Saint Brigid of Kildare,
also called ‘Saint Bridget of Ireland’ is one of three Irish Patron saints along with Columba and Saint Patrick.
This is a stainglass window at saint Brigid's Church at Killester.
There is no doubt that Brigid did exist as her existence was recorded in the Irish annals (history
records written by Irish monks).
Read here about Brigid's miracles,
and here about her feast day and
Make a Brigid's Cross!
(1) ó Cróinin, Dáibhí: Early
Medieval Ireland 400-1200.
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