St. Jarlath's Symbol of Reliquary by Harry Clarke

St Jarlath was born in 445 AD and died on 26th of December 540 AD.

The symbol is located at the top of the panel.

St Jarlath’s panel is in St Mary’s church because he was in the dioceses of Tuam.

The colours in the symbol are yellow, red, blue, orange, blue and purple.

The windows were inserted into the church in 1925.

Harry Clarke went to see the windows in December 1925.

Harry died in his sleep on January 6th 1931.

Jarlath belonged to the Conmaicne family.

Jarlath was trained by a holy man and ordained by a priest along with his cousin.

Noah, Anthony, Darren

Drawing of Harry Clarke's St. Jarlath's reliquary
Noah, Anthony & Darren 6th Class St. Joseph's NS Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo

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