School: Saints Peter & Paul, Balbriggan

Location:
Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Teacher:
Bean Uí Chorcoráin

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Old Prayers

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0783, Page 455

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Old Prayers 10-6-1938

Betty Connolly, Dublin St., Balbriggan
These old prayers were told to me by my mother Mrs. Connolly, Dublin St, Balbriggan
When passing a Crucifix
Old people have many beautiful prayers which are to be said at certain times. O Lord my God by suffering rent. Nailed to the Cross my love to gain. Grant through Thy Cross, when life is spent. In death Thy mercy I obtain.
When taking Holy Water
By the sprinkling of The Precious Blood, O Lord Jesus, and by the merits of Thy Sacred passion, wash me from every stain, and cleanse my soul from sin. Amen.
When genuflecting
We adore Thee, O Lord Jesus Christ, and we bless thee here and at the Taberncles all

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Collector
Betty Connolly
Gender
female
Address
Dublin Street, Co. Dublin
Informant
Mrs Connolly
Relation
parent
Gender
female
Address
Dublin Street, Co. Dublin
Language
English