Kal. iv. A.D. 518 Battle of Detna, in Droma-Bregh, in which fell Ardgal, son of Conall Crimhthann, son of Niall. Muircertach Mac Earca, and Colga, son of Cloith, son of Crunn, son of Fedhlimidh, King of Airghiall, were the victors. Buti, son of Bronach, died, and Colum Cille was born, of whom was said:— The gentle […]
Not that I count these present sufferings as the measure of that glory which is to be revealed in us. If creation is full of expectancy, that is because it is waiting for the sons of God to be made known. Created nature has been condemned to frustration; not for some deliberate fault of its […]
Iona of my heart, Iona of my love, Instead of monks’ voices Shall be the lowing of cattle; But ere the world come to an end, Iona shall be as it was.