposed plan of St. Moling's monastery enclosed by two concentric circles. The name derives from a former notion that the scribe was the Leinster saint St. Moling, .   Fig. 2 Front of the Book-Shrine of St Moling, with later additions; 19 x x cm © National Museum of Ireland, Dublin. This inscription refers to Art Mac Murchadha (MacMurrough) (b. , d. ) who, in was proclaimed the first king of Leinster since the conquest, and provides a date for the refurbishment he commissioned. St Moling was born in Sliabh Luachra in AD. History. The mountainous area along the Cork/Kerry border is known as Sliabh Luachra. This uninhabited wet, marshy, rushy, mountain area of the old Kingdom of Luachra was first noted in the Annals of Inisfallen in when the King of Luacar won a battle against Tuathal Moel nGarb. It came to light again in AD with the death of Cuaine, Abbot of .

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for SAINT MOLING LUACHRA: A PILGRIMAGE FROM SLIABH LUACHRA TO By Maire B. De Paor VG at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Books By Máire De Paor All Saint Moling Luachra: A Pilgrimage from Sliabh Luachra to Rinn Ros Broic Above the Stream by Maire B. de Paor Paperback. $ Only 1 left in stock - . A St. Moling’s Well is situated on the parochial lands at Glebe. The Book of Moling and its shrine The Book of Moling is an Irish pocket Gospel Book from the last half of the 8th century preserved in Trinity College Library, Dublin. There is also a jeweled shrine, which was its container.   According to a colophon, this Gospel Book was written by a scribe called Mulling, hence its name. Early on, the said scribe was identified as Saint Moling (d. c. ), Bishop of Ferns and founder of the monastery of Tech-Moling in county Carlow (St. Mullin’s).