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May 1st is a new quarter day in the Celtic calendar – Beltaine (say BYEL-tin-uh) – a fire festival to celebrate “the force that drives the green fuse through the flower,” to quote Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. It’s a time of brilliance and heat. It was on Betaine that St Patrick lit a fire on the Hill of Slane near Tara in defiance of the High King as a sign of the New Faith succeeding the old religion.Read now
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Cathain nach 'máthair' í 'an mháthair'?Read now
Cathain nach 'máthair' í 'an mháthair'? Translated means "when is a mother not a mother?" I am not sure that this is ever the case. What I do know is Mother's Day is May 14th and that will be here quicker...
Lee River - Where is it? What is it?Read now
Lee River is located on the northern end of the City of Cork and flows into Cork Harbor that opens to the Atlantic Ocean. The City of Cork was founded by the Vikings and grew because the Lee River was...
Graduation Time is NearRead now
Seems like there is someone graduating each year from high school or college and I used to struggle with gift ideas. Several years ago I became acquainted with a line of Celtic jewelry carried by Terry at The Celtic Ranch....
The not so Traditional Irish DinnerRead now
Corned beef and cabbage is often thought of as the traditional Irish meal. Everyone wishing to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day has to eat at least one helping while washing it down with a pint of Guinness. In North...