St Brigid Holy sight! I knelt and scooped some holy water…I got dirty but I’ve got holy knees to prove it!
I circled her statue 5 times saying prayers as instructed. It took a good bit of time and by the 4th time round I was running low on prayers…
so know you are ALL covered by St Brigid
She is patroness of many things, including poetry, learning, healing, protection, blacksmithing, livestock and dairy production. The saint shares her name with a Celtic goddess. Brigid's feast day is 1 February!
Brigid is celebrated for her generosity to the poor. In her case, most of the miracles associated with her relate to healing and household tasks usually attributed to women.
Nell, will you bless my water when I’m home?