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The default position for contemporary Irish Christians
Ireland has had the reputation for many centuries as the island of saints and scholars. The vast majority of these saints lived during the fourth to 10th centuries, the period of early Christian Ireland, when Celtic Christianity produced many missionaries to Great Britain and the European continent. The history behind the phrase begins with the Roman Empire’s collapse in the fifth century, Europe was in a state of serious intellectual and social decay as its institutions crumbled. Insulated on the western shores of Europe, Ireland’s institutions could continue to prosper and evolve without interruption leading to a period of intellectual, religious, and artistic superiority that has been called ‘Ireland’s Golden Age’. It is during this period Ireland earned the title ‘Insula Sanctorum et Doctorum – The Island of Saints and Scholars’.
Four Galway schools in finals
Four Galway schools are in action on next Tuesday in the finals of the SPAR FAI Primary School Fives in the Aviva Stadium.
Sheean Hill – history and folklore
Across the length and breadth of Ireland, there are elevated sites that have captured the imagination of people over many centuries. Tara, Slane, and Loughcrew are some better-known examples. Croagh Patrick was on everyone's mind recently with the memorable 'Climb with Charlie' event.
Mayo fall over the line to book final spot
With 46 minutes gone on the clock in the spring early evening sunshine on the banks of the Shannon, Frank Irwin stroked over his sixth point of the day to put Mayo eleven points clear on a scoreline of 0-15 to 0-4.
Mayo edge out Galway and the gales in Bekan
A cursory look at the scoreline - in years to come - will have people thinking that this was a game played out by two teams who weren't that good; but huge credit must go to both sides who put their best foot forward in terrible conditions in the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence on Wednesday night.
Athenry's O'Connell secures silver at international event
Craughwell AC and Clarin College Athenry athlete Declan O'Connell played a huge part in Ireland securing a silver medal at the weekend's schools' cross country international in Wales.
Galway businesswoman wins ‘Best Online Trader’ award at UK business awards
Galway entrepreneur and mum of three, Jade Gavin has won the Award for ‘Best Online Trader’ at the Micro Business UK Awards 2021 that took place in Scarborough this week.
Galway athletes shine at national champs
Galway athletes enjoyed great success across a host of events at the National Junior and U23 Indoor Championships in Athlone IT at the weekend.
Chime survey highlights stigma around hearing loss
To mark World Hearing Day which took place this week, Chime, the national charity for deafness and hearing loss, wants to challenge the perceived stigma around hearing loss.
O'Connell's Galway release Signature Cask Whiskey
O’Connells in Eyre Square in Galway City are exclusively releasing their Powers 12-year-old Single Cask Whiskey.