Place Amongst The Stones'
Guest Book Page 22
If you arrived here from a keyword search why not check all the links below and travel with me to the West of Ireland.
Name: Sue Roddy
From: Toronto, Ontario Canada
Referred by: Word of Mouth
Time: Saturday, March 6, 1999 at 19:52:47
This is a wonderful web site! We found it while doing genealogical research on our Irish ancestors. Your Grosse Ile section was great. I hope to go there this summer. Reading about your travels put a smile on my face! Again, great web site!
Name: AOIFE KEEGAN
Referred by: From MoyTura's Business Card
Time: Sunday, March 7, 1999 at 13:10:44
YOUR PAGE IS GREAT. I FOUND OUT LOTS ABOUT CLONMACNOISE. YOURS THANKFULLY,
Name: Steven D. Leising
From: Sacramento, California
Referred by: From ICQ
Time: Monday, March 8, 1999 at 21:01:26
Hi, I talked with you on ICQ today and you referred me to this URL. It was very beautiful. Like looking at a piece of Home. Thank you for the wonderful tour. Steve,
Name: Solange Noelle
From: San Francisco, California
Referred by: From Search Engine
Time: Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 14:38:42
I stumbled onto your site looking for Irish language resources, and just wanted to tell you what a lovely site it is. I came to Ireland for the first time last fall and fell into a really great house in Galway, where I stayed for two months--though I was only supposed to stay in Ireland for two weeks! Looking at your website has made me homesick for my home-away-from-home, where my grandfather's parents were from. Thanks for the photos and the eminently readable copy. I really enjoyed myself! Cheers!
Name: Karen Rocha
From: Kansas City, Kansas USA
Referred by: Search Engine
Time: Friday, March 12, 1999 21:41
I happened on to your web site when i was looking for a source to buy Stations of the Cross from. My husband and I recently purchased 6 acres of land here in Kansas, where we are planning on building a house eventually. The land is all wooded and I thought it would be neat to establish a "Stations of the Cross" trail through the woods. I am searching for a set of new or "used" Stations to install on this property.
Anyway, I was searching for "Stations of the Cross" with one of the search engines and saw your site. It immediately caught my attention because I have been to Medjugorje also! Your site is just beautiful and one of the most wonderful tributes to Medjugorje that I have seen! Your work must surely be pleasing to Our Lady and her Son!!
What also caught my eye is your IRISH heritage. My maiden name is O'Connell. My father, John Patrick O'Connell is very involved in the Irish community in our town and in supporting efforts to bring peace to all Ireland. This year, he has been chosen to be the Grand Marshall of our St. Patrick's Day parade. This is a big honor here in America.
Well, Greetings to you and your family and Thank You for creating such a beautiful web site and sharing yourself with the rest of the world. May your work inspire others to seek the goodness of Our Lord and may he bless you each day more and more. Peace, Karen Rocha
Name: George Monroe
From: Sidney, NY USA
Referred by: From PowWow
I thought you had a very nice home page. It was different to what I am seeing over here in the USA. Thank you for letting me sign your guestbook.
Name: Debra Blose
From: Jamestown,New York
Referred by: From Yahoo Bridge
Time: Friday, March 19, 1999 at 18:41:16
Beautiful job. There is so much more to Ireland then anyone knows. Hope to see more.
Name: Ian Devaney
From: USA via Sligo
Referred by: Excite Talk
Time: Friday, March 19, 1999 23:59
I just visited your site, very well done. I was just talking to you on the chat line - the guy from Sligo. Take care & good luck.
Name: Pauline McDonagh
From: Carraroe Galway
Referred by: From SearchEngine
Time: Saturday, March 20, 1999 18:08
I have found your site interesting so far, but I am only new to the internet and I am planning on viewing the rest of your site in great depth
Name: Ed & Gail McCowan
Referred by: Search Engines
Time: Monday, March 22, 1999 6:08
I spent the day at a horse show, came home exhausted, but intending to look up andulusian stallions. Somehow, I went from there to ancient Ireland and surfed into your site. My sister and I are tracking our family members from Ireland (Wallace & Butler of Kilkenny). Your site was refreshing and wonderful, the music is divine. Thank you from the west coast of the United States.
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If you have enjoyed this page please drop a comment into our Guestbook - and Don't Forget.......!
For those who have just joined me on this page why not go to the beginning of our travels and see some of the places in The Start of Our Journey through the West of Ireland.
My Place Amongst the Stones gives the history of my company name, Moytura - a celtic heritage going back thousands of years.
We journey to my own parish of Lackagh - a small village just 12 miles from Galway with a mighty big history. Learn all about the Battle of Knockdoe - one of Ireland's bloodiest of conflicts in the 16th century.
We then move on to take a quick jaunt around Galway City; and then to the heart of Connemara - with its wild and wonderful beauty.
From there we journey south into County Clare and see The Burren - a place that has lain undisturbed since the Ice-age and of immense botanical, ecological and archaeological importance.
Visit Ireland's finest early monastic heritage centre in Clonmacnoise, County Offaly; and to my favourite of all the early Christian Church locations - Clonfert, South County Galway, with its beautiful tiny 12th century Cathedral of Saint Brendan. Come with me around the grounds and see the Bishop's Palace and the 1000 year old Yew Walk.
While on the Clonfert pages, you can learn a potted history of Saint Brendan the Navigator, possibly the first European to set foot in North America in the 6th. century. And join me in the celebrations when this tiny cathedral was listed in the World Monuments Watch 2000 most endangered monuments.
Come with me on my 'Famine Journey' which starts in Westport, and moves to Sligo, my Dad's County and the departure port for many of the 'Coffin Ships'. This part of my journey ends in Grosse-Île on a tiny island east of Quebec City.
On this page you will learn some of the history of our Famine Refugees and find the final resting place of over 6,000 of my country folk who died within sight of their first freedom in over 300 years. This is where many of the Irish roots in North America started.
Our Journey moves on to other places on that visit to Canada where we see Quebec City and some of Ontario's lovely places and then to two of Canada's famous Catholic Shrines - Saint Anne de Beaupré and to Cap-de-la-Madeleine.
Finally, join me on my pilgrimage to a peaceful haven in a war-torn country in Medugorje in Bosnia-Hercegovinia. The other areas of my Web site can be found in the drop-down box below.
If you are interested in Irish history or anything to do with Ireland why not visit our new additions where you will find a large selection of genuine Irish goods as well as Irish reading, music & viewing material!:
Moytura's Irish Store, Moytura's Irish Bookshop, Moytura's Irish Music Store, and Moytura's Irish Video Store
I have added links pages of other places related to the places we visit, links to leisure activities in Ireland i.e. golf, fishing, horse riding, sailing in Ireland, festivals, entertainment etc. and some of my friends' home pages.
Go raith míle maith agat - thanks a million
Beannacht Dé Ort - bain taitneamh as do thuras.
God Bless and Enjoy Your 'Journey'
Oh, I nearly forgot......come and meet me and mine HERE
See some of the awards received for this site HERE.
For those of you who are interested in tracing you family ancestry these pages might help, just hit the banners to go directly to each site or check out our Trace Your Ancestry pages first where you can see some of the vast numbers of data base lists and try out an on-line search for yourself.
Every now and then people send me stories, poems, or URLs to other Home Pages that I find very touching or uplifting, they can be found at the links below. Some will make you smile, maybe even laugh, some may make you cry or a little sad - but all will leave a little bit of a mark, if only for the few minutes you spend reading or listening to them. Enjoy - I call this section:
"PRAYERFUL THOUGHTS & THOUGHTFUL PRAYERS"
CIRCLE THE WORLD WITH PRAYER
Could you DONATE just 10 minutes of your time a day?? If Yes then- GIVE IT TO GOD! Great rewards and long-term benefits! Invitation open to ANYONE, ANYWHERE, ANY RELIGION & NONE!!
Check out the WHY, WHERE, WHEN & HOW here: Circle of Prayer Then ask yourself the question - WHY NOT?!?!
Celtic Women International
Celtic Women International is a young and vibrant organisation founded by Jean Bills, a woman with Irish roots living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is now in growth phase and expanding membership throughout the whole world for ANYONE (yes, even the guys!) with Celtic roots. It's purpose is to honour, celebrate and promote our Celtic Heritage. In the near future we hope to be a resource for all things Celtic with databases of other Celtic Organisations, Support Bodies, Music & the Arts etc. Membership, for only $25!!, incorporates a quarterly newsletter with the finest of articles related all things Celtic.
Our annual conference brings together some of the best advocates of Celtic Traditions as well as musicians and artists representing the recognised Celtic Nations of Ireland, Cornwall, Scotland, Wales, The Isle of Man, Brittany and Galicia and Asturia in Spain. 2002 sees the conference on the move and will be held in New Orleans, 2003 in Toronto, 2004 in Pheonix and 2005 in GALWAY, IRELAND! Please help us to grow this wonderful organisation by joining us as a member. All are very welcome and your presence can only enrich us. Learn all about us at:
Celtic Women International
Moytura's web site currently has 12 definite and individual sections which can be found below:.
WEB DESIGN & HOSTING
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IT'S JUST THE IRISH IN YOU!
If you are Irish or have an affinity with Ireland, Moytura also has an Irish Book Shop, Irish Video Store and Irish Music Store, stocked with all things Irish or Irish-related. Just hit the buttons below:
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Just hit the banner to the left.
Are You Drawing Up Your Family Tree?
Moytura now has a brand new Irish shopping site online, so why not go and have a mooch by hitting the logo!
Here you will find a vast selection of Irish products in the following categories: Ancestry, Art, Books, Collectors items, Crafts, Crystal, Dancing, Fashion, Foodhall, Fragrances, Gifts, Heraldry, Houseware, Jewellery, Maps, Music, Names, Sportswear, Travel and Videos. All our goods are from genuine Irish suppliers.
Email addresses are used for one purpose only - to send on your newsletter.
They are given to NO OTHER third party.
HOME-BASED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Moytura Graphic Design has expanded enormously since it's humble beginnings just a few years ago and has taken a new business venture which can be operated from home on a full or part-time basis. You can learn about this work-from-home opportunity here.
The telecommunications industry goes from strength to strength world wide, especially with de-regulation opening up most countries to healthy and cost-cutting competition. The company, for which we are Independent Consultants, has been so successful since its European start-up in 1998 that it has now expanded from the UK to Ireland Belgium, the Netherlands, and the USA. It plans to expand even further in the very near future - to:
If you, or anyone you know, living in any of these countries would like to start a home-based business, the opportunities are enormous as this company is only just beginning and, as Independent Consultants, everyone will be in at the very ground level. E-MAIL for details or check out the WEBPAGE.
Contact Mary Mullins, Moytura Graphic Design, Cregmore, Claregalway, Co. Galway, Ireland. Ph: +353 91 798407
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