Number of records in editorial history: 5
anonymous contributor
2017-10-02 23:49
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rejected
awaiting decision
There is a very old church in the district. It is about two hundred years old. It was built at the time as the school. It was Luke White that built it, the windows have fallen in, in the church, but the walls still remain.
The church is called after St Mochta, because St Mochta was the patron st Clonsilla. The stairs have fallen away. The little house that the priest used as a vestry still remains.
There was a big cross on the top of it, and not long there was a big storm, the cross was blew down, and it may still be saw there. There are alot of palm trees growing around the entrance now. I suppose all the people who said Mass there are dead now. Now there is a new school and a new church, the old ones are the both the same age.
During the summer nights old people lived in it. Then the church fell into decay, and was left there.
There are consents and funds at present; because the priest are rebuilding it and making into a C.Y.M.S Hall for the parish.
Ita Mooney,
Porterstown
Clonsilla
senior member (history)
2017-08-02 22:42
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
There is a very old church in the district. It is about two hundred years old. It was built at the time as the school. It was Luke White that built it, the windows have fallen in, in the church, but the walls still remain.
The church is called after St Mochta, because St Mochta was the patron st Clonsilla. The stairs have fallen away. The little house that the priest used as a vestry still remains.
There was a big cross on the top of it, and not long there was a big storm, the cross was blew down, and it may still be saw there. There are alot of palm trees growing around the entrance now. I suppose all the people who said Mass there are dead now. Now there is a new school and a new church, the old ones are the both the same age.
During the summer nights old people lived in it. Then the church fell into decay, and was left there.
There are consents and funds at present; because the priest are rebuilding it and making into a C.Y.M.S Hall for the parish.
Ita Moore,
Porterstown
Clonsilla
anonymous contributor
2017-06-10 18:29
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
There is a very old church in the district. It is about 200 years old. It was built at the time as the school. It was Luke White that built it, the windows have fallen in, in the church, but the walls still remain.
The church called of the St Mochta, because St Mochta was the patron St of Clonsilla. The stairs have fallen away. The little house that the priest used as a vestry still remains.
There was a big cross on the top of it, and not long there was a big storm, the cross blew down, and it may still be saw there. There are a lot of palm trees growing around the entrance now. I suppose all the people who said mass there are dead now. Now there is a new school and a new church, the old ones are the both the same age.
During the summer nights old people lived in it. Then the church fell into decay, and was left there.
There are contests and funds at present; because the priest are rebuilding it and making into a C.Y.M.S Hall for the parish.
anonymous contributor
2017-06-08 21:23
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
There is a very old church in the district. It is about 200 years old. It was built at the time as the school. It was Luke White that built it, the windows have fallen in, in the church, but the walls still remain.
The church called of the St Mochta, because St Mochta was the patron St of Clonsilla. The stairs have fallen away. The little house that the priest used as a vestry still remains.
There was a big cross on the top of it, and not long there was a big storm, the cross blue down, and it may still be soared there. There are a lot of palm trees growing around the entrance now. I suppose all the people who said mass there are dead now. Now there is a new school and a new church, the old ones are the both the same age.
During the summer nights old people lived in it. Then the church fell into decay, and was left there.
There are contests and funds at present; because the priest are rebuilding it and making into a C.Y.M.S Hall for the parish.
anonymous contributor
2016-03-10 13:24
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
There is a very old church in the district. It is about 200 years old. It was built at the time as the school it was white that built it, the windows have fallen in, in the church, but the walls still remain.
The church called of the St Mochta, because St mockta her was the patron St of Clonsilla. The stairs have fallen away. The little house that the priest used as a vestry still remains.
There was a big cross on the top of it, and not long there was a big storm, the cross blue down, and it may still be soared there. There are a lot of palm trees growing around the entrance now. I suppose all the people who said mass their red dead now. Now there is a new school and a new church, the old ones are the both the same age.
During the summer nights old people live in it. Then the church fell into decay, and was left there.
There are contests and funds at present; because the priest are rebuilding it and making into a C.Y.M.S Hall for the parish.