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Posted by on Dec 24, 2011 in Headlines, History, Religious | 0 comments

Oiche Nollag, Christmas Eve

There’s a tradition in Ireland to light a candle in the window, leave the doors unlocked, and keep the hearth fire burning to welcome the Holy Family. We’re happy to share more about Irish Christmas tradition with the help of few of our online friends:

In the Perceptive Travel post by Kerry Dexter that we found this video featuring Máire Mhac an tSaoi’s Christmas Eve poem… it’s in Irish but the English words appear in the video.

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