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St Brigid

St. Brigid’’s Cathedral The Gaelic word for Kildare is Cill Dara, which means the Cell or Church of the Oak. St. Brigid built her Abbey in Kildare around 480AD, on a Hill beside a great oak tree.

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from Feast!

St. Brigid of Ireland

February 1st celebrates the Feast of St. Brigid (c. 451-525), a nun, abbess, and friend of St. Patrick's in early Christian Ireland. St. Brigid founded the monastery of Kildare where the Boo...

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Brigid of Kildare by Heather Terrell Rich in historical detail, Heather Terrell’s mesmerizing novel Brigid of Kildare is the story of the revolutionary Saint Brigid and the discovery of the oldest illuminated manuscript in the annals of the Church, a manuscript that contains an astonishing secret history.

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from Walker Metalsmiths Celtic Jewelry

Sterling Silver St Brigid Open Cross Pendant

Celtic St. Brigid's cross - variation on Brigid's cross I'm familiar with but I like this one too.

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Ireland. Mostly for the folklore and mythology. (This is St. Brigid's Well in Kildaire, Ireland.)

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St. Brigid's Well - It is located close to the Black Abbey near the site of the millrace, which was used by St. Brigid. This well is a site for religious devotion particularly on St. Brigid’s annual feast day of February 1st.

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from Etsy

St. Brigid wooden doll

St. Brigid wooden doll by catholicfolktoys on Etsy

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from Handwork Homeschool

Imbolc – Brighit – Candlemas – St. Brigid’s Day

Bridgid - A Deusa Caçadora e Sacerdotisa é uma deusa celta muito popular na Irlanda. Brígida era representada por três mulheres, Brígida, a poetisa, Brígida, a médica, e Brígida, a ferreira, sendo conhecida com a deusa da Tríplice Chama, pois o fogo alimenta as forjas, esquenta os experimentos dos alquimistas, e incendeia a mente dos poetas. Brígida era filha do deus supremo Dagda, e um dos Tuatha Dé Danann. Ela era esposa de Bres, rei dos Tuatha Dé Danann, com quem teve um filho, Ruadán.

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