School: Ss. Peter & Paul (B.), Balbriggan

Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Liam Cadhla
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0783, Page 303

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    A church he built, he toiled & prayed,
    And spread true wisdom's lore
    HIs presence sanctified the scene
    Molaga - of Bremore
    And tho Lannbeiler by the sea is crumbling in decay
    Molaga's name thro' famed Fingal
    Is oft recalled to day
    Balbriggan town its tribute pays
    To this great Saint of Yore
    Its Hampton Terrace bears his name
    Molaga of Bremore.
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