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Aithghearradh an Teagasg Chriosda agus Co-Chruinneachadh de dh’Urnaighean, Laoidhean, agus Comhairlean O Fhacal Dhe

  • G2
  • Item
  • 19-?

Item is a catechism, collection of hymns, prayers and council concerning the seven deadly sins. This was first produced by Fr. Alexander MacDonald (Maighstir Alasdair Mór). Rev. MacDonald was born in Lochaber, Scotland in 1801. He was ordained in Scotland in 1824 and after serving as parish priest in Moidart, immigrated to Cape Breton where, in 1842, he became parish priest in Mabou and Vicar General to the bishop of Arichat. D. 1865 in Mabou. Item was licenced to print by Bishop James Morrison, b. of Antigonish from 1913-1950.

Aithghearradh an Teagasg Chriosda. Agus Co-chruinneachadh de dh’Urnaighean, Laoidhean, agus Comhairlean O Fhacal Dhe

  • G3
  • Item
  • ca. 1920

Item is a catechism, collection of hymns, prayers and council concerning the seven deadly sins. This was first produced by Fr. Alexander MacDonald (Maighstir Alasdair Mór). Rev. MacDonald was born in Lochaber, Scotland in 1801. He was ordained in Scotland in 1824 and after serving as parish priest in Moidart, immigrated to Cape Breton where, in 1842, he became parish priest in Mabou and Vicar General to the bishop of Arichat. D. 1865 in Mabou. Item was licenced to print by Bishop James Morrison, b. of Antigonish from 1913-1950.

An Solus Iuil ; Leabhar 1

  • GN15
  • Item
  • 1925-1926

Item was a monthly periodical published by the recently created United Church. It's writings are religious in nature with the occtional wedding announcement.

An Solus Iuil ; Leabhar 1, Aireamh 2

  • GN16
  • Item
  • 1925

Item was a monthly periodical published by the recently created United Church. It's writings are religious in nature with the occtional wedding announcement.

Archie Morrison fonds

  • MG 6.34
  • Fonds
  • 1900-1979

This fonds consists of a collection of Gaelic songs, stories, poetry, history and tombstone inscriptions.

Papers are in Gaelic:

  1. Story: “Seann Chuimhneachan air a’ Choire Ghlas” copied from the work by John MacCormick, first appearing in An Gaidheal, Vol.2. Photocopy, 12 pages.
  2. Story: "A’Bhean Iadach" from Am Measg Nam Bodach, 1938.
    "Iain Ciar agus an Robair" from Aig Tigh na Beinne by Katherine Whyte Grant.
    "Eoghan Ruadh aig a ‘Mhod" from The Celtic Garland by Henry Whyte. Photocopies, 20 pages.
  3. Poetry and songs, many by Cape Breton bards. many have been copied from songs appearing in The History of Christmas Island Parish. Also a song composed by Murdoch Morrison of Ferguson's Lake and Gaelic translations of English hymns. Photocopies and originals, 38 pages.
  4. An typed excerpt from the Gaelic translation of the Episcopalian Book of Common Prayer. Photocopy, 1 page.
  5. Description of Islands of Coll, Uist and Mull copied from the book Am Measg nam Bodach, 1938.
  6. Inscriptions on the tombstones of John MacLean, Gaelic bard; Rev. Alexander MacLean Sinclair and Mrs. John Sinclair. Photocopy, 1 page. Presented by Mr. Morrison.

Eilean na h-Oige

  • G26
  • Item
  • 19-

Item is a poem by Fr. Allan MacDonald.

Gaelic Hymns

Hymns include:

"Tha Gainneamh Tim ri Sioladh" Gaelic translation of "The Sands of Time are Sinking" by Rev. George Murray.
"Laoidh Naomh Anndra" translated by Fr. Donald MacAdam
"Cho Naomh 's a tha thu"and "He Hideth My Soul in the Cleft of the Rock" translated by George A. Strachan of Framboise Intervale and Hamilton,Ontario.
"Laoidh Naomh Anndra" with sheet music and Latin words. 2 copies
"Laoidh air Fulangas is Pais Chriosda" by Archie "The Tailor" MacLellan of Broad Cove.

Gaelic Sermon : Lagh na Carrantachd

  • MG 6.27
  • Fonds
  • n.d.

Fonds consists of a Gaelic sermon - 12th Sunday after Pentecost - by an unknown author. The author talks about the definition of "neighbor" and talks about the Good Samaritan.

Isobel MacDonald fonds

  • MG 6.41
  • Fonds

Fonds consists of Gaelic hymn music composed by Isobel T. MacDonald of South Uist, Scotland The hymns are all compositions of Fr. Allan MacDonald, Eriskay.

Leabhar na h'Urnuigh Choitchionn, agus Frithealadh nan Sacramainte

Item is a complete translation of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England. The full title is "Leabhar na h'Urnuigh Choitchionn, agus Frithealadh nan Sacramainte, agus Riaghailte agus Deasghnatha Eile na h'Eaglais : do Reir Gnathachadh na h'Eaglais Shasgonaich: Maille ris an t Saltair no Sailm Dhaibhidh" which translates as "Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Ceremonies of the Church According to the Use of the Church of England Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David"

Scottish Tunes and Gaelic Prayers

Item is an audio recording of the CJFX 25th Anniversary Program on Scottish music from Cape Breton. The second part of the recording is Mrs. Catherine MacLean of Boisdale singing a hymn and reciting prayers in Gaelic.

Recording summary:
Violin selections - Scottish tunes
Violin selections - Scottish tunes
Songs - Scottish tunes
Violin selections - Scottish tunes
Songs - Scottish tunes
Violin selections - Piano accompaniment by Donald A. Beaton
Program conclusion - Grand finale by all performers
Brief biographical sketch - Biography of Catherine MacLean, who died at Stella Maris home at age of 101
Interview with MacLean on 95th birthday - MacLean recited these prayers in Gaelic on her 100th birthday
Recitation of prayers in Gaelic: "Laoidh Mhoire Mhaighdean" (Hymn to the Virgin Mary) by Julia MacDonald (Sìleas na
Ceapaich); A Spioraid Naoimh an Ard -Threise (Veni Sancte Spiritus)
Reading of Gaelic address by J.L. MacDonald. This address was written
by the late Hugh MacKenzie
Gaelic address
Reading of Gaelic address to MacLean
Story of mother's life in Boisdale
School teachers at Boisdale - Reminisces about teachers at Boisdale