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St. Bridget arrived in Ireland a few years after St. Patrick. Her father was an Irish lord named Duptace. As Bridget grew up, she became holier and more pious each day. She loved the poor and would often bring food and clothing to them. One day she gave away a whole pail of milk, and then began to worry about what her mother would say. She prayed to the Lord to make up for what she had given away. When she got home, her pail was full! ... Continue Reading

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  1. Kelly
    3 years ago

    That info was very helpful. I love Saint Bridget! she sounds like an awesome girl and i would love to follow in her footsteps. If you need to know about this saint the info. is right here. now i know everything i need to know about
    saint Bridget. Thanks for reading my comment. Thanks mom for telling me to research saint Bridget now she has taught me brains over beauty definitly.

  2. kewe
    3 years ago

    she is my newconformation saint!!!!

  3. Magana
    3 years ago

    I love the name bridget :)

  4. Carlie
    3 years ago

    I love Saint Brigid! She's my absolute role model! I even went to her school in Ottawa, ON! Anyways I chose her as my confirmation name so I feel totally like close to her now!!!! OMG got a text from JUSTIN BEIBER!! OMG he's soooo cute! He wants to hook up with me!!! What do I say, YES? OMG I just answered TTYL MA PEEPS!!!

  5. Amy
    3 years ago

    I think it was great.Thankyou for this emformation. I needed it for my art project.So thankyou thankyou very much.

  6. Emilie
    3 years ago

    you need to put the birth, death and feast day!!!! Does she even have a prayer??Try to put more info!!!!!!:(

  7. kristie
    3 years ago

    when did saint bridget die this does not say nothing about her death day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. katie
    3 years ago

    st. bridget sounds like a very nice saint

  9. Meghan
    3 years ago

    Thanks a lot the info. she's my birthday saint and i was doing a report on her...
    by the way for anyone who wants more info on her:
    feast day- February 1
    websites-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brigid_of_Kildare and http://www.catholic-saints.info/patron-saints/saint-bridget.htm


    HAVE FUN!!!!!

  10. ava
    4 years ago

    i got asinged st.bridget for saints day at my school.i want to find more info abnout her though.

  11. Pedro Aguirre Jr
    4 years ago

    As an Born,Baptised Cathloic, son of man, yet to be confirmed. ( currently 48 yrs o), Wheres the rest of the story ? Wasn't She A Profit? She saw comming events. Disclose all! this info was not for the Catholic Church only! It is for the whole World! Make Me Proud To Be Catholic Again!! Thank you Lord! Pedro

  12. bridgette
    4 years ago

    i am choosing to do Saint Bridget for a project since my name is Bridgette. Her feast day is February 1st, the same day as my birthday. I think this is cool because my parents didnt know that was her feast day when they named me on the day i was born

  13. ary <3
    4 years ago

    thank you it was so help full, Bridget id my middle name i reay liked =D

  14. alex
    4 years ago

    as a girl who goes to a privit school we have to have a confirmation name so i picked her beacuse she was inspireing

  15. Kate
    4 years ago

    I have chosen St. Bridget for my conformation. I would like to thank-you for all the info you have given me.

  16. Kylie
    4 years ago

    I picked Bridget for my confirmation name but i need to write a 500 word essay on her can anyone help me

  17. Claire
    4 years ago

    This helped me on my project!!!!

  18. gabe
    4 years ago

    this has no feast day or birthday :)

  19. Gabby
    4 years ago

    i chose Bridget as my confirmation name, she is awesome

  20. Tali
    4 years ago

    i have chosen st Bridget for my confirmation name


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