Market Day in Ireland: ritual relevance
Posted in the Roman Catholic Church Forum
#1 Nov 6, 2012
Market Day in Ireland is a culturally rich day, because various townsfolk and community-minded citizens and laborers gather to search for socially relevant dry and wet goods and coordinate economics with colorful trends.
There are even proverbs for Market Day (i.e., lyrical spiritual poems) suggesting that the Irish celebrate the religious aspects of fashion, a ritual celebration perhaps metaphorically reflecting the psychological value of food-lyrical Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Mystic Pizza" (1988).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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