St. Mullin’s Cross Co. Carlow Ireland
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This 10″ x 5″ cross is a replica of a cross found at the monastery of St. Mullin’s on the east bank of the River Barrow.This monastery was founded by St. Moling who died in the year 696. Note the many shamrocks. The Shamrock used by St. Patrick to explain the Trinity, the triple nature of God. For hanging indoors or outdoors. Hang tag included with history and description. McHarp ………. Crosses with meaning. Handcrafted in the USA. Handmade products – No two are exactly alike, images and color may vary slightly from actual products.