Early Christian standing stone cross at St Mochulla holy well in the small town of Tulla, County #Clare, #Ireland. According to local stories, the wet moss from the well has curative powers for sore eyes. You must replace the moss for the cure to work.
St Mochulla's Holy Well in the small village of Tulla in Co Clare, Ireland. This ancient well was dedicated to the 7th century saint in the early 1800's. Local legend holds that the well has curative properties for people with "sore eyes", such as visual impairment, styes, etc.
Tulla's first church
www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/places/tulla_history.htm Tulla church was founded about 620 by Mochuille, or Mochulla, son of Dicuil, and was fortified by his converts. He was consecrated a Bishop and died at a great age at some unknown date during the seventh century. In 1086 the monastery was blockaded and nearly taken by Tadhg, son of the titular king of Ireland. In 1141 a detailed account of the life of St. Mochulla was written by a monk in the neighbourhood of Limerick. The village of…