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Published: 2012-12-29T00:00:00+00:00

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Early Christian Ireland (Epochs of Irish History) by Hull Eleanor

CHAPTER XV

ST. BRIGIT, “THE MARY OF THE GAEL,” DIED 525.

Authorities: Lives of the Saints from the Book of Lismore edited by Dr. Whitley Stokes; Alex. Carmichael’s “Carmina Gadelica.”

 

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Author:Hull, Eleanor [Hull, Eleanor]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: AlbaCraft Publishing

Published: 2012-12-29T00:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER XV

ST. BRIGIT, “THE MARY OF THE GAEL,” DIED 525.

Authorities: Lives of the Saints from the Book of Lismore edited by Dr. Whitley Stokes; Alex. Carmichael’s “Carmina Gadelica.”

THERE WAS great honour given to women in the early Celtic Church. We find more than one case in which a woman was Abbess of a large and important monastery in which not only nuns, but monks, dwelled and worked together. The first of these was St. Brigit, or Breed, who founded the monastery of Kildare, and who on account of her humility and gentleness was called the “Mary of the Gael.” Brigit was the child of a poor slave-girl, who was sold from one master to another, and who was serving in the house of a heathen wizard or druid of Connaught when her child was born. Her father lived in Leinster. She grew up a very gentle maiden not quite like other children, for she could not eat the food that the wizard gave her, but fed on milk alone. She lived much out of doors, and loved to tend the sheep on the hillsides. She loved the birds, and fed them every day, and whenever she saw a poor child, she would give it food and milk. Even the hungry dogs would come to her to be fed. She was very helpful to her poor slave-mother and aided her in all her work, not unwillingly, but with gladness and readiness. Her mother lived in a mountain dairy, with twelve cows in her charge; it was her work to milk them and churn the butter for her master. Once she fell ill, and could churn no more, but Brigit went about doing all that she had seen her mother do, and setting the dairy to rights. But ever, as she worked, she thought of the poor who had no share, and when the churning was done, she divided most of the butter into twelve portions, in honour of the Lord’s twelve apostles. But a thirteenth portion she made larger than the rest, for she said, “This is Christ’s portion, and is to be given to His poor,” for she used to say when a faithful poor man asked for milk or food “It is Christ who has come.” The boy who looked after the cattle saw that she gave to the poor. “Why do you not store up the butter, as every other dairy-maid does?” he asked. “It is hard for me,” said Brigit, “to take His own food from Christ.” Then the boy went and complained to the wizard and his wife, that their butter was being given away. They took a great hamper with them, empty, to be filled with butter, and went to the dairy. Brigit made them welcome, and washed their feet and gave them food. The wife said to Brigit, “We are come to see how everything has prospered with thee. How much butter hast thou?” Brigit went into her kitchen to fetch the butter, and

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