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A Link With The Past

By Irish America Staff
December / January 2002

How many hours did you spend learning your catechism? Could you still answer your questions and recite your prayers in Irish? For those of you who could use a review, or who just miss An Teagasc criostai, the ‘old’ Catechism, is available once again. This reprint of the 1954 edition contains 443 questions and answers and the usual prayers, all in updated spelling. At $12 your soul cannot afford to go without it. To request a copy write to Padraig Ua Corbaidh Doire, Cill Na Seanratha, Co. An Chabhain, Ireland. ♦

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