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Saint Brigid and the King's Wolf By Mary Kane Hendrickson
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Many legends recall Saint Brigid’s generosity as she traveled across Ireland in a chariot caring for all she met. The story of Saint Brigid and the King’s Wolf recalls her kindness to the... More > people of her village, Kildare, as well as the wild animals of the forest. Saint Brigid’s day is February 1. Woven rush crosses are hung over doors for goodluck and oat breads are left on windowsills as a reminder to share food with those in need. In Ireland, this date marks the beginning of the new growing season when the soil begins to warm and the spring season will begin.< Less
Folk Tales of St. Brigid By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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A collection of folk tales, prayers, and poems about this wonderful Irish Saint who did much to spread Orthodox Christianity around Ireland in the footsteps of St. Patrick.
The Tales of Brigid of Ireland; The Stolen Cows By Nancy Landis
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A traditional Celtic folktale of Brigid of Ireland, dating to 500 AD. Brigid, an Irish girl-turned-saint, is the subject of many wonderful tales that teach life lessons of kindness and generosity. ... More > Humorous and wise. Beautiful hand done illustrations.< Less
The Life of Saint Bridget: Virgin and Abbess By Patroness
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Saint Brigid of Kildare, or Brigit of Ireland (variants include Brigid, Bridget, Bridgit, Bríd and Bride), nicknamed Mary of the Gael (Irish: Naomh Bríd) (c. 451–525) is one of... More > Ireland's patron saints along with Saints Patrick and Columba. Irish hagiography makes her an early Irish Christian nun, abbess, and founder of several monasteries of Christian nuns, including that monastery of ‘Kildare’ Ireland ((53°09′28″N 6°54′41″W.), which was considered legendary and was highly revered. Her feast day is the 1st February, celebrated as St Brigid’s Day or Imbolc in Gaelic Ireland, one of the four quarter days of the pagan year, which marked the beginning of spring, lambing, and lactation in cattle. Saint Brigid is one of the few saints who stands on the boundary between pagan mythology, Druidism and Christian spirituality. Saint Brigid is the most famous female leader of the early Celtic Christian Church.< Less
Legendary By Michael Sheils
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Every saint has their story. This is Brigid’s. Legendary tells the story of the celtic princess, Brigid of Dundalk on her journey to achieve her lifelong dream. Brigid teams up with her cow,... More > Fenella, a poet, Dubhthach maccu Lugair and his horse, Adair. The four travel through fifth century Ireland and along the way encounter many strange and interesting people.< Less
Legendary By Michael Sheils
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Every saint has their story. This is Brigid’s. Legendary tells the story of the celtic princess, Brigid of Dundalk on her journey to achieve her lifelong dream. Brigid teams up with her cow,... More > Fenella, a poet, Dubhthach maccu Lugair and his horse, Adair. The four travel through fifth century Ireland and along the way encounter many strange and interesting people.< Less
Legendary By Michael Sheils
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Every saint has their story. This is Brigid’s. Legendary tells the story of the celtic princess, Brigid of Dundalk on her journey to achieve her lifelong dream. Brigid teams up with her cow,... More > Fenella, a poet, Dubhthach maccu Lugair and his horse, Adair. The four travel through fifth century Ireland and along the way encounter many strange and interesting people.< Less
Legendary By Michael Sheils
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Every saint has their story. This is Brigid’s. Legendary tells the story of the celtic princess, Brigid of Dundalk on her journey to achieve her lifelong dream. Brigid teams up with her cow,... More > Fenella, a poet, Dubhthach maccu Lugair and his horse, Adair. The four travel through fifth century Ireland and along the way encounter many strange and interesting people.< Less
Christus Regnat Volume 3 Number 2 By Catholic Heritage
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A Journal of Catholic heritage, piety, liturgy, history, biography, culture, and apostolate. Published by St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association. Content: Clarifications by the Pontifical... More > Commission Ecclesia Dei, 'Singed' A poem by Fr. David Jones, D.D., 'St. John the Baptist in the Gregorian Rite' By Mr. Des Hannon, 'Brigid and Her Veneration: Two Sequences' By Dr. Sara G. Casey, 'I came not to seek the just' By Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, 'Interview with Dom Samuel F. Weber', 'The Irish Liturgical Calendar – Part II (1918 – 1962)' By Ritualist, 'Saint Brigit and the Blessed Virgin MARY' By Dr. Dorothy Ann Bray, 'The Kildare Poems and the Friar who owned them' By Dr. Rhonda Knight, 'Reports on Masses for the Holy Year of Priests' By Various Members< Less
Christus Regnat Volume 3 Number 2 By Catholic Heritage
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A Journal of Catholic heritage, piety, liturgy, history, biography, culture, and apostolate. Published by St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association. Content: Clarifications by the Pontifical... More > Commission Ecclesia Dei, 'Singed' A poem by Fr. David Jones, D.D., 'St. John the Baptist in the Gregorian Rite' By Mr. Des Hannon, 'Brigid and Her Veneration: Two Sequences' By Dr. Sara G. Casey, 'I came not to seek the just' By Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, 'Interview with Dom Samuel F. Weber', 'The Irish Liturgical Calendar – Part II (1918 – 1962)' By Ritualist, 'Saint Brigit and the Blessed Virgin MARY' By Dr. Dorothy Ann Bray, 'The Kildare Poems and the Friar who owned them' By Dr. Rhonda Knight, 'Reports on Masses for the Holy Year of Priests' By Various Members< Less