Prayers to Our Lady of Knock

THE HAIL MARY IN GAELIC Sé do bheath’ a Mhuire, atá lán de ghrásta, tá an Tiarna leat. Is beannaithe thú idir mná agus is beannaithe toradh do bhruinne losa. A Naomh Mhuire, a mháthair Dé, guí orainn na peacaithe, anois is ar uair ar mbás. Amen PRAYER TO OUR LADY OF KNOCK, IRELAND Eleventh Century Irish Litany of Mary Great Mary, Greatest of Marys, Greatest of Women, Mother of Eternal Glory, Mother of the Golden Light, Honor of the Sky, Temple of the Divinity, Fountain of the Gardens, Serence as the Moon, Bright as the Sun, Garden Enclosed, Temple … Continue reading

Irish Saints for August

August 1,Saint Pellegrino delle Alpi di Garfagnana August 2,Saint Comgan the Culdee August 3,Saint Trea of Ardtrea/Saint Deirbhile of Erris August 4,Saint Molua of Clonfert-Molua/Saint Midnat of Killucan August 5,Saint Abel of Belgium August 6,Saint Mochua of Clondalkin August 7,Saint Cronan of Moville August 8,Saint Daire August 9,Saint Nathy of Achonry August 10,Saint Cuimmin of Drumbo August 11,Saint Attracta of Killaraght August 12,Saint Ségéne of Iona August 13,Saint Brigid of Cluain-diolama August 14,Saint Fachtna of Ross August 15,The Daughters of Carpre August 16,Saint Lughan August 17,Saint Eóin MacCarlain August 18,Saint Daigh of Iniskeen August 19,Saint Mochta of Louth August 20,Saint … Continue reading

Our Lady of Knock-a brief account

A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE STORY OF OUR LADY OF KNOCK, QUEEN OF IRELAND From Catholic Traditions.org. On the evening of August 21, 1879 Mary McLoughlin, the housekeeper to the parish priest of Knock, County Mayo, ireland, was astonished to see the outside south wall of the church bathed in a mysterious light; there were three figures standing in front of the wall, which she mistook for replacements of the stone figures destroyed in a storm. She rushed through the rain to her friend Margaret Byrne’s house. After a half hour Mary decided to leave and Margaret’s sister Mary agreed … Continue reading

Our Lady of Knock Mass

Our Lady of Knock, Queen of Ireland, made her appearance at the rear gable of a humble Catholic Church in Knock Ireland on August 21, 1879, but she was not alone. As a gentle Irish rain fell on the muddy fields and as the farmers were returning from a long day of work in the field, Mary appeared with a bright light surrounding her and the rest of the apparition. Mary was joined by St. Joseph on her right, and St. John, the Evangelist on her left. Further to her left was an altar and upon that altar was a … Continue reading

Feast of Our Lady of Knock Mass

Title: Feast of Our Lady of Knock MassLocation: Saint . Eleanor Regina Chapel GardnersLink out: Click hereDescription: AOH Cumberland 2 Mass celebrating Our Lady of KnockStart Time: 11:30Date: 2014-08-17 … Continue reading