School: Doire Gualann (roll number 14979)

Derrygoolin North, Co. Galway
Seosamh Ó Tórpaigh
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0051, Page 0366

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  1. Prayers that I learned at home th December.
    This prayer should be said every night and morning.
    On Good Friday our Saviour was crucified
    With a crown of thorns placed on His head
    The Jews came round Him with a sharp spear.
    And pierced our Saviour through the heart and through the hand.
    His precious blood began to flow
    His Blessed Mother bein standing by
    With a heavy heart and dismal sigh
    Anyone that says this prayer three times by day and three times by night shall never suffer the pains of Purgatory and shall never enter the gates of hell nor never nay amen
    When we lighing the lamp or cande we usually say "The light of heaven to all the poor souls" When you would see the moon you would say
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    Bridie Hayes
    Derrygoolin South, Co. Galway