School: Caisleán Nua (C) (roll number 15772)

Location:
Newcastle, Co. Galway
Teacher:
Máire, Bean Uí Staic
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0079, Page 237

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    The love of my heart is Thy Heart O Saviour dear.
    My treasures untold is to hold, Thy Heart in my fond heart here,
    Forah! it is known Thy Own overflows with love for me.
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  2. Looking at the Sun.
    There is a prayer said when looking at the sun. Oh Lord, You are the sun of my soul and the light of my soul and the light of my soul too. Give me the grace to keep it as You would I should.

    Leaving the House.
    When leaving your house say:
    Stay with me O Lord every place I go
    Because it is on You we depend for our life.
    Going Home
    When going home say: Open the door of my heart and
    (continues on next page)
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    English
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    Thomas Jordan
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    Gender
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