The feast day Saint Bridget of Kildare, also called St
Brigid of Ireland, Patron Saint of Ireland, is February 1st, which
is traditionally the beginning of spring in Ireland.
Saint Brigid is associated with the making,
blessing and giving of Brigid's crosses as the one above.
Find out here about Saint Brigid's
life, and about her miracles.
Make a Brigid's Cross!
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