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Tony On Tour
 
# 1 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 00:31
 
 
He died in 1231 at the age of 35,but that wont stop Tony touring Ireland next week playing several venues on his "Saints go marchin' in" tour,including Wexford,Dublin,Cork,Limerick,Galway and Belfast before his UK gigs.He is patron to lost items,travellers,native americans,horses,shipwrecks and fishermen amongst many others. He kicks off the tour in Fairview church next Thursday at 6PM,will you be there?
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# 2 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 00:44
 
 
I'm at a loss.
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# 3 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 00:47
 
 
Saint Anthony of Padua,well,a floating rib and layers of cheek skin of the Saint,are on the way.
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# 4 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 00:50
 
 
I have a bone here you can worship. On your knees bitch!
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# 5 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 01:22
 
 
Ah cool, I quite like St Anto.
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# 6 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 01:31
 
 
I'm a fan too,will be hoping to get to his Church Street gig on October 23rd.
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# 7 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 06:46
 
 
Is there a patron saint for lost dignity
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# 8 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 09:13
 
 
Yes Flamey--St Jude!

I remember seeing St Anto's relics when they visited Fairview Church ten or more years ago. I find the whole business of saints' relics bizarre.
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# 9 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 16:25
 
 
Someone said :

I find the whole business of saints' relics bizarre.

Someone calculated once that if you took all the 'true' relics from the cross that Jesus was crucified on, you would have enough timber to make several hundred crosses.
Miraculous!
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# 10 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 17:52
 
 
The veneration of saintly relics is such a medieval peasant carnival.

The idea makes me queasy.
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# 11 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 18:38
 
 
My mum was a great believer in St. Anthony for finding things.

I don't much like relic fests. Not religious at
all myself but it smacks of idolatry.
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# 12 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 19:03
 
 
Someone said :
My mum was a great believer in St. Anthony for finding things.

I don't much like relic fests. Not religious at
all myself but it smacks of idolatry.

Even if it were idolatry, so what? Surely people are free to worship whomever they like.
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# 13 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 19:59
 
 
I owe Saint Anthony some amount of money
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# 14 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 22:46
 
 
Lari,that wasn't Anto's bones,dem bones dem bones was Therese of Liseux's,the self raising flower.
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# 15 : Friday 11-10-2013 @ 22:50
 
 
LOL. I'm pretty sure it was Anto. It may have been longer ago than that. Could well have been 2001ish.
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