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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:42 am 
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Im 26 years old and would love to make new friends from Ireland or anywhere else, Id like to get to talk with other who are serious about their faith, and whom we could encourage and support each other and have fellowship withone another through email, Please pm me if you would like a new email friend as Id love to talk with you


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:07 pm 
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Hi Anna, there are lots of us Irish on here, you shouldn't have much trouble in making friends...just jump in there with everyone else and join in the discussions! :) Welcome to the forum.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 2:20 am 
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Anna welcome to the forum! Not from Ireland, but feel free to hop over to the Miscellaneous section and join us for a cup of coffee. I'm sure Mamamary wouldn't mind putting on the kettle if you'd prefer a cup of tea. :D

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OnASpiritualJourney2 wrote:
Anna welcome to the forum! Not from Ireland, but feel free to hop over to the Miscellaneous section and join us for a cup of coffee. I'm sure Mamamary wouldn't mind putting on the kettle if you'd prefer a cup of tea. :D


Being half Irish meself, may I humbly suggest the use of the larger tea bags and a jumbo size prewarmed pot :wink:

May you all be safely delivered to Heaven half an hour before the divil knows you're dead.
ps. They serve the best coffee and tea there.


Peace and Love.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:34 pm 
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Anna1983 wrote:
Im 26 years old and would love to make new friends from Ireland or anywhere else, Id like to get to talk with other who are serious about their faith, and whom we could encourage and support each other and have fellowship withone another through email, Please pm me if you would like a new email friend as Id love to talk with you
hi anna would love to welcome you to the form,my names terry donnelly im a 27 year old male from ballymena near belfast im not long back from medjugorje was my 1st time it was an expereince i cant put into words but i made i video of my pics feel free to have a look http://www.youtube.com/user/tdonn07#pla ... PQuEF_oT0s "if you knew how much i love you,you would cry from joy"our lady queen of peace xo


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:32 pm 
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Terry, its a small world...I'm just down the road from you! :lol:

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OK, I don't live in Ireland but I have dual Irish/UK nationality. Will that do ? :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:43 pm 
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Hi Anna. Shireling of Ireland here! Very welcome to the forum. :)


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Not from irleand but I wish I could be. I do however have a bit of the Kelly bloodline in the family tree. Greetings from Upper Michigan or I refer to them as, the Highlands of Michigan. But that because , like Scotland we are mostly controlled by someone below us who barely notices we are here. :lol:
welcome to the forum. I know you'll like the stuff here.


Psst. I do have some Guinness in the fridge if you get sick of the tea. Or Irn Bru if you don't drink beer.


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Hi ,I live in Kildare with my wife and five kids.I am 29 years old and give you a big welcome.


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martinmcdonnell wrote:
Hi ,I live in Kildare with my wife and five kids.I am 29 years old and give you a big welcome.


Cead mile failte to you also Michael! :)

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Welcome to the forum Martin! :D

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:54 pm 
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Hello,

Eventhough I am not from Ireland. I would like say, Welcome to the forum and nice to meet you as well.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:03 pm 
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Hello Anna
I am from Ireland, I hope you are keeping well, may God bless you and all your family. I am pleased to be your friend. Karen : :P


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:28 am 
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Karen,

I don't know if you know about the Youth 2000 Summer Festival at Clonmacnois in Co. Offaly? Happening this year from 4th to 7th August 2011. I was there last year. Excellent festival. Just for ages between 16 and 35. But they had over 1000 young people there for the 4 days. There is 24 hour adoration, daily mass, rosary, workshops, talks, and on the Saturday night there is such a moving reconcilliation/healing service where 60 priests line up to hear confessions and over 1000 youth are having confessions heard. Priests keep going to all hours of the early morning until everyone who wishes to go to confession have had it. But throughout the weekend there is plenty of fun, music, games, etc too. Really good. International speakers from around the world. Might be of interest to you.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 26, 2011 5:54 pm 
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Hi Dunowen70,
I am a bit late replying sorry, I did not get to go to the occasion you referred to.
I was in Knock last week, their was a special novena taking place for the week.
I was there on Sunday and it was very good.
I am going to Eddie Stone tommorow in Clonfert.
There will be one of the Visionaries their, in September the 22nd this year,
Vicki from Medjugorje, she has received all of the ten secrets from Our Lady. I hope to go on that day also.
Karen :o


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 7:06 pm 
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Anna1983 wrote:
Im 26 years old and would love to make new friends from Ireland or anywhere else, Id like to get to talk with other who are serious about their faith, and whom we could encourage and support each other and have fellowship withone another through email, Please pm me if you would like a new email friend as Id love to talk with you



Ya I am Irish - The Republic.


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I am not from Ireland but I am a new member of this forum. My name is Jacobees and I join this forum for some help and for sharing good information with each others.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:48 pm 
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Hello Anna welcome and all newcomers this is irish m
May GOD BLESS YOU AND THE BLESSED MOTHER BE WITH YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY IN LIFE
LOTS OF LOVE IRISH M :D :D :D


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:10 pm 
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Hi Anna
I am from Ireland, I love to be your friend, I am a handmaid in knock for last few years, and were in Medjugorje twice, I were in Lourdes once. I am a student in college doing Art. I put my religion into my Art, it is only reason I do Art, but some times get shunned for that. I believe in God so it is worth it, as only gives me a stronger character. I understand how in society people do not talk about their faith, but I do in my Art. I do in society also when opportunity is their. Artist call it purity well that is close to a degree. They base purity on the human form though, then it is a challenge. I always will include the Spirit in my work, through Faith, Love and understanding. I love to make time to pray and go to the church. Saints are great to help inspire the Spirit, especially in the Church. Inspiration through creativity is natural through Faith, but when we are given Artists to be inspired through, I look for where their art inspires my Faith. I am never looking for an idea it is always their before hand. That is funny because it always has me one step ahead of the posse. Well the odd time I will be stuck but rarely.

Hi Dunowen70
How are you?

Karen


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 11:54 pm 
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Hiya to all,
Stumbled across this forum by chance. Actually I was looking for info on "The Triumph" dvd. And the "Queen of Peace" doc. Namely how to get hold of the DVDs for friends and family. Specially those who don't or won't read books ...
Still no wiser, but was pleased to discover this forum, which does not appear to take itself TOO seriously.
Not from Ireland, but a quarter Irish, both grand parents. .. In UK.
Grand to know cups of tea are offered!
Even though in this part of the country (northumberland) we 'mash' the tea. Not 'brew'
Well, I never thought I'd end up on a Medj forum, talking bout grand cuppsa tea ...hehe. But there we are. The ways of God are strange.
God bless you all
Jo Mary


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Hi Jo Mary!

I'm a few weeks late but welcome to the forum!

Did you find what you were looking for on "The Triumph" and "Queen of Peace" documentaries?

-Tim

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