The first feast in February is that of Saint Bridget, known lovingly in her own land as “Mary of the Gael.” According to the scholars the name is rightly Brigit, but the common spelling is Bridget, and hers is the … Read the rest
Service of Light
We light the Evening Candle and say or sing:
Light and Peace in Jesus Christ our Lord!
~Thanks be to God!
Stay with us Lord for it is evening,
~And the … Read the rest
St. Brigid–(aka Bridget, Bridgid, and Bride), named after the ancient Druid Goddess of Fertility, was always giving food to anyone who was hungry. This recipe for Brigid’s Honey Oat Wheat Bread makes a dense and delicious loaf–especially good when sliced … Read the rest
January 31st is the Feast of John Bosco, (1815-1881)
Patron of Educators, Young People and the Poor
Invitation to Worship
Come, let us sing to Adonai, let us praise the God of all Creation!