Folklore

John McCullagh April 3, 2007

It’s hard to understand the ways of a woman and Bridget, wife of Patrick Molloy from remotest Mayo was no exception. 

John McCullagh January 30, 2007

It was back in the oul’ days – about eighty or ninety years ago – and there was this chap and he needed a woman. He was about forty he’s self and a little bit past it …

John McCullagh July 23, 2006

Probably based on actual events, the Ulster Cycle of tales constitutes the oldest corpus of secular literature in all of western Europe. It is a cause of great local pride that we of Iubhair Cinn Tragha …

John McCullagh April 1, 2006

In the early part of the last century there was a prominent priest in South Armagh who gained a reputation in many fields besides religion. He served in a number of parishes in the district but longest in Dromantee where he was known as Father Luke, or alternatively as Red Father Donnellan.