Святой Диармайд (St Dermot / Diarmaid) с Инис Клотранн, игумен Инис Клотранна, Ирландия (+542) – 10 января ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Russian

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Святой Диармайд (St Dermot / Diarmaid) с Инис Клотранн,

игумен Инис Клотранна, Ирландия (+542)

10 января

Святой Диармайд с Инис Клотранн (Диармайт; др.‑ирл. Diarmaid, также Диарм (Diarmis), Диермит (Diermit); Дермот (англ. Dermot), жил в VI веке) — игумен Инис Клотранна (совр. Инишклохранн, Север-чёрч-айленд). Святой, память 10 января.

Святой Диармайд был ирландским исповедником VI века. Он был княжеского происхождения и родился в Коннахте; согласно родословным святых, его прадедом был Дубтах мокку Лугарь, один из первых поэтов Ирландии, обратившихся в христианство благодаря святому Патрику. Около 530 года он основал монастырь Инис Клотранн на озере Ри в епархии Арда.

Сюда слава о нём скоро привлекла учеников, в том числе — св. Киарана Клонмакнойсского (англ.) (память 9 сентября). Он был хорошим учителем, а также выдающимся писателем и поэтом. Диармайду приписывалась поэма-оберег «Плащ забвения» (др.‑ирл. Cealtair Díchill), чтение которой защищало от врагов. На острове были воздвигнуты семь храмов, остатки шести из которых, в том числе, церкви св. Диармайда (Teampul Diarmada) видны по сей день. Эта молельня размером восемь на семь футов, по преданию, была собственной церковью Диармайда. Основанная им монашеская школа сохраняла свою репутацию целых шесть столетий после его смерти.

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Den hellige Dermot av Inchcleraun (Inis Clothrann), Irland (+542) – 10. januar ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Norwegian

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Den hellige Dermot av Inchcleraun (Inis Clothrann), Irland (+542)

Minnedag: 10. januar

Den hellige Dermot (Diarmait, Diarmaid, Diarmuid, Diarmis, Diermit) levde i Irland på 500-tallet. Han skal ha vært av kongelig blod og fra Connacht (eng: Connaught), den vestlige provinsen i Irland. De gamle hagiografene tilskriver ham en fornem genealogi og sporer hans avstamming gjennom syv generasjoner til Daithi, den siste ardri (High king) før den hellige Patrick kom til Irland. Dermed tilhørte Dermot Ui Fiachrach, som hadde sitt navn etter Fiachra, far til Daithi og bror til Noígíallach («Niall av De ni gisler»), irsk High King på 400-tallet. Dermots mor skal ha vært Dediva eller Dediu, barnebarn av Dubthach moccu Lugair, den legendariske representanten for de poetene som gikk over til kristendommen, en kvinne som var gift fire ganger og hadde flere helgener blant sine barn, inkludert de hellige Felim av Kilmore og Daig Maccairill, Dermots halvbrødre.

Senere skal Dermot ha ønsket å grunnlegge et kapell langt fra menneskers tilholdssted, så derfor grunnla han rundt 530 et oratorium på den vakre, men ensomme øya Inis Clothrann (Innis Clothran, Innis-Clotran, Inisclothran, Iniscleraun, Inchcleraun) i Lough Ree i bispedømmet Ardagh (nå bispedømmet Ardagh and Clonmacnoise). Denne øya er rundt en mile lang (1,6 kilometer) og er rundt åtti acres stor (320 mål).

På øya skal det ha blitt bygd syv kirker, og restene av seks av dem kan fortsatt ses, inkludert Teampul Diarmada (St. Diarmaids kirke), hans eget oratorium som måler åtte ganger syv fot. I kristen tid ble øya ofte kalt Inis Diarmuda etter Dermot, og den ble også kalt Inis na Seacht dTeampull, «Øya med de syv kirker», et navn som fortsatt brukes. Øya heter i dag Inse Cloithrinn, men kalles også dessverre noen ganger fremdeles The Quaker’s Island, et navn den fikk etter en kveker som eide den for et århundre siden.

Dermots ry tiltrakk seg snart disipler, blant dem den hellige Kieran av Clonmacnoise (ca 515-ca 549), som Dermot var åndelig veileder og lærer for, og for dem grunnla han et kloster og ble dets abbed. Han assosieres også med den hellige Senan på Scattery Island (Iniscathy). Han var ikke bare en god lærer, men også en fremragende forfatter og poet.

Dermot døde en 10. januar, muligens i 542, og ble gravlagt på øya. Martyrologiet fra Donegal tilskriver ham komposisjonen av Cealtair Dichill, et versifisert litani som påkaller helgenenes beskyttelse, blant dem 52 av irsk opprinnelse. Men ettersom mange av disse levde etter Dermots tid, må vi enten avvise at han var forfatteren eller anta at noen av navnene ble lagt til på et senere tidspunkt. Etter hans død opprettholdt klosterskolen sitt ry i seks hele århundrer, og øya var et valfartssenter før reformasjonen. Hans minnedag er 10. januar, men 18. januar nevnes også. Han kalles også Diarmaid An Naomh eller Dermot the just, Dermot den rettferdige.

Diarmaid (Diarmait, Diarmuid) er et vanlig irsk navn som anglifiseres Dermot eller Derry, eller feilaktig Jeremy, Jeremiah, Jerh, Miah, Jerome, Jarmy, Jerry og Darby. Blant hellige av dette navn er den hellige biskop Dermot av Armagh (d. ca 852), Diarmait mac Mechair, skytshelgen for Magheraboy i grevskapet Fermanagh (16. januar) og Diarmait ua hÁeda Róin (d. 825) fra kongefamilien i Ulster, grunnlegger av Castledermot og en ledende skikkelse i den asketiske bevegelsen Célí Dé (21. juni).

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Heilige Dermot (Diarmaid / Diarmis) van Inchcleraun Eiland, van meer Lough Ree, Ierland (+542) – 10 januari ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Dutch

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Heilige Dermot (Diarmaid / Diarmis)

van Inchcleraun Eiland,

van meer Lough Ree, Ierland (+542)

10 januari

Dermot (ook Diarmis of Diarmaid) ( – c. 542) was een Ierse geestelijke. Hij was de stichter van het klooster van Innis-Closran (of Inchcleraun) in Ierland en werd er abt. Hij werd geestelijk leidsman van de heilige Kiernan van Clonracnois eilanden. Diarmaid bouwde 7 kerken op het Quaker Island.

Zijn feestdag is op 10 januari.

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Saint Dermot (Diarmaid / Diarmis) of Inchcleraun (Innis-Closran) Island of Lake Lough Ree, Ireland (+542)

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Lake Lough Ree in Shannon River, Ireland

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The island of Inchcleraun (Inis Cloithreann) in the northern part of the lake is the site of a monastery founded by Saint Dermot in the early Christian era and contains the remains of several ancient churches.

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Celtic Crosses in Castledermot ancient Monastery of St Dermot

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Saint Dermot (Diarmaid / Diarmis)

Abbot and founder of a monastery on Inchcleraun (Innis-Closran) Island

of Lake Lough Ree,  Ireland (+6th ce.)

January 10

Saint Dermot the Just (also known as Diarmaid Diermit, Dhiarmuit, Dermod, Diermedus, Diermetus, Diermitius, Diermitius) was a abbot of Inis Clothrann (Inchcleraun), Lough Ree, County Longford and of Faughalstown, County Westmeath and a famous Irish confessor of the late-sixth century.

He was of princely origin as he was seventh in descent from Nath Í, King of Ireland, who died 428 and a member of the Hy-Fiachrach family from Connacht. His father was Lugna, son of Lugad, son of Finbarr, son of Fraic, son of Cathchuon, son of Aengus Becchuoun, son of Nath Í son of Fiachrae son of Eochaid Mugmedon. His mother was Dediva (also called Editua or Dedi or Deidi or Deighe or Deidiu or Deaga or Mediva), daughter of Tren, son of Dubhthach moccu Lughair, who was a Chief Ollam of Ireland and royal poet of King Lóegaire mac Néill. Dediva’s other children were Saint Senan of Laraghabrine, son of Fintan, Saint Caillin of Fenagh, son of Niata, St.Mainchín of Corann, son of Collan of Corann, Saint Felim of Kilmore son of Carill, Saint Daigh of Inniskeen son of Carill, Saint Femia daughter of Carill and Senchán Torpéist, a later Chief Ollam of Ireland. Saint Diarmaid was the youngest of Dediva’s famous children.

About the year 530, he founded the great monastery of Inchcleraun on Lough Ree, in the Diocese of Ardagh. Wishing to found an oratory far from the day-to-day distractions of civilization.

Here his fame soon attracted disciples. He was a good teacher and also a distinguished writer and poet. On the island seven churches are traditionally said to have been erected, and the traces of six are still in evidence, including Teampul Diarmada, or the church of St. Dermot. This oratory, eight feet by seven feet, is said to have been Derm own church. The monastic school he founded kept up its reputation for fully six centuries after his death, and the island itself was famous for pilgrimages in pre-Reformation days. An ivory statue of the saint was removed from the island during the Reformation to avoid destruction. He also founded the monastery of Caille-Fochladha, Lough Derryvaragh, Co Westmeath, where there is a holy well dedicated to him.

St. Dermot’s nickname was ‘`Ghjermot the Just’; he is sometimes confused with an earlier St. Justus who was both baptizer and teacher of St.Kieran of Clonmacnoise. He was a friend of St. Senan, Abbot of Iniscathy and he composed metrical psalters, among which is “Cealtair Dichill”.

Saint Dermot died on 542 at Inchcleraun Island and his feast is celebrated on that date. His Feast day is on January 10

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Celtic Crosses in St Dermot’s Monastery

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Castledermot, Ireland

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St Dermot’s ancient Chapels

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