School: Cill Chuana (roll number 12782)

Kilcoona, Co. Galway
Liam Ó Conáin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0022, Page 0016

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fhéin úair amháin", ars an fear. Céard é,"? ars an t-Easbog. "Thug mé duine ó'n diabhal", ar seisean, "mar d'ionntuigh mo bhean ina Caitiliceach liom." "Imthigh leat" ars an t-Easbog, "ní bacfaidh mé leat.

A man seemingly full of sorrow for his sins knelt before the priest in confession . He told a few small sins at first and then said ."Father I once stole a straw rope " "What harm is that?" said the priest. "But it is "said the man. "No said the priest "Your sins are forgiven" 'But there was a pig tied at the end of it ' said the man.