20 thoughts on “Long Walk To Salvation

    1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

      “Show me the right path, O Lord;
      point out the road for me to follow” – Psalm 25:4-5

      1. Cian

        “A wise man’s heart directs him toward the right, but the foolish man’s heart directs him toward the left. ” Ecclesiastes 10:2

  1. Rugbyfan

    RTE will no doubt be showing it, grab a few bottles of whatever and sit back and relax…..
    Bodger to post RTE deets as they come available

  2. Bort

    Is there any protests about I dunno, loads of stuff? Will there be protesting allowed? They kept the Queen protesters way back, the Pope protesters probably won’t be let in the county.

    1. postmanpat

      5 hour wait to protest then another 5 hour wait to go home? Even longer if its a warm day and auld ones start dropping dead or worse, just have strokes/ heart attacks and the ambulances kind of “have” to get to the hospital , causing more traffic disruption. Screw it. let the pious babies have their bottle.

    2. Rob_G

      You could also engage in passive resistence to the event – just don’t go, and ignore it and enjoy your weekend(?)

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I like the sunset addition. For safety reasons I assume, but it’s reassuring to visitors that the organisers have thought it all through. No road closures announced yet but given the traffic mess that Ed Sheeran caused I think I’ll bail out o’ town till all de prayin’s done and de holy man gone home. Surprised there’s not a alternative festival.

  3. Cian

    Wow. Excluding the time to get to the “transport hub” it is almost 10 hours.

    According to de’google it’s a 1hr 3minute walk (5.2km or 3¼ miles) from O’Connell bridge to the Papal cross.

    You could walk from Sutton to the Papal cross in the 3hr 15m (or Foxrock, Saggart, Leixlip or Dunboyne)

  4. phil

    Maybe the people who they are expecting to go will be slow walkers , and to be fair, walking barefoot , it would take that long…

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