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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Lis-mór ; and he was also abbot of Raithin at first. He was of the race of Ciar,....
" Lis-mór ; and he was also abbot of Raithin at first. He was of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe, and of the progeny of Ir, son of Miledh. Carthach was another name for him. It was he that had the famous congregation consisting... "
The martyrology of Donegal: a calendar of the saints of Ireland - Page 123
edited by - 1864 - 566 pages
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the matyr dom of donegal a calendar of the saints of ireland

john o'donovan, ll.d., m.r.i.a. - 1864
...of Rudhraighe, and of the progeny of Ir, son of Miledh. Carthach was another name for him. It was he that had the famous congregation consisting of seven...shed half as many tears. Thus he says :— " Mochuda loves the piety ; Famous is every story of his stories ; Before him no one had shed Half what he shed...
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Lives of the Irish Saints,: With Special Festivals, and the Commemorations ...

John O'Hanlon - Christian saints - 1875
...Christians, who aspired to be perfect as religious. In an old record,43 it is stated, that Carthage had a famous congregation, consisting of seven hundred and ten persons, when he was abbot, at Raithin,<« and lived in that monastery. According to another account, however, eight hundred and sixty-seven monks,'''...
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The Story of the Irish Race: A Popular History of Ireland

Seumas MacManus - Ireland - 1921 - 719 pages
...they led was such that the angels are said to have come down and conversed with them. "It was Mochuda that had the famous congregation, consisting of seven hundred and ten persons at Rathain. And an angel used to address every third man of them." So great was the holiness of Rathain...
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The Story of the Irish Race

Seumas MacManus - Health & Fitness - 2005 - 736 pages
...they led was such that the angels are said to have come down and conversed with them. "It was Mochuda that had the famous congregation, consisting of seven hundred and ten persons at Ratham. And an angel used to address every third man of them." So great was the holiness of Rathain...
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1864
...of Rudhraighe, and of the progeny of Ir, son of Miledh. Carthach was another name for him. It was he that had the famous congregation consisting of seven...shed half as many tears. Thus he says : — "Mochuda loves the piety; Famous is every story of his stories ; Before him no one had shed Half what he shed...
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