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Ireland is an enchanted land, famous for its shamrocks and harps, leprechauns, shillelaghs, and green-eyed coleens, lightly sprinkled with freckles on skin as white as milk.
It is called the Emerald Isle, and the national color is green; Ireland is lush green, almost tropical in certain areas.
The Irish people are always pictured as being gay, musical, with the love of all things festive. In our mind's eye, we see them as being Bing Crosby or Barry Fitzgerald, of "Going My Way".
The DVDs listed below are based on this book.
Martyrs, They Died for Christ
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-The Martyrs of Ireland #1
Come with us to the breathtakingly beautiful country of Ireland where we will walk through the lives of heroes of Ireland and of the Catholic Church, men and women who chose death rather than deny their Faith.
As you travel with Bob and Penny through the sweeping majestic hills, an Irish song in your heart, it is almost impossible to think that so much bloodshed spilled on this land.
Walk with these brave martyrs who died for the Faith. See and pray at the Mass Rock where Irish Priests clandestinely said Mass during the Penal times, at the risk of being executed.
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Ireland is an enchanted land, famous for its shamrocks and harps, leprechauns, shillelaghs, and green-eyed yed coleens, lightly sprinkled with freckles on skin as white as milk. It is called the Emerald Isle, and the national color is green; Ireland is lush green, almost tropical in certain areas. The Irish people are always pictured as being gay, musical, with the love of all things festive. In our mind's eye, we see them as being Bing Crosby or Barry Fitzgerald, of "Going My Way", which is lovely.
They have grand traditions, such as the monkeys left over from the time when St. Patrick chased the snakes out of Ireland using monkeys. There are those antagonists of Ireland, and all things Irish, who would demean God's special children by the derogatory moniker Monkeys, because of this tradition of St. Patrick. There is a possibility that it wasn't the best idea for St. Patrick to use monkeys as a means to accomplish this task. He may not have been thinking of the hazing the Irish people would be receiving in centuries down the line. But keep in mind, he may not have been Irish originally. There are rumors that he may even have had Roman roots, which might account for the ongoing battle between the Irish and the Italians. It may have taken St. Patrick all his life to be trained properly in the ways of being Irish. We do know that when he entered the gates of Heaven, he was definitely Irish.
But God's beloved children of Ireland are a paradox in terms. Those who only see the surface of the Irish people, don't know about the years of suffering, persecution, famine, Martyrdom, and near annihilation of them as a people, all for their Faith. When they joke that there are more Irish in Boston than in Ireland, there is somewhat of a note of melancholy, mixed with the joke. Those who left for a better life in the United States, did no favor to those who remained. It just made their struggle more difficult. Most people don't know about the brave men and women who stood up against the powers of Hell, and survived only because of their great faith in their Catholic Church, and their complete dependence on the Mother of God. Continued click here
- The Martyrs of Ireland #2
Live the story of four men who were caught in a trap set for a patriot who launched a Holy Crusade against the Protestants in an effort to free Ireland from the grasp of tyrants.
They were priests and a bishop who were accused of treason and executed. Their trials were a farce.
The saddest thing was Fr. Tirry defended himself and the others believing justice would be truly served, as the members of the jury were honest men.
But the judge had the jury leave the room and condemned them to death.
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- The Martyrs of Ireland #3
This was an unusual group of Irishmen who chose to die, rather than deny the Faith. Margaret Ball, wife and mother, faithful to Mother Church who was turned in by her own son, the Mayor of Dublin at the time.
Francis Taylor, a previous Mayor of Dublin, who refused to take the Oath of Allegiance to the Crown, and was executed. Bishop Terrence O'Brien was a Dominican who excommunicated those disobeying the mandates of the Church and participated in an unjust truce, for this he died.
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- The Martyrs of Ireland #4
The last of the Irish Martyrs.
Come with us to the breathtakingly beautiful country of Ireland where we will walk through the lives of heroes of IIreland and of the Catholic Church, men and women who chose death rather than deny their Faith and their Pope.
was an archbishop of Armagh in Northern Ireland.
An honorable man, he was able to avoid
capture for many years because of his family connections.
Visit his Shrine in Dublin and see his head which never decomposed.
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