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St Bridget

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Happy Feast of St Brigid of Ireland. We love our Irish saints as we have a family history that links us back to the 'Isle of Erin.' So thi. Catholic Kids, Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Catholic Homeschooling, Catholic Books, Catholic Crafts, Wiccan Crafts, St Bridget, Happy Feast

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Happy Feast of St Brigid of Ireland. We love our Irish saints as we have a family history that links us back to the 'Isle of Erin.' So thi. Catholic Kids, Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Catholic Homeschooling, Catholic Books, Catholic Crafts, Wiccan Crafts, St Bridget, Happy Feast

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar marked the beginning of the lambing season and signaled the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is Feile Brighde, the 'quickening of the year'. Fire Festival, Festival Lights, Wiccan, Magick, Witchcraft, St Bridget, Beginning Of Spring, Hedge Witch, Groundhog Day

Imbolc / Candlemas

Imbolc/Candlemas February 1-2Imbolc, in the Celtic seasonal calendar marks the beginning of the lambing season and signals the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. It is Feile Brighde, the 'quickening of the year'. The original word Imbolg means 'in the belly'. All is pregnant and expectant - and only just visible if at all, like the gentle curve of a 'just-showing' pregnancy. It is the promise of renewal, of hidden potential, of earth awakening and life-force stirring…

Saint Brigid Cross Irish House Blessing Holy Post Card Set of 8 House Blessing, Irish Blessing, St Brigid Cross, Brigid's Cross, St Bridget, Celtic Goddess, Brighid Goddess, Irish Culture, Irish Celtic

PBP13: B = Brighid

I have always felt drawn to Ireland. To the Irish heritage ... and as a Pagan, I am drawn to the Celtic roots of it. So in my year of learning ........ this is some of the great knowledge I found. Brighid the goddess Taken from HERE .... there is also a page for Saint Brigid ... Brighid is arguably the most important goddess in British history yet most of what was known of her has been lost with the oral tradition that fostered her devotion. Written sources, such as “Sanas Chormaic”…

Happy Feast of St Brigid of Ireland. We love our Irish saints as we have a family history that links us back to the 'Isle of Erin.' So thi. Catholic Kids, Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Catholic Homeschooling, Catholic Books, Catholic Crafts, Wiccan Crafts, St Bridget, Happy Feast

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Cadhas do Bhrighde. A token of respect to Brigid. By Professor Alexander John Haddow Celtic Goddess, Celtic Mythology, Goddess Of The Hearth, Jesus In The Temple, St Brigid, Book Of Kells, Triple Goddess, Celtic Art, Celtic Designs

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

SAINT BRIGID OF KILDARE Today (February is the feast of Brigid of Kildare (also knows as Brigid of Ireland), foundress and abbess of the double monastery of monks and nuns at Kildare, the first women’s monastic community in Ireland. Patron Saints, Catholic Saints, Roman Catholic, St Bridget, Celtic Goddess, Religion Catolica, Irish Celtic, Prayer Cards, Religious Art

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Irish Saint Brigid was originally a Celtic Goddess, who was adapted by the Christian missionary monks in order to win over the pagan locals. Brigid was orginally goddess of the hearth and home, poetry, smithing, creativity and ushering in spring. Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Catholic Churches, Jesus In The Temple, St Bridget, Celtic Goddess, Spiritus, Irish Celtic, Groundhog Day

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Boudicca: The Celtic Queen Who Unleashed Fury on the Romans Boudicca’s name has been remembered through history as the courageous warrior queen who fought for freedom from oppression, for herself, and all the Celtic tribes of Britain. Brighid Goddess, Celtic Goddess, Celtic Mythology, Celtic Warriors, Female Warriors, St Brigid, Religion Catolica, Warrior Queen, Woman Warrior

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Art for St Brigid’s Day Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, St Bridget, Owl Wings, Spiritual Warrior, Winter Festival, Women Of Faith, Sabbats, Indian Gods

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Freyja, Valhalla - La Mythologie Nordique Plus Celtic Goddess, Celtic Mythology, Brighid Goddess, Goddess Art, Goddess Pagan, Goddess Warrior, Mother Goddess, Beltane, Pagan Festivals

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Brigid - the Irish triple Goddess of Healing, Smithcraft, and Inspiration Loki, Thor, Triple Goddess, Goddess Of Love, Imbolc Ritual, Vikings, St Bridget, Symbole Viking, Irish Mythology

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

 Brigid’s Day St Bridget, Celtic Patterns, Winter Festival, Wish, Homeschool, Pouch, How To Plan, Day, Projects

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Lorenzo Lotto : Freskenzyklus in the Oratori Suardi in Trescore, scene: Blessing by the Saint Brigid of Kildare (Cappella Suardi) ロレンツォ・ロット St Bridget, Web Gallery Of Art, Free Postcards, Image Database, Winter Festival, Virtual Museum, Women Of Faith, Romanesque, Romanticism

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…

Here is a free amigurumi Yoshi pattern I made.I was inspired to make this after making an amigurumi super mario for my brother. Sewing Projects, Projects To Try, Art Projects, Crochet Projects, Knitting Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Activity Days, Free Pattern, Homemade

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

February 1st or February 2nd ?? It’s hard to pin down exactly when we are supposed to celebrate this mid-winter festival which revolves around this fascinating woman. Who was she really &am…