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- St Molaga's Church Bremore
Middle of 6th Century.
famous seat of piety and learning.
Founder native of Co. Cork
In early days of faith - St Cuimminthe tall and St Cumdan Mac de Chearda were passing by Ahercross between Mitchelstown and Kildorrery. They saw an old couple sowing flax. No children but were satisfied with God's will.
The sowers were Dubligh and Moncholla.
Saints promised them a son. (St Molaga)
They became young (a miracle).
King of Fermoy (Cuanna) brought them to his palace. Crowds came to see the miracle.
St. Molaga performed miracles. He established a religious house at home and then went to Ulster, North Britain and Wales.Returned and settled in FINGAL.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- P. Ó Séaghdha