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bannerwoman wrote a review Aug 2018
Dublin, Ireland6 contributions21 helpful votes
I grew up in this area in the 1960's on our way home from school on our bikes we would call in to the blessed well.
It still appears the same today, although, Molly Rourke is missing. The same cups, mugs, rosaries and statues. Everything stands still here..... love it
Date of experience: July 2018
trumpcards wrote a review Sep 2017
dublin62 contributions35 helpful votes
St Joseph's well is an ancient place of pilgrimage still in use and wonderfully well kept. Worth a visit.
Date of experience: August 2017
Frank 2510 wrote a review Jul 2017
390 contributions314 helpful votes
This place of tranquility is found coming out from Spanish Point over the Bellbridge then you take the first turn left for about half a mile. There on your right hand side you will find the following sign post 'Saint Joseph's Well'. This is very special; tranquil and another world in more ways than one. It is a place of pilgrimage; the well holds the clearest and purest of water which is said to have healing and curative powers. There is a statue of the Patron of the well namely Saint Joseph encased as you enter,. Beside this place of tranquility and pilgrimage there is a delightful small river which flows peacefully along. To enjoy this all the more there is a white bench enclosed for the wet weather on which we can relax and appreciate the beauty and blessedness of this place. There are many memorabilia reminding us in photographs of people who have come here for healing. There are many religious memorabilia along the path depicting the Irish heritage and how central spirituality was to its people especially the holy wells. This place of pilgrimage welcomes us all and invites us to be still ; to appreciate our surroundings and to know that there is a Power greater than we are.…
Date of experience: July 2017