Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay In the early months of 2008 prior to my intense and developed interest into my Catholic faith, I'd never really read the Bible. I think it's true of most Catholic lay people that the Bible is a sort of confusing collection of books that doesn't really make sense especially the … Continue reading How Do I Read The Bible Properly?
Dear readers I recently wrote a blog post on Hell. In my rush to write it and all that is going on in my busy life I sat here this evening and realized I made an error. In fact it was the Holy Spirit who guided me to see my error. I had spoken in … Continue reading Mistakes Made And Errors To Be Corrected
Image by Wolfgang Eckert from Pixabay Today had been a busy one for me. Through the door came my application for the diaconate. Prior to filling it out and sending it away, I completed my application for Bus Eireann as a driver. Bus Eireann is Irelands national Bus transport system that gets you from A … Continue reading Reflections On A Life Once Lived
Red and yellow tunnel leading to the rotating light. May symbolise way to heaven after death, clinical death, escape, exit, freedom, psychedelic vision or some frame from the SF movie. For those of us who merely skim the surface of the scriptures and read them for what they are, it is not difficult to conclude … Continue reading Do All Rich People Go To Hell? No, Only Poor People Send Themselves There
Since doing my research on my ancestors I got to discover the city they're all from which is Limerick. For anyone who has followed my genealogical story on social media will realize how I encountered many supernatural things along the way that would give a strong indication on the souls of my ancestors reaching out … Continue reading New City, New Life, And A Fresh Perspective
Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Toulouse - chapelle des reliques - Confessionnal PM31000752 Confession is a great Sacrament that is beneficial for everyone even for those who lack a complete knowledge on how to do it right. I'm writing this short article today assuming you already know the basics. It's not a how to go to confession … Continue reading Hidden Pitfalls To Avoid In Confession
Ever since the invitation to consider the diaconate by my local priest I knew what was coming I just didn't know how it would come. Yes, I'm talking about demonic attacks. In fact the devil already knew before me what the priests had planned for me and attacked me before the invitation even took place … Continue reading I’m under serious demonic attack
In my opinion camping with the hammock and tarp has more benefits to it than the tent. The tent is often dry, humid and hot inside it. In addition to this there can be lots of condensation in the morning on the walls of the tent. It's heavy the carry around especially if you're in … Continue reading Camping With A Hammock And Tarp Vs Tent
Hidden deep in the country side village of BallyMacElligott, Co.Kerry lies Bealagrellagh castle. In English it translates at "Mouth of the miry ford" and is the last remaining castle of my ancestors who built four of them in the region in the 1500s. The 16th century is when my surname McElligott first appeared and began … Continue reading A Visit To My Ancestor Ulick McElligott Castle “Bealagrellagh”.
I don't remember documenting this on my blog but I did mention it on social media. In 2020 during the lockdown I began research on my surname McElligott and all the family members related to me via this name. In the process of my research I discovered my great grandmother Anne Reddan who was formerly … Continue reading When All Your Dreams Come True