Louth and Waterford

These photos are a reminder of the rich heritage that we have received.

Dominican Priory Carlingford

Dominican Priory
Carlingford Co. Louth.
Founded in 1305 A.D. and
Dissolved by Henry V111
in 1539.

Mount Melleray

Mount Melleray Abbey
Co. Waterford.
Cistercian Monastery 1833

Ogham Stone

Ogham Stone
St Declan's Church
Co. Waterford
Ancient Irish Script.

St Declan's Church

St Declan's Church
Co. Waterford.
11 th Century

St Declan's Tomb

St Declan's House
Co. Waterford.

St Declan was Pre-St Patrick
He was baptised by local Priest
Colman. He went to Europe,
was ordained Priest and Bishop.
He returned to Ardmore and
evangelised in this area.
His tomb is in the above.

King John's Castle Carlingford

King John's Castle
Carlingford Co. Louth.

This is not a monastic photo
but is an example of the
the many castles in Ireland.
This castle was built in 1200 A.D.
by the Normans and remained
in use for almost 500 years.

Photos taken by Fr Aquinas T. Duffy

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