School: Cill Dara (Pres. Convent) (roll number 15599)

Kildare, Co. Kildare
Sr. Philomena
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0779, Page 004

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0779, Page 004

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  1. This church was erected in the time of the St. Brigid and the St. Conleth. It was a simple Cross Church with out aisles. A Tower arose above the intersection of the arms of the Cross, whilst a noble Round Tower stood, and still stands, not far from the western end of the Nave. The Nave was divided by a wooded partition into two equal portions and St. Conleth with his Chapter occupied the right or south sides and St. Brigid with her Nuns, the left or north side.
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