School: Banagher Convent

Banagher, Co. Offaly
Sr. Mary Therese

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0817, Page 015

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Extract from an old book by one of our teachers eight years ago - in 1930.
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to return to Wicklow and St. Rynagh asked her how she would return by herself. St. Richana told her that an angel was to accompany her back.
Talacie, the mother of St. Kiernan and St Colman also joined St. Rynagh at Banagher.
St. Rynagh's mother, on one occasion, was stricken down with a terrible sickness or malady, the stench of which was unbearable. St Rynagh set out to see her brother, St. Finian, but he would not came to Banagher. St. Rynagh held him by the hands until he would exercise his power to cure his mother. When St. Rynagh returned her

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