School: Ballinacarrig, Rathdrum

Ballinacarrig Lower, Co. Wicklow
Bean Uí Dhubhghoill
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0918, Page 204

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  1. There were St Patrick's and St Brigid crosses They were made in the homes, from cardboard & ribbons.
    There are pictures of Sacred Heart & Blessed Virgin in every Catholic home in honour of S. Heart & B. Virgin
    At Xmas holly & ivy are hung up in the houses.
    The Rowan tree is used beding the cattle on the 1st May.
    Palm is worm on Palm Sunday in memory of the waving of palm branches on Christs triumphal entry in to Jerusalem
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
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