Kilgeever Christian Site

Kilgeever Christian Site

Kilgeever Christian Site near Croagh Patrick, Co Mayo, Ireland

St Patrick's rock and Kilgeever Christian Site

St Patrick’s rock in the foreground at Kilgeever

St Patrick’s rock

The Mass rock with inscribed cross – St Patrick’s rock

Kileever holy well,  Toberreendoney

Toberreendoney, The holy well around which pilgrims walk and pray

Kileever cross inscribed pillar

Cross inscribed pillar in Kileever graveyard

More info here https://pilgrimagemedievalireland.com/tag/kilgeever-abbey/

Derry Churches, Ards

Derry Churches - North church

Derry Churches, Ards Peninsula, Co Down, Northern Ireland

Derry Churches - South Church

The 1st photo is the north church, the smaller south church above and below

Derry Churches

The site is associated with St. Cummain ( St. Cumman)

Cross inscribed stone

A small early cross inscribed stone stands in the north church

Kilulta Church ruin

Kilulta Church ruin

Kilulta Church, Co Limerick, Ireland

Kilulta Church ruin

The ruins are said to be ‘oldest church in the county’, date unsure but given as 8th century (info from National Monuments Service) and ‘believed to be one of the oldest stone churches in Ireland’ (Wikipedia)

Kilulta Church ruin

The name can be translated as Cill an Ultaigh, the church of the Ulsterman, or Cill Ultain, the church of St Ultain (info from Heritage Project, Diocese of Limerick )

Tobar na Molt / Wethers Well

Tobar na Molt / Wethers Well, Ardfert, Co Kerry, Ireland

Tobar na Molt / Wethers Well

St Brendan, the navigator, is said to have been baptised at the well in 484AD by Bishop Erc and fostered by St Ita for the early years of his life

Tobar na Molt / Wethers Well

Inside the pilgrims shelter / chapel

The altar with carved figures said to represent St Brendan, Bishop Erc and St Ida. The faces marked with the sign of the cross from countless pilgrims

Rattoo Round Tower

Rattoo Round Tower

Rattoo Round Tower, Co Kerry, Ireland

Rattoo Round Tower and church

Rattoo Round Tower and church ruin

Rattoo Round Tower

The round tower stands over 27 metres tall

Rathduff Ogham Stone

Rathduff Ogham Stone

Rathduff Ogham Stone, Dingle Peninsula, Kerry, Ireland

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Askeaton Franciscan Friary, Co Limerick, Ireland

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Fifteenth-century cloister arcade

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Fifteenth-century cloister arcade

Askeaton Franciscan Friary

Galloon Graveyard Gravestones

Galloon Graveyard gravestones

Galloon Graveyard, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Galloon gravestones

Many of the gravestones are carved with reminders of our mortality – skull & crossbones, coffin, hourglass and bell

Galloon Graveyard Gravestone

Galloon Graveyard carved gravestone

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry, Ireland

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stones

There are seven ogham stones in the grounds of Colaiste Ide/Burnham House gathered by Lord Ventry

Colaiste Ide Ogham Stone
Colaiste Ide Ogham Stone

In the background is the small Bullaun stone

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

Ardfert Cathedral

Ardfert Cathedral, Co Kerry, Ireland

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

Ardfert Ecclesiastical Site

 Ardfert Cathedral interior

Ardfert Cathedral interior

Temple Na Hoe

Temple Na Hoe, Ardfert

Temple Na Hoe

Temple Na Hoe -the west face

Cathedral's romanesque west doorway

The Romanesque west doorway of the Cathedral