Mass rock

[Portglenone] The Mass rock of Portglenone (also called `The Old Altar`) is one of the various Mass rocks which stand throughout Ireland. The rock was used during the mid-seventeenth century in an isolated location for Catholic Mass. These difficult times were a period dominated by the Penal Laws and known as the Penal Times. ==History== ==...
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Mass rock

A Mass rock (Carraig an Aifrinn in Irish) was a rock used as an altar in mid-17th century Ireland as a location for Roman Catholic Mass. Isolated locations were sought to hold religious ceremonies, as observing the Catholic mass was a matter of difficulty and danger at the time as a result of both Cromwell`s campaign against the Irish, and the Pe....
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