Good Friday in the Gaelic Tradition

Good Friday always struck me forcibly in my local church on árainn (Inis Mór) as grown men who tend to spend the liturgical year at the back of the church come forward, form a line in front of the altar and in an act of humility, one after the other, venerate the cross.

Please read or download this short piece by Pádraigín Clancy.

Good Friday in the Gaelic Tradition

Caoineadh na dTrí Mhuire – The Lament of the Three Marys

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