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  • an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland

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  • An island in the British Isles that lies west of Great Britain. Approximately four fifths of the area of Ireland constitutes the Republic of Ireland, with the remaining one fifth belonging to Northern Ireland. After an unsuccessful rebellion in 1798, union of Britain and Ireland followed in 1801. In 1922, Ireland was partitioned by the Anglo-Irish Treaty

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Saint Senan Statue




Saint Senan Statue





This weekend marks the bapism of my new nephew and he is to be called Senan
PAIDIR NAOMH SHEANAIN
A Sheanain, a bheanhin bheilghlic
An tAthar Uasal a luadh gach einne ort
Faigh duinne foighne go dearach
A chloifidh cathu is fadchuma peine
Agus guimis, le Seanan sograch maorga
An tAthair, an Mac is an Naomhsprid
Go raibh siochan i gcrich Fail is faoiseamh
Agus leas na tire i gcroi gach einne

PRAYER TO SAINT SENAN
O Senan, the wise-spoken, born of woman
The Noble Father as people call you
Grant us patience in our outlook
That will expel strife and long lingering pain
And pray with wise Senan
To the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit
That there will be peace in the fields of Ireland and prosperity
And the good of the country in the heart of every person


THE LIFE OF SAINT SENAN, SON OF GERRGENN
(Adapted & edited from the Book of Lismore)

SAINT PATRICK FORETELLS THE BIRTH OF SENAN
Now the chief prophet and the chief apostle whom God sent to preach to the men of Ireland, even Saint Patrick, prophesied Senan’s birth. For when Patrick was preaching to the Hui-Figeinti and baptizing them in Domhnach Mor of Cinel Diue, the Corco-Baiscinn came with their king, even Bole, son of Dec in a great sea-fleet over Limerick from the north to Patrick, and they besought Patrick to preach to them on that day and to baptize them at once. Patrick told them to wait till the morning, for on that day he was weary.
Said the Corco-Baiscinn to Patrick: “We cannot, for our district is empty after us without warriors protecting it, and our fleet has no one to guard it, and we must needs hasten back to our district.”
Thereafter Patrick went in his chariot, so that everyone might see him, and that they might hear from him his voice and the preaching of God’s word by him. And then they believed in God and in Patrick. So Patrick repeats the order of Baptism to them on the river, which was near them, and all the hosts are baptized therein. And they gave great alms to Patrick. Patrick blesses them, and said that there would always be abundance of treasures and wealth in the district of Baiscenn. The Corco-Baiscinn entreated Patrick to go with them to bless their district and to baptize their women, and their children and their slaves, whom they had left behind.
Patrick said to them: “I have no leisure to go with you, and to move my household over this river yonder.”
The Corco-Baiscinn said: “We have!” say they, a great fleet to carry you over the sea; and we will take you over it, with all your servants dry- footed, and we will bring you back again.
Patrick again refused to go with them: “I cannot!” said he, “leave the district in which I am, until the consecration and blessing of them all shall end!”
And Patrick gave a blessing to the Corco-Baiscinn, and left upon them excellence of shipping. So of that Patrick sang this stave:

I will not go
To Corco-Baiscinn, no falsehood,
Though there be no sword on their left side,
Nothing more will be taken from them.

Patrick said to the Corco-Baiscinn: “Is there a place near us, whence your district will be clear to me, so that I myself may descry it from my seat, and may bless it from that spot?”
“There is forsooth!” say they, “the hill there!” that is Findine.
Patrick then went with them to the top of Findine, and said to them: “Is this your district to the north of Limerick, as far as the ocean in the west?”
“It is!” say they.
“Does your territory,” said Patrick, reach the mountain there in the north? even Sliab Ellbe, in the district of Corcomruad in Ninnus?”
“It reaches not!” say they.
“ It shall reach before the Judgment!” said Patrick. “Does your territory reach that mountain there in the east?” that is, Echtge in the territory of Hui Desa.
“It reaches not!” say they.
“It shall reach after a long while!” said Patrick.
Then Patrick blessed Corco-Baiscinn, and said to them: “You need me not to go with you into your country, for you have a child in a woman’s womb, and unto him your country had been given by God. After him shall you be, and him shall you serve, and . . . this race of the Hui Figennte. It is he that will be a Patrick to you, and great will be the honour of the child that will be born to you. Happy is he who shall be in his keeping. And the island there in the west, in front of the sea!” that is Inis Cathaigh, “is there any dwelling in it?” said Patrick.
“There is none!” say they, “for there is a terrible monster therein named Cathach, who does not allow it to be inhabited!”
“Marvellous!” said Patrick, “is the diadem of dignity, and the precious stone, and the venerable servant specially lovable to God and to men, even the child that will be born with you. For it is for his sake that the soil of yon island is preserved in virginity, for it is there that his resurrection will be, and the resurrection of a great host of saints along with him!”
Then said Patrick, prophesying Senan’s birth:
“A man-child will be born in the west,












Shrine to Saint Senan




Shrine to Saint Senan





PAIDIR NAOMH SHEANAIN
A Sheanain, a bheanhin bheilghlic
An tAthar Uasal a luadh gach einne ort
Faigh duinne foighne go dearach
A chloifidh cathu is fadchuma peine
Agus guimis, le Seanan sograch maorga
An tAthair, an Mac is an Naomhsprid
Go raibh siochan i gcrich Fail is faoiseamh
Agus leas na tire i gcroi gach einne

PRAYER TO SAINT SENAN
O Senan, the wise-spoken, born of woman
The Noble Father as people call you
Grant us patience in our outlook
That will expel strife and long lingering pain
And pray with wise Senan
To the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit
That there will be peace in the fields of Ireland and prosperity
And the good of the country in the heart of every person



THE LIFE OF SAINT SENAN, SON OF GERRGENN
(Adapted & edited from the Book of Lismore)

SAINT PATRICK FORETELLS THE BIRTH OF SENAN
Now the chief prophet and the chief apostle whom God sent to preach to the men of Ireland, even Saint Patrick, prophesied Senan’s birth. For when Patrick was preaching to the Hui-Figeinti and baptizing them in Domhnach Mor of Cinel Diue, the Corco-Baiscinn came with their king, even Bole, son of Dec in a great sea-fleet over Limerick from the north to Patrick, and they besought Patrick to preach to them on that day and to baptize them at once. Patrick told them to wait till the morning, for on that day he was weary.
Said the Corco-Baiscinn to Patrick: “We cannot, for our district is empty after us without warriors protecting it, and our fleet has no one to guard it, and we must needs hasten back to our district.”
Thereafter Patrick went in his chariot, so that everyone might see him, and that they might hear from him his voice and the preaching of God’s word by him. And then they believed in God and in Patrick. So Patrick repeats the order of Baptism to them on the river, which was near them, and all the hosts are baptized therein. And they gave great alms to Patrick. Patrick blesses them, and said that there would always be abundance of treasures and wealth in the district of Baiscenn. The Corco-Baiscinn entreated Patrick to go with them to bless their district and to baptize their women, and their children and their slaves, whom they had left behind.
Patrick said to them: “I have no leisure to go with you, and to move my household over this river yonder.”
The Corco-Baiscinn said: “We have!” say they, a great fleet to carry you over the sea; and we will take you over it, with all your servants dry- footed, and we will bring you back again.
Patrick again refused to go with them: “I cannot!” said he, “leave the district in which I am, until the consecration and blessing of them all shall end!”
And Patrick gave a blessing to the Corco-Baiscinn, and left upon them excellence of shipping. So of that Patrick sang this stave:

I will not go
To Corco-Baiscinn, no falsehood,
Though there be no sword on their left side,
Nothing more will be taken from them.

Patrick said to the Corco-Baiscinn: “Is there a place near us, whence your district will be clear to me, so that I myself may descry it from my seat, and may bless it from that spot?”
“There is forsooth!” say they, “the hill there!” that is Findine.
Patrick then went with them to the top of Findine, and said to them: “Is this your district to the north of Limerick, as far as the ocean in the west?”
“It is!” say they.
“Does your territory,” said Patrick, reach the mountain there in the north? even Sliab Ellbe, in the district of Corcomruad in Ninnus?”
“It reaches not!” say they.
“ It shall reach before the Judgment!” said Patrick. “Does your territory reach that mountain there in the east?” that is, Echtge in the territory of Hui Desa.
“It reaches not!” say they.
“It shall reach after a long while!” said Patrick.
Then Patrick blessed Corco-Baiscinn, and said to them: “You need me not to go with you into your country, for you have a child in a woman’s womb, and unto him your country had been given by God. After him shall you be, and him shall you serve, and . . . this race of the Hui Figennte. It is he that will be a Patrick to you, and great will be the honour of the child that will be born to you. Happy is he who shall be in his keeping. And the island there in the west, in front of the sea!” that is Inis Cathaigh, “is there any dwelling in it?” said Patrick.
“There is none!” say they, “for there is a terrible monster therein named Cathach, who does not allow it to be inhabited!”
“Marvellous!” said Patrick, “is the diadem of dignity, and the precious stone, and the venerable servant specially lovable to God and to men, even the child that will be born with you. For it is for his sake that the soil of yon island is preserved in virginity, for it is there that his resurrection will be, and the resurrection of a great host of saints along with him!”
Then said Patrick, prophesying Senan’s birth:
“A man-child will be born in the west,
in the island over the ocean.
The Corco Baiscinn will be under his hand,









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