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  • I am a servant of God on www.prophecyfilm.com and wish to beg you, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to please link to this wonderful site which has free glorious Prophecies & Revelations of Jesus and Mary from Saint Bridget in many languages!

    Shrine of the Infant of Prauge, Wakefield Virginia

  • “Not in the case of the sisters of Saint Bridget,” said the abbot, “most of whom have been either sorely misused by time, or their comeliness destroyed by some mishap previously to their being received into the seclusion of the house.”

    Castle Dangerous

  • And the Lady answered, “Blessed be Saint Bridget and her morn, for these are the dark eyes and the falcon look of my slain lord; and thine shall be the inheritance of his widow.”

    A Legend of Montrose

  • The first feast in the month of February is that of Saint Bridget, who is also known as Mary of the Gael.

    Celebration Breads

  • The first feast in the month of February is that of Saint Bridget, who is also known as Mary of the Gael.

    Celebration Breads

  • The first feast in the month of February is that of Saint Bridget, who is also known as Mary of the Gael.

    Celebration Breads

  • The custom was to gather a bundle of green rushes, and standing with them in the hand on the threshold of the door, to invite the holy Saint Bridget to come and lodge with them that night.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • The custom was to gather a bundle of green rushes, and standing with them in the hand on the threshold of the door, to invite the holy Saint Bridget to come and lodge with them that night.

    Chapter 10. Relics of Tree Worship in Modern Europe

  • The custom was to gather a bundle of green rushes, and standing with them in the hand on the threshold of the door, to invite the holy Saint Bridget to come and lodge with them that night.

    The Golden Bough

  • I put aside also Saint Bridget of Sweden, for in her conversations with heaven she seems aided by a God morose and tired, who reveals to her nothing unexpected, nothing new.

    En Route

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