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View of St Mullins graveyard and ecclesiastical settlement from Google Earth A pattern day, is a day when people come together to perform pilgrimage at a holy well or saints grave, usually on the saints feast day. St Moling founded a monastery here in the seventh century and he is reputed to be buried within the ruins of the monastic buildings found in the modern graveyard.
The waters from the well are reputed to have great healing powers. To get to the water one has to enter through a narrow door.
I also had a chat with Mr Joe Mahony who was originally from Coolrainey and is now aged He told me that when he was young as well as drinking the water people would stick their heads under flow of water as it came out of the wall. It was the belief that this would protect them from ailments of the head for the coming year.
View of Patron Mass from Summit of nearby Motte Some tried to take cover from the rain under the trees or in the ruins of the monastic buildings. There is a real sence that this is a very important event for the local community.
Amusments at St Mullins The pattern is a day for people to meet up with friends and have a chat.
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By the 12th century, Ireland was divided politically into a shifting hierarchy of petty kingdoms and over-kingdoms. Power was concentrated into the hands of a few regional dynasties contending against each other for control of the whole island.
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