Definitions

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  • noun Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)

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Examples

  • In three hours: There are plenty of museums and galleries to visit in the old town but for something different head for the Convent of St. Bridget, founded in 1407 and now often used as a venue for concerts and theatrical performances.

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  • Speaking of a revelation to St. Bridget, he says, “God was pleased to make known to us that the humility of His Blessed Mother was such that she was humility itself.”

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  • Three years later, St. Bridget traveled to Rome, to obtain official recognition for the Brigittines and to find a wider sphere for her religious activity.

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  • Three years later, St. Bridget traveled to Rome, to obtain official recognition for the Brigittines and to find a wider sphere for her religious activity.

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  • In 1372, she and her brother, Birger, accompanied St. Bridget on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

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  • Speaking of a revelation to St. Bridget, he says, “God was pleased to make known to us that the humility of His Blessed Mother was such that she was humility itself.”

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  • In 1372, she and her brother, Birger, accompanied St. Bridget on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

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  • The venerable guardian of St. Bridget probably expected the interference of her patroness — she of Holyrood might, perhaps, hope that David

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  • Or if you do, he'll be munching a carrot, mumbling that everything's all right because St. Bridget has her feast day.

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  • Or if you do, he'll be munching a carrot, mumbling that everything's all right because St. Bridget has her feast day.

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