Do you remember my collection of holy pictures last week?
Kathy Taylor wrote to tell me that in the U.S. they give these holy pictures at funerals as a memorial of the loved one who has passed on. She sent me these examples. I love St. Patrick.
Jer found this very damaged and faded copy of a photograph of John B. Keane’s class in 1935. John B. is 4th from left at the back. I suppose it is too damaged even for Photoshop?
Gloucester St. Magdalens (photo Limerick Museum)
Advert from 1913…….so sad in the light of what we know now.
Another advert. below….date not given.
Those were the days….Ballybunion in the 1980s
Mary Sobieralski and Sr. Consolata reading the 1988 Pres. Yearbook.
Here, as promised, are a few photos from the magazine.
If you recognize yourself and you would like to tell us where you are now, with a recent photo, I’d love to hear from you.
Of interest to illegal Irish people in the U.S.
Local success story
Congratulations to Gerard Barrett on winning an IFTA for his short film, Pilgrim Hill; a rising star surely.
( And the frocks on Irish Oscars night?…….very disappointing; mostly balck)