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  • Here stands The Pilgrim, a woodcarving which sits outside the entrance to the visitor's center at Clonmacnoise Monastic Site. This evocative carving represents all those who have traveled, through time immemorial, for healing, whether physical or spiritual. The Pilgrim casts her head downward resting on a hand - a symbol of humility, and the most genuine demeanor for the journey.

    No matter the journey - inward or outward - we are all pilgrims.
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