@brigidofireland No one should ever say that it was my ignorance if I did or showed forth anything however small according to God’s good pleasure; but let this be your conclusion and let it so be thought, that – as is the perfect truth – it was the gift of God.
TinySaints.com: St. Brigid of Ireland
Tiny Saints charm of St. Brigid of Ireland: Brigid lived in the 5th century and from her youngest years showed an interest in religious life. She was inspired by St. Patrick, who had baptized her …
O Holy Saint of the open sky, the light of Christ’s teachings gave you strength and perseverance to resist the adverse elements and your example now gives me inner strength to manage my weakness. Most supreme of the hermits, who like trees adorned with leaves afford comforting shade, you give me shelter and refresh me. As you stood firm as a…[Read more]
Maronite History Project
We have absolutely no idea about where exactly Saint Maron was born and raised. The dates of his birth and death are not yet determined with a great degree of certainty. About his life, Telamon…
Wikipedia | Maron
Maroun (also Maron or Maro; Syriac: ܡܪܝ ܡܪܘܢ, Mor(y) Morōn; Arabic: مار مارون) was a 4th-century Syriac Christian monk whose followers, after his death, founded a religious Christian movement that…
This Maronite Music website is provided by the Maronite Inter-Eparchial Music Commission as an official resource for the Maronite Catholic Church. The Maronite Inter-Eparchial Music Commission was …
CatholicOnline: St. Brigid of Ireland
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 Dubhthac…
Today with the Saints: Saint Brigid of Ireland
History Brigid became a religious sister when she was still quite young. She was so close to God, many of the things she prayed for came true. For example, she once went to a king to ask for land t…
“To Maroun, the Monk Priest: We are bound to you by love and interior disposition, and see you here before us as if you were actually present. For such are the eyes of love; their vision is neither interrupted by distance nor dimmed by time. We wished to write more frequently to your reverence, but since this is not easy on account of the dif…[Read more]
Saint Maroun, born in the middle of the 4th century was a priest who later became a hermit, retiring to a mountain of Taurus near Antioch. His holiness and miracles attracted many followers, and drew attention
I would like the angels of Heaven to be among us.
I would like an abundance of peace.
I would like full vessels of charity.
I would like rich treasures of mercy.
I would like cheerfulness to preside over all.
I would like Jesus to be present.
I would like the three Marys of illustrious renown to be with us.
I would like the friends of Heaven to be…[Read more]
Between St. Patrick and Brigid, the pillars of the Irish people, there was so great a friendship of charity that they had but one heart and one mind. Through him and through her Christ performed many great works. (the Book of Armagh)