School: Cill Chaoi

Kilkee, Co. Clare
Anraoi Ó Cathaláin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0627, Page 225

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    A kindhearted woman lived in Kilballyowen.

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    Thomas Falvey
    Mrs Falvey
    Kilkee, Co. Clare
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    A certain hermit looked out the door of his hut one night.

    A certain hermit looked out the door of his hut one night "It is a bad night" he said. This hermit got all his food from Heaven. For days after that no food came. At last he asked of God what sin did he commit, and how he would get remission. He heard a voice from Heaven saying "That bad
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