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Brigid was probably born at Faughart near Dundalk, Louth, Ireland. Her parents were baptized by St. Patrick, with whom she developed a close friendship. According to legend, her father was Dubhthach, an Irish chieftain of Lienster, and her mother, Brocca, was a slave at his court. Even as a young girl she evinced an interest for a religious life and took the veil in her youth from St. Macaille at Croghan and probably was professed by St. Mel of ... Continue Reading

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  1. girl h
    4 years ago

    OMG SHE IS AWESOME

  2. person
    4 years ago

    she's going to be my confirmation saint!!!

  3. someone
    4 years ago

    i'm choosing her as my confirmation saint :)

  4. Danielle S.
    5 years ago

    OMG! She's Awesome !

  5. Amy
    5 years ago

    OMG i love st b. she is

  6. lit
    5 years ago

    i love her

  7. Ellie L
    5 years ago

    This is awesome! St Brigid is an inspiration. I am being confirmed at the end of the school holidays and all my friends are choosing saints like Mother Teresa and Mary Mackillop. St Brigid is really unique.

  8. ann bridge
    5 years ago

    I am being Confirmed on Sunday 31st May and I am very proud to be taking the name of St Brigid. I would love to travel to Irealand to visit her Grave and learn more about her. 25 5 09

  9. Molly <3
    5 years ago

    This is great! She was a true inspiration and she's Irish! I guess there are many reasons she is the name I'm choosing for Confirmation. I can't wait to learn more about here!

  10. alicia b
    5 years ago

    just what i need in helping me find a saint for conformation and that her feast day is on my birthday makes it even better

  11. bridget<3
    5 years ago

    thank you! finally a saint that's feast day is actually posted! i wish we could learn more though!

  12. JCLuvR
    6 years ago

    love this website. it gave me everything i needed to know!!

  13. adella sanderson
    6 years ago

    Love It!!!

  14. adella sanderson
    6 years ago

    This is a very nice website!!!

  15. azzir
    6 years ago

    nice!!!
    and dami q natutunan!!
    thankssssssss......

  16. KAD
    6 years ago

    God Bless and prayers for my husband and family.
    Thank you


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