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     News: Brighid Crosses are available again!

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    We have received more of the Brighid Tri-Crosses, made especially for the Ord, straight from Ireland! If you are interested in purchasing them, they are $9 plus $1 in shipping.

    Purchase a Brighid Tri-Cross today!


    Posted by admin on Friday, March 16, 2012 @ 12:54:11 CDT(382 reads)
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     News: Bridgettine Nun Who Hid Jews from Nazis on Track for Sainthood

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    The Vatican has taken up the case for sainthood of a British nun who helped to hide scores of Jews from the Nazis during the Second World War.


    Posted by admin on Friday, January 20, 2012 @ 00:37:16 CST(1973 reads)
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     News: Brighid Resource Page is up!

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    Hope everyone has a blessed Imbolc!

    Many thanks to Blaze for her recent contribution to our website! She's compiled a Brigid Resource List, with a book list and websites to visit. Be sure to check it out! You can find it here.

    Posted by admin on Saturday, January 31, 2009 @ 17:43:36 CST(1692 reads)
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     News: WFU professor says Celtic Christianity is unique religion

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    As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, the legend will be retold of how the Christian missionary Patrick banished all the snakes from Ireland.  However, zoologists say there never were snakes in Ireland, and historians suggest that the snakes refer instead to the druids, who had their own non-Christian religion.  Over time the Christian church incorporated elements of the druids’ traditions into its own religious practices in Ireland.

    Posted by admin on Monday, March 03, 2008 @ 13:48:34 CST(15378 reads)
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     News: Ancient Royal Temple Discovered in Path of Ireland Highway

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    The discovery of a major prehistoric site where experts believe an open-air royal temple once stood has stalled construction of a controversial four-lane highway in Ireland.

     


    Posted by admin on Wednesday, May 16, 2007 @ 12:52:32 CDT(10343 reads)
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     News: Mumming centre opens in Ireland

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    Ireland's only mumming centre was officially launched this morning in a former national school close to the Fermanagh border.


    Posted by admin on Thursday, March 29, 2007 @ 12:14:14 CDT(9525 reads)
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     News: Druids mark the old ways

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    The Stonehenge that took 1000 years to build has long drawn pagans and druids to celebrate solstice rituals, but Stonehenge Aotearoa has just had its first ancient druid-led ceremony.

    As the sun set last night at the Kiwi-style Stonehenge, built on a hill east of Carterton, druids from across New Zealand - along with Britain's Chief Druid, Phillip Carr-Gomm - gathered to be part of the ancient ceremony of Alban Elfed, the autumn equinox.


    Posted by admin on Thursday, March 29, 2007 @ 12:10:22 CDT(9165 reads)
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