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Gaelic: My Ancestors’ Native Tongue

July 21st, 2008
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I’ve struck up a nice friendship with some Christians involved in teaching and publishing in Ireland, in Gaelic, working to preserve the ancient language of the Emerald Isle and advancing Christianity. I asked them what my name would be in Gaelic. Interestingly, they verified what I’ve read elsewhere about my ancestoral Clan name: MacEain.

So, here is my name in Gaelic.

Pól Mac Eáin (Paul McCain)

This is a photo of the Lord’s Prayer in beautiful Gaelic calligraphy.

Dia leat!  (God be with you).

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  1. Rev. Matthew Thompson
    July 21st, 2008 at 20:26 | #1

    Pól Mac Eáin…. So now we know why you love all things Mac!

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