During my interview for the diaconate we spoke a lot about how the different experiences I had that would indicate a calling for my diaconate. I also think it was the first interview I've ever had in my life where I convinced them not to hire me. Having gone from top to bottom of experiences … Continue reading My Ancestors Are In On The Whole Diaconate Calling
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”.
With the lockdown ongoing here in Ireland, one day out of the blue I took an interest in researching my ancestry. Don't ask me why only God knows, but by the end of the research it dawned upon me that they were looking for prayer. They got prayers said for them and I got to … Continue reading Review: My Heritage Ancestry Website