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Brigid, St. Bridget, and Kildare, Ireland

“Bridget” is the name that was bestowed upon me at birth. It’s not such an unusual name that people give you some quizzical look when you say it, but it’s rare enough that, in the course of my lifetime, I’ve only ever met a handful of other people who share it. 993 more words

Prayer to Saint Kevin

Saint Kevin, you were privileged to live in the Age of Saints,

O Father Kevin being baptised by one saint, taught by another and buried by a third. 24 more words


Saint Fanchea of Ross Oirthir, January 1

We begin the month of January with a female saint, Fanchea of Ross Oirthir, sister to Enda (Endeus) of Aran.

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To implore their protection in all our wants, but particularly for the existing necessities of the Irish Church.

Lord, have mercy.

Christ, have mercy.

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Celtic Missional Advent November 28: Fionnchu of Bangor

Advent November 28, Saint Fionnchu’s Day
Romans 13:12-14
The Greatest Battle is Against Ourselves

“The night is almost gone, and the day is near Therefore let us lay aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light. 558 more words


Sunday, 2 November 2014

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Omnium Sanctorum Hiberniae is dedicated to the saints of Ireland. The feast days of the saints are those recorded in the historic Irish calendars.

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