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Experiencing Ireland's Sacred Places: Glendalough, Walking the Valley of Two Lakes

Experiencing Ireland’s Sacred Places: Glendalough, Walking the Valley of Two Lakes

Experiencing Ireland’s Sacred Places: Glendalough, Walking the Valley of Two Lakes

Experiencing Ireland's Sacred Places: Glendalough, Walking the Valley of Two Lakes ,

They say the scenery of Glendalough is most beautiful on two occasions: when the sun shines, and when the mist falls. I cannot attest to its beauty when the sun is shining, though I’m sure the tree-laden hills and the still lakes are magnificent with the warming rays upon them; but when the mist falls

Experiencing Ireland's Sacred Places: Glendalough

Experiencing Ireland’s Sacred Places: Glendalough

Experiencing Ireland’s Sacred Places: Glendalough

Experiencing Ireland's Sacred Places: Glendalough ,

Glendalough, Ireland Glendalough (translated “Land of Two Lakes”) in County Wicklow, Ireland is situated in such a naturally beautiful location that the country has protected over 20,000 hectares acres of the area, known as the Wicklow Mountains National Park. One simple way to visit this special park is to take the bus, called St. Kevins, that leaves

Father Michael of Glendalough

People of Note: Journeying with Michael Rodgers

People of Note: Journeying with Michael Rodgers

Father Michael of Glendalough ,

A Learning Experience Michael’s journey to Glendalough and the Tearmann Spirituality Centre began many years before he stepped foot onto its soil. In the 1960s, he was ordained and sent to Kenya as a missionary to build up the Diocese of Kitui which was still very new at the time. While there, he quickly realised