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The Cloak set to spread over Mullingar this May

The Cloak - a newly commissioned stage-show written and directed by Irish artistic director Pádraig J Dunne showcases the remarkable life of St Brigid of Kildare, which can only be described as spell binding.

Controversy galore as St Brigid’s relinquish provincial and All-Ireland titles

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Castlebar Mitchell’s (aet) 3-13

Through the glass darkly

So wrote Henry Adams in his study of the 12th century European Renaissance, Mont-Saint Michel and Chartres, of the great Romanesque church and monastery perched on a high rock off the coast of Normandy. Like so many churches set on high places throughout the Christian world, it was dedicated to the archangel Michael, who makes his most memorable appearance in Revelation:

Reflection on St Brigid

Garrycastle crowned kings of Leinster

Leinster AIB club final

St Brigid’s Day at Galway City Museum

Tuesday is February 1, the feast day of St Brigid, and the Galway City Museum will be marking the day with a series of events.

Disappointment for St Brigid’s intermediates in County Final

Strokestown 0-10

Herbert’s ‘Silken Twist’

Of the group of 17th century poets, including John Donne and Andrew Marvel, to which Dr Johnson gave the name ‘metaphysical’, George Herbert is probably nowadays the least read.

All roads lead to Johnstown

A huge crowd is expected in Johnstown this Sunday evening at 6pm as the home side take on neighbours St Brigid’s in the quarter-final of the Roscommon SFC. The two big guns of South Roscommon football will battle it out for a place in the last four.

Superior Casey leads his troops to the next round

Kilbride recovered well from a bad start in the opening half to match St Brigid’s of Offaly in the second half of the Leinster club intermediate football championship at O’Connor Park, Tullamore on Sunday. The red and green men found themselves in arrears by 1-4 to 0-0 at the end of the first quarter. Offaly player Kenneth Casey was the chief architect of these scores as he had the ball in the Kilbride net after two minutes. Seamus Gray opened the scoring for the visitors and added a second, and full forward Pauric Nolan made it three at the break, however St Brigid’s were 0-8 clear 1-8 to 0-3. Kilbride didn’t take this lying down, and rallied the troops in the second half pinning the Offaly representatives back in their own half. Lady luck wasn’t with the Kilbride men as they tore the St Brigid’s defence asunder only to hit the uprights and crossbar twice, denying them vital scores. Also a superb save by St Brigid’s goalie from a Seamus Gray attempt didn’t help their cause. Full marks to Kilbride who gave everything they had on Sunday against a superior Offaly side.

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